University of Port Harcourt
University of PMB 5323 Choba,, E - W Rd, Port Harcourt, Nigeria/ 2347.063.292.311/ www.uniport.edu.ng
The University of Port Harcourt is a university in the Nigerian city of Port Harcourt. It was established in 1975 as University College, Port Harcourt, and was given university status in 1977.
South Valley University
Qena - Nqada, Qena, Qena Governorate 83523, Egypt/ 2096.521.1276/ www.svu.edu.eg
South Valley University (SVU), covers a large area in Upper Egypt and distributed in three Governorates (Qena, Luxor, and the Red Sea). SVU main campus is located in Qena, a city which is 600 km south Cairo. Other campuses are in Luxor and Hurghada (The Red Sea). The University includes a total of (18) Faculties and one Institute. SVU is committed to provide a big role of community service in the region of Upper Egypt. SVU is a vibrant, nationally recognized student-centered, research institution with an enrolment of 33298 in the Academic Year 2014/2015. The University attracts students from every governorate of Egypt and some other countries. Its more than 1466 academic staff have been trained at the best international foundations, and they brought to the University a global perspective that enhances the educational environment.
Université de Sfax
Université de Route de l'Aéroport Km 0.5 BP 1169 .3029 Sfax, Sfax, Tunisia/ 2167.4242.951/ www.uss.rnu.tn
The University of Sfax is a university located in Sfax, Tunisia. It was founded in 1986 and is organized in 8 Faculties. The University of Sfax is a university based in Sfax (Tunisia). It was founded in 1986 under the name University of the South and then covers all academic institutions in the South. It is divided into three universities, including the current University of Sfax, with the creation of the University of Gabes in 2003 and the University of Gafsa in 2004. The University of Sfax had 43,473 in 2008-2009. The students were distributed between 21 higher education institutions, five research faculties, three colleges, twelve institutes, and a research center.
Université de la Manouba
Campus Universitaire de La, Manouba 2010, Tunisia/ 2167.1601.499/ www.uma.rnu.tn
Manouba University is a public university in Manouba, Tunisia. The school has recently garnered attention for escalating tensions between its secular traditions and a base of ultraconservative Salafist students, in the wake of the political upheaval of the Tunisian Revolution. The UMA is a place of promotion and encouragement for the development of student activities at the periphery of their studies. Beyond being a place of formation, the University is a place of life where meet multiple themes. Thus health, cultural life and participation in student associations are all issues for the University and structure the missions of clubs and sports and cultural associations.
Université de Monastir
Avenue Taher Hadded B.P 56 Monastir 5000 Tunisie / 2167.3462.853/ www.um.rnu.tn
The University of Monastir is a university located in Monastir, Tunisia. It was founded in 2004 and is organized in 6 Faculties. Just recently, the noble decision of this creation, the University of Monastir includes 16 universities located between the governorates of Monastir and Mahdia , some of which are well-rooted and which contributed generously to the innovation of modern Tunisia. The University of Monastir is certainly a valuable In order to prevail the knowledge society.
3 Rue Hammadi Eljaziri، Tunis 1002, Tunisia/ 2167.1796.679/ www.universitecentrale.net
The Central University Group consists of four higher education institutions and two vocational training institutions, all of which are accredited by their line ministries. The main commitment of the group's institutions is to train highly skilled, autonomous, versatile, creative and performing executives on the international scene. Thus, through the assimilation of scientific progress and the mastery of new technologies, they can participate in the continuous improvement of the competitiveness of companies which is a major requirement in the current context of globalization. Academic studies lead to nationally and internationally recognized degrees. The LMD courses are sanctioned, initially by basic licensing diplomas and applied licenses. Students who wish to do so can then enroll in the masters offered in the group's schools: professional masters and research masters. The engineering cycle occupies a prominent place in the group, as well as preparatory courses for engineering studies.
Université Hassan II de Casablanca
Casablanca 20000, Morocco/ 2125.2243.3053/ www.univh2c.ma
At its founding in 1975, the University includes the Faculty of Juridical, Economic and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy. As of the academic year 1981, the University has new institutions with the creation of the Faculties of Sciences, the Faculty of Dental Medicine and the Faculty of Humanities and Sciences. In 1986, the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Electricité et de Mechanique and the Ecole Supérieure de Technologie opened their doors, and in 2009 the Ecole Normale Supérieure joined the Hassan II Casablanca University to bring the number of university.
Université Moulay Ismail
The Moulay Ismail University of Meknes was created in October 1989 by a Royal Dahir. The UMI is a Moroccan public institution of higher education and scientific research. It is fully accredited and recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education of Scientific Research and Training of Executives. With its 9 institutions, the UMI offers a wide range of education in different disciplines.
