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Strathmore, KIM among top business schools in Africa

Strathmore Business School (SBS) has been ranked 1st in Kenya, and 8th business school in Africa in 2016 in the latest Webometrics ranking.

The Kenya Institute of Management (KIM) comes second in the country and 9th in Africa.

University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science was ranked the best in Africa followed by University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business, and Wits Business School, all from South Africa.

Last year, Strathmore Business School was still ranked 1st in Kenya, and 8th in Africa, followed by Kenya Institute of Management.

KIM is a membership based non-profit making professional management organization committed to the promotion of excellence and integrity in the practice of management.

It was established in 1954 as a premier institute that provides management consultancy and capacity building services to corporate organizations and other institutions.

Strathmore Business School was established in 2005 through a partnership between Strathmore University and IESE Business School.

As part of Strathmore University, it is a private non-profit institution and a corporate work of Opus Dei, a Personal Prelature of the Catholic Church, and it was the first Green Business School in Africa.
The Webometrics Business School Ranking is a ranking system based on Business Schools web presence, visibility and web access.

This ranking system measures how strongly a learning institution is present in the web by its own web domain, sub-pages, rich files, and scholarly articles.

The aim of the ranking is to improve the presence of the academic and research institutions on the Web and to promote the open access publication of scientific results.

The Webometrics study is conducted by a research group belonging to the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), the largest public research body in Spain.

The study has become the largest academic ranking of higher education institutions based on their production, as well as their presence and impact on the web.

 

 

Original article can be found here.

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