Best Universities for Special Education in Africa

Below is the list of best universities in Africa ranked based on their research performance in Special Education. A graph of 29K citations received by 2.76K academic papers made by 15 universities in Africa 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.

For Special Education

#1 in Africa
#161 in the World
Enrollment
22,500
Founded
1874

For Special Education

#2 in Africa
#218 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Enrollment
37,500
Founded
1922

For Special Education

#3 in Africa
#226 in the World
Acceptance Rate
15%
Enrollment
56,483
Male:Female
42:58
Founded
1908

For Special Education

#4 in Africa
#245 in the World
Enrollment
27,500
Founded
1918

For Special Education

#5 in Africa
#247 in the World
Enrollment
420,000
Male:Female
36:64
Founded
1873

For Special Education

#6 in Africa
#303 in the World
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
2004

For Special Education

#7 in Africa
#334 in the World
Acceptance Rate
93%
Enrollment
45,000
Founded
2004

For Special Education

#8 in Africa
#1 in Ghana
#347 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Enrollment
12,500
Founded
1992

For Special Education

#9 in Africa
#410 in the World
Acceptance Rate
77%
Enrollment
49,910
Founded
2005

For Special Education

#10 in Africa
#1 in Mozambique
#435 in the World
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1985

For Special Education

#11 in Africa
#498 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
1959

For Special Education

#12 in Africa
#1 in Nigeria
#510 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Enrollment
32,500
Founded
1948

For Special Education

#13 in Africa
#1 in Botswana
#552 in the World
Enrollment
17,500
Founded
1964

For Special Education

#14 in Africa
#571 in the World
Enrollment
37,000
Founded
1904

For Special Education

#15 in Africa
#2 in Nigeria
#600 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Enrollment
42,500
Founded
1960