Libya - Sabha/ 4222.263.071/ www.sebhau.edu.ly
It was the beginning of the University of Sabha in 1976 when it established the College of Education as a branch of the University of Tripoli and the nucleus of the University of Sabha later. The University has established an independent Sabha as a university in 1983, where initially included in the faculties of education and science, and caused by human medicine, agriculture, engineering sciences, technology and economics and accounting colleges until the number of university faculties reached fifteen.
Misrata, Libya/ 00218.512.627.201/ misuratau.edu.ly
Misurata University (also known as MU) is a public research university in Misurata, Libya. It was founded in 1984. Misurata University is a Libyan university that contributes in growth development and progress promotion through the education of qualified personnel in various scientific fields. In addition to nurturing students’ creativity and sense of exploration, devising plans for human development programs, sustaining a proper atmosphere for a proper educational process and being a consultatory centre in diverse fields of knowledge. Misurata University alumni network exceeds 60,000. Misurata University is ranked as one of the top three universities in Libya.
University of Benghazi
Benghazi, Libya/ 2189.2238.1756/ uob.edu.ly
Benghazi University was founded in the fifteenth of the month of December 1955 on behalf of the Libyan University and was the Faculty of Arts and Education , the first nucleus of this prestigious university, which then included 31 students and 6 faculty members and was the former location inside the city. A total area of about 530 hectares. In 1973 , the university moved to its current campus in the suburb of Garyounes and in 1976 changed its name to the University of Garyounis in 2011 at the University Council 's decision following the February 17 revolution based regained the university called authentic "Benghazi" in a new start towards the horizons of prosperity and progress.
University of Tripoli
Tripoli, Libya/ 2182.1462.7901/ uot.edu.ly
The University of Tripoli (UOT) is the largest university in Libya and is located in the capital Tripoli. It was founded in 1957 as a branch of University of Libya before it was divided in 1973 to become what is now known as the University of Tripoli. In 2012, the University regained its original name and the establishment of new faculties has reached to twenty faculties up to date.
Ole Sangale Rd, Nairobi, Kenya/ 2547.0303.4000/ www.strathmore.edu
Strathmore University is a Chartered University located in Nairobi, Kenya. It was the first multiracial and multi religious educational institution in English speaking Eastern Africa and more recently the first institute of higher learning to be ISO certified in East and Central Africa in 2004. Strathmore seeks to become a leading outcome-driven entrepreneurial research university by translating our excellence into a major contribution to culture, economic well-being and quality of life. Strathmore aims at providing all round quality education in an atmosphere of freedom and responsibility excellence in teaching, research and scholarship, ethical and social development and service to the society.
Institut National Supérieur des Arts et de l'Action Culturelle
Boulevard de l'Université, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire/ 225.224.420/ www.insaac-ci.com
The National Institute of Arts and Cultural Action ( INSAAC ), formerly known as the National Institute of Arts , is an Ivorian educational structure , located in the commune of Cocody , in Abidjan . This public academic institution is intended for the training of artists and operators in the arts and culture sector in general. Since its reorganization in 1991, INSAAC has brought together four schools, including a music conservatory: the National School of Music, the National School of Fine Arts, the National School of Theater and Dance, and the Training School To cultural action.
University of Education, Winneba
Winneba, Ghana/ 2333.3232.2361/ www.uew.edu.gh
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) was established in September, 1992. The University College of Education of Winneba brought together seven diploma awarding colleges located in different towns under one umbrella institution. These Colleges were the Advanced Teacher Training College, the Specialist Training College and the National Academy of Music, all at Winneba; the School of Ghana Languages, Ajumako; the College of Special Education, Akwapim-Mampong; the Advanced Technical Training College, Kumasi; and the St. Andrews Agricultural Training College, Mampong-Ashanti. The three sites in Winneba now referred to as the Winneba campus is the seat of the Vice-Chancellor with satellite campuses at Kumasi, Mampong and Ajumako.
Ashesi University College
Todd and Ruth Warren Library, 1 University Ave, Berekuso, Eastern Region. Ghana, Ghana/ 2333.0261.0330/ www.ashesi.edu.gh
Over more than a decade, Ashesi has established a reputation as a leader in undergraduate education in Africa, with an educational experience that fosters ethical leadership, an entrepreneurial mindset and the ability to solve complex problems. These qualities are what set Ashesi students and alumni apart. Across various industries today, Ashesi graduates are highly sought, and over 90% have stayed to work for progress in Africa. At the heart of the Ashesi experience is our liberal arts and sciences curriculum, and our campus culture. Ashesi students come from 18 African countries to learn, live and innovate together; half are on scholarships, and 48% are women. On campus, these students join with faculty and Ashesi leadership to engage in discussion, civic action and connection with each other—under a shared mission to transform the African continent.
