Top 5 Best Universities in Tunisia

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  1. The University of Sfax is a university located in Sfaxand and among the Best Universities in Tunisia. It began as the University of the South in 1986 and has now expanded to include all academic institutions in the South. With the founding of the University of Gabes in 2003 and the University of Gafsa in 2004, it is separated into three universities, including the current University of Sfax. In 2008–2009, the University of Sfax had 43,473 students. Twenty-one higher education institutions, five research faculties, three colleges, twelve institutes, and a research center hosted the students.

    The University of Sfax maintains connections with significant enterprises as well as academic cooperation in research and exchange programs with foreign universities in France, Canada, Belgium, and Morocco, among other nations.

    • #1 in Tunisia

    • #47 in Africa

    • #2756 in the World

    Established: 1986

    Location: Sfax


  2. Tunis University is a university located in Tunis and among the Best Universities in Tunisia. It was formed in 1960 on the foundation of previous educational institutions.

    The Mediterranean University Union (UNIMED) and the Agence universitaire de la Francophonie are both members of the University of Tunis. The following are the institutions that make up the university, including,

    1. Ecole Normale Supérieure (the oldest institute of the university)
    2. Higher School of Economic and Commercial Sciences
    3. Higher School of Technological Sciences
    4. Faculty of Human and Social Sciences
    5. Preparatory Engineering Institute
    6. Higher Institute of Literary Studies and Humanities
    7. Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts
    8. Higher Institute for Youth-Club Activities and Culture
    9. Higher Institute of Fine Arts
    10. Higher Institute of Applied Studies in Humanities
    11. Higher Institute of Applied Studies in Humanities of Zaghouan
    12. Higher Institute of Management
    13. Higher Institute of Music
    14. Higher Institute of Crafts Heritage
    15. Tunis Business School
    16. National Heritage Institute (Co-Supervision with the Ministry of Culture and the Safeguard of the Heritage)

    • #2 in Tunisia

    • #71 in Africa

    • #3267 in the World

    Established: 1960
    Location: Tunis
  3. The University of Monastir (UM) is a Tunisian interdisciplinary university in Monastir, Tunisia, having its own financial and administrative autonomy. It was established in 2004 as a result of the reform of the university higher education system, and it is divided into five faculties, two graduate schools, and nine institutes.

    Its principal tasks are broadly related to higher education, learning, and research, with the goal of decentralizing services, overseeing, and increasing the higher education system's profitability.

    The University of Monastir
    , which has around 27,500 students, 2,044 lecturers, and 758 administrative and support employees, offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, with an average graduate count of around 4,700 every year.

    In the 2016 Arab Universities Regional Ranking, it is placed 18th by US News & World Report. The university is ranked third in Tunisia by UniRank. According to the ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2020, the university was placed 301-400 globally and first nationally in the discipline of "Energy Science & Engineering" in 2020.

    Established: 2004
    Location: Monastir
  4. Tunisia's University of Tunis El Manar is a Tunisian university. It was established in the year 2000 and is divided into 11 faculties. It is the best university in Tunisia and the 613th greatest institution in the world, according to the URAP (University Ranking by Academic Performance) ranking for 2019–2020. Jihed Hafsi is the university's president. Afwa Thameur - agronomist and specialist in drought tolerance in crops.

    The university is organized into 11 faculties, schools, and institutes, as follows:

    1. Faculty of Law and Political Sciences
    2. Faculty of Medicine
    3. Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management
    4. Sciences' Faculty
    5. National Engineering School
    6. Bourguiba Institute of Modern Languages
    7. Preparatory Institute For Engineering Studies

    • #4 in Tunisia

    • #100 in Africa

    • #4089 in the World

    Established: 2000
    Location: Tunis
  5. The Institution of Sousse is a Tunisian public university located in Sousse. The University of Sousse was founded in 2004 as a part of the University of the Center, which was founded in 1991 as a result of the merger of the University of Monastir and the University of Sousse. In 30 schools, the University of the Center had risen fast from 45,000 students in 2001-2002 to nearly 60,000 students in 2003–2004. Monastir, Kairouan, and Gafsa all got new universities in 2004.

    One of its Alumni, Samir Dilou, Minister of human rights, transitional justice and government spokesperson under Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali since 20 December 2011.

    • #5 in Tunisia

    • #104 in Africa

    • #4216 in the World

    Established: 2004
    Location: Sousse

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