Best University in South Africa to study Technology and Engineering
The latest QS World University Rankings reveal that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is the best university in the world to study engineering and technology.
In Africa, Cairo University came out tops for tech and engineering, followed by the University of Cape Town. The institutions ranked in position 224 and 320 respectively.
MIT also took the first spot in the overall world rankings, beating Harvard University and the University of Cambridge.
South Africa’s Stellenbosch University ranked 302 overall, while the University of Cape Town ranked 171 overall.
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The QS rankings rate 891 universities according to six performance indicators: academic reputation, employer reputation, staff-student ratio, research citations per paper, international faculty ratio, and international student ratio.
The table below shows which universities ranked highest when it came to the faculty of engineering and technology.
Top Universities – Technology and Engineering
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)||96.6|
|University of Cambridge||94.1|
|National University of Singapore (NUS)||92.5|
|ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology||92.3|
|Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)||92|
|Imperial College London||91|
|University of California, Berkeley (UCB)||90.7|
|University of Oxford||90.1|
|University of Cape Town||61.8|
About University of Cape Town
The University of Cape Town (UCT) is South Africa’s oldest university and leading institution of learning in cape town in the western cape province of South Africa. UTC in 1829 officially kicked off for its first academic session and then developed into a fully fledged university between 1880 and 1900.
Tourists to cape town traveling along the M3 road cannot but notice the enviable sight of the ivy-clad walls of the University of Cape Town (UCT) on the hills as they travel through to the south peninsula.
According to the QS world university rankings, UCT is the highest-ranked African university. It achieved a rank of 156 in the 2011 QS world university rankings, making it the only African university in the top 200.
The university also prides itself on having about 60 research units and 35 A-rated researchers, a rating awarded by the national research foundation in recognition of them being leading international scholars in their fields.
- UCT offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes across its six faculties: Commerce, Engineering and built environment, Law, Health Sciences, Humanities and science, Extramural studies.
- The University of Cape town offers a range of courses in their undergraduate and post-graduate schools including a center for extramural studies which offers opportunities for on-going adult learning to the public.
- A range of undergraduate diplomas and certificate and postgraduate diplomas are also available.
About Stellenbosch University
Stellenbosch University (SU) is a public research higher institution situated in Stellenbosch, a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa. Stellenbosch is claimed to be the oldest university in South Africa and the oldest extant university in Sub-Saharan Africa alongside the University of Cape Town.
Stellenbosch University is an internationally recognized institution, renowned for its high teaching standards and level of research. Founded in 1919, the university located 50 miles from Cape Town in South Africa’s Western Cape province.
Stellenbosch University is ranked the third African University according to the QS World University Rankings. The university is a public university in the Western Cape Town. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranked the Stellenbosch University third in Africa.
SU is currently ranked among the top 200 worldwide academic institutions in law, politics, and geography. In development studies, theology, agriculture, and forestry, the university are ranked among the top 100 worldwide.
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