University of Cape Coast
Cape Coast, Ghana/ 2333.3213.2440/ www.ucc.edu.gh
The Coat of Arms of the University of Cape Coast consist of a shield, upon which is emblazoned in Red, an Adinkra symbol signifying God's ominipotence. This symbol is superimposed in the lower half of the Shield on a background of Wavy Blue and White Lines signifying the Sea, and in the upper half, a Golden Eagle with outstretched Wings, signifying Strength, Determination and Excellence. The University started with two departments, namely: Arts and Science. These departments developed into faculties in 1963. In order to achieve the set objectives, in 1964, the University created two more Faculties, namely: Education and Economics & Social Studies [now Faculty of Social Sciences]. The fifth faculty [School of Agriculture] was established in 1975. The Faculty of Science was split into the Schools of Physical and Biological Sciences during the 2002/2003 academic year while the Department of Business Studies was also elevated to the School of Business with effect from the 2003/2004 academic year.
Jimma 378, Ethiopia/ 2514.7111.1458/ www.ju.edu.et
Jimma University aspires to be the leading public premier in the country, renown in Africa and recognized in the world. The University trains higher caliber professionals at undergraduate and post-graduate levels through its cherished and innovative Community Based Education (CBE). Jimma University is one of the largest and comprehensive public research universities in the nation. It enjoys highest public reputation because of its innovative educational philosophy and successive competitive gains among the national higher learning intuitions excelling in education, research, community services and institutional transformation. Similarly, members of its faculty have received the highest recognition in their fields and have played role in the national development endeavors.
Mek'ele, Ethiopia/ 2519.0233.5495/ www.mu.edu.et
Mekelle University was established in May 2000 by the Government of Ethiopia (Council of Ministers, Regulations No. 61/1999 of Article 3) as an autonomous higher education institution having its own legal personality. The merger of the two former colleges created the University: Mekelle Business College and Mekelle University College. The two colleges have their own historical developments and relocations. At present, Mekelle University is one of the 31 secular public Universities in Ethiopia. In Mekelle University, there are seven colleges, nine institutes and 56 departments with many programs under them.The student intake capacity of Mekelle University has grown so large that currently there are more than 33,000 students studying at MU (10% of the population of Mekelle City).
Haramaya University, P.O. Box 138, Dire Dawa, Ethiopia/ 2519.2592.0594/ www.haramaya.edu.et
Haramaya University strives to be one of the leading African Universities with international reputation by 2025. The Mission of Haramaya University is to produce competent graduates in diverse fields of study, undertake rigorous, problem solving and cutting edge researches,disseminate knowledge and technologies, and provide demand-driven and transformative community services. The goal of Haramaya University is to evolve as an autonomous and independent (academic and research institution) graduate and research university with a competitive national and international quality and relevance standards in its academic, research and community services endeavours.
Adama Science and Technology University
Adama, Ethiopia/ 2512.2111.0400/ www.astu.edu.et
The mission of ASTU is to produce ethical and competent graduates with knowledge and skills in applied Science and Technology; through the provision of quality education, conducting demand driven research and entrepreneurial training to support the industrial and socio-economic development of the nation. ASTU is also committed to provide quality services to the community and positioned to attract scholars and industrialists nationally and internationally. The vision of ASTU is to be the first choice as one of the recognized premier center of excellence in applied Science and Technology in East Africa by 2020.
Université de Dschang
Dschang, Cameroon/ 2376.9702.8116/ www.univ-dschang.org
The University of Dschang now has seven institutions in three of the eight departments of the Western Region. The Dschang campus in the In Ménoua hosts five faculties with their departments and / or training cycles.
Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediène
BP 32 El Alia 16111, Bab Ezzouar 16111, Algeria/ 2132.1247.950/ www.usthb.dz
Designed by the Brazilian architect, Mr Oscar Niemeyer, the University of Science and Technology of Algiers (USTA) was officially created by Ordinance No. 74-50 of 25 April 1974 and will be known as the University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene "USTHB in 1980), to be a pole of training and research in Science and Technology. In this spirit, it took over from the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Algiers, the Central Faculty in the language of the students, it included the National Polytechnic School, which was part of it for a few years and became autonomous again in 1983 , With the objective of developing synergy between the advances in science and technology. Since the creation of the USTHB, more than one hundred thousand students have passed the benches of Bab-Ezzouar. Today, a community of nearly 25,000 people lives on the campus, some 20,000 students, over 1,500 teachers, and so many workers in administrative and technical services. In the meantime, more than 40,000 graduates have been trained by the USTHB in the various cycles (Ingeniorate, Licence, Magister, Doctorate ...).