University of Ghana has been ranked within the 151 – 200 band on the Times Higher Education (THE) Golden Age University Ranking 2019.
This year’s Golden Age table reflects what THE describes as the Golden Age in global higher education, characterized by rapid university expansion and increasing investment in research, features 271 universities, up from 200 last year.
The Golden Age ranking uses the same methodology as the THE World University Rankings to cast a spotlight on the best universities established for more than 50 years, but less than 80 years.
Times Higher Education has since 2004 provided trusted performance data on universities for students and their families, university academics, university leaders, governments and industry with universities measured across their teaching, research, citations, industry income and international outlook.
The scores for adjudging University of Ghana were: teaching, 14.5%; Research, 13.5%; Citations, 23.8%; Industry Income, 42.2% and International Outlook, 48.8%.