Marrakech’s Cadi Ayyad University (UCA) came first among Moroccan universities in the “QS Arab Region University Rankings” (ranking of universities in the Arab region QS 2021). This new ranking reaffirms the national leadership of this higher education institution, which has secured first place nationally and second at African level in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021. It is thanks to the research scientist, one of the frameworks on which this innovative model of teaching is based that has placed UCA in the position of a national and regional leader. UCA promotes quality scientific production and improved performance through its strategy, which aims, among other things, to organize research structures into multidisciplinary scientific communities, pool resources, and strengthen dedicated support for research. . It should be noted that seven Moroccan universities appear in the “QS Arab Region University Rankings 2021”. These are UCA of Marrakech (91-100), Al Aqwain University of Ifran (101-110), Hassan II University of Casablanca (101-110), Mohammed V University of Rabat (101-110), Ibn Tofel University of Kenitra ( 121-130), Mohammed I University of Ojda (131-160) and Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdela University of Phage (131-160). King Abdulaziz University (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) received the title of best university in the Arab region in the above ranking. In the top 10 of the ranking of universities in the QS Arab region, the American University of Beirut (Lebanon) comes second, followed by Qatar University (3rd), King Fahd University of Petroleum and Mines (Saudi Arabia-). 4th place), United Arab Emirates University (5th), King Saud University (Saudi Arabia-6th), American University of Sharjah (UAE 7th), Sultan Qaboos University (Oman-8th), Khalifa University (UAE-9th place) and the University of Jordan (10th place). QS World University Ranking is one of the top three university rankings along with Times Higher Education and Shanghai Jiao Tong University Rankings. First published in 2014, the annual QS Arab Region University Rankings highlights 160 major universities in this part of the world. The methodology for this ranking was developed with the aim of reflecting the specific challenges and priorities of institutions in the field based on the following 10 indicators: academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty / student ratio, international research network, web influence, ratio of doctorates Student, citation by article, article by faculty, proportion of international professors and proportion of international students.
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