10 Best Human Rights Law schools in Nigeria

Below is the list of best universities in Nigeria ranked based on their research performance in Human Rights Law. A graph of 2.59K citations received by 470 academic papers made by 10 universities in Nigeria was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

1. University of Ibadan

For Human Rights Law

#20 in Africa
#489 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1948

2. University of Lagos

For Human Rights Law

#21 in Africa
#505 in the World
Acceptance Rate
15%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
1962

3. University of Nigeria

For Human Rights Law

#23 in Africa
#527 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1960

4. University of Benin

For Human Rights Law

#25 in Africa
#563 in the World
Acceptance Rate
95%
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1970

5. Babcock University

For Human Rights Law

#28 in Africa
#635 in the World
Acceptance Rate
15%
Enrollment
5,500
Founded
1999

6. University of Ilorin

For Human Rights Law

#29 in Africa
#678 in the World
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1975

7. Rivers State University

For Human Rights Law

#31 in Africa
#721 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1980

8. University of Calabar

For Human Rights Law

#33 in Africa
#759 in the World
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1975

9. Nnamdi Azikiwe University

For Human Rights Law

#35 in Africa
#763 in the World
Acceptance Rate
15%
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1991

10. Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti

For Human Rights Law

#37 in Africa
#778 in the World
Acceptance Rate
15%
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1982

The best cities to study Human Rights Law in Nigeria based on the number of universities and their ranks are Ibadan, Lagos, Nsukka, and Benin.