10. University of Pretoria-South Africa
The institution was founded in 1908 and is located on the outskirts of the city of Pretoria. It is a local non-profit organization of higher education. A total of 45,000 students are accepted annually. Since 1997, universities have produced more research results each year.
The university was founded in 1908 in the metropolitan area of Giza. It is also a non-profit public institution. It is the largest university in Giza and has about 45,000 students. This university offers quality education.
This non-profit public institution was founded in 1970. Kisumu, Upper Cabete, Lower Cabete, Kikuyu, Chiromo, and Parklands are some of the university campuses. We offer a variety of programs that cover a wide range of topics.
7. University of Johannesburg-South Africa
The university was founded 16 years ago in the Johannesburg metropolitan area of Gauteng. The campuses of Land Africans University, Technicon Witwatersrand, Vista University Soweto, and Eastland have been merged into a university. We provide opportunities for collaboration.
6. Northwest University-South Africa
Established in 2004 as a non-profit organization. With approximately 64,081 students, the university has become one of the largest universities in South Africa after the merger. We offer excellent courses and degrees recognized by the Department of Higher Education.
5. Cairo American University-Egypt
The university was founded in 1919 as a private non-profit organization. The number of students is about 6,000. Students have undergraduate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. Short courses, diplomas, and diplomas can be used as undergraduate degrees.
4. KwaZulu Natal University-South Africa
It is a modern non-profit public university founded in 2004. The University of Natal and the University of Durban Westville merged to form the university. The university has about 45,000 students. They offer bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.
3. Stellenbosch University-South Africa
A historic university in the small town of Stellenbosch, Western Cape, was founded in 1918. It is also a non-profit public university that offers higher education. They have a total enrollment of over 29,000 students.
2. University of the Witwatersrand-South Africa
With about 40,000 students, it is the largest educational institution in Japan. Witt scholars regularly publish top research in the natural sciences, health and medicine, social sciences, humanities, and engineering.
1. University of Cape Town-South Africa
A public institution for higher education, founded in 1874. It is the fourth oldest university in Africa. In the QS Global World Rankings, UCT is the first in Africa and is ranked 200th overall.
Its purpose is to provide students with specialists in a variety of academic tasks such as essays, summaries, dissertations, and research reports. They have many international students.
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