University of Ghana beats UCC, KNUST, Ashesi as Ghana's most beautiful tertiary institution

University of Ghana beats UCC, KNUST, Ashesi as Ghana's most beautiful tertiary institution

  • University of Ghana has been ranked the most beautiful tertiary
  • Looking at its beautiful landscapes, the historic blame library, and the pond, this ranking is well deserved
  • The school beat the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and other schools in Ghana to have this enviable position

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The University of Ghana has beaten all the other tertiary institutions in the country to be able to position itself as the most beautiful campus in the country.

In West Africa, it is ranked second, behind the Gaston Berger University in Senegal but ranked fifth in Africa.

This status was captured in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, which saw the University of Cape Coast rank first among all tertiary institutions in Ghana.

The University of Ghana is inarguably one of the most beautiful tertiary institutions looking at its beautiful landscape.

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“Its architecture is a real strongpoint, the beaming white walls and red roofs pair well with the plants, trees and flowers growing on campus, complete with a freshwater pond".

According to a report filed by, under the leadership of Prof. Ebenezer Oduro Owusu as Vice-Chancellor, intentional steps were taken to beautify the environment with the ‘Green Project'.

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This project such to plant more trees to beautiful to campus.

UCC ranks number 1 tertiary institution in Ghana

The University of Cape Coast has over the years been known as one of the tertiary institutions in the country that has produced a lot of good students.

According to a recent publication by, the University of Cape Coast has been ranked the number one University in Ghana.

This is according to the 2022 Times Higher Education annual rankings.

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The report noted that for a university to be ranked in the World University Rankings, it must have published at least 1,000 papers in reputable publications within a five-year period.

Also, the University must teach in more than one subject area and teach undergraduates as well. The first ranking was launched in 2004 with 200 universities participating.

Universities are also excluded if they only teach in a single subject area, or if they don’t teach undergraduates.


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