West Africa’s No. 1 University, Covenant, has once again done the seemingly unattainable, with the performance of the young institution in the just-released ranking of universities with the most scholarly output in Engineering sure to leave not a few awe-struck.
The global information analytics business that helps institutions and professionals progress science, advance healthcare, and improve performance, Elsevier SciVal, had in its report published on Thursday, May 7, 2020, ranked Covenant No.1 courtesy of her intimidating 1,391 scholarly output.
The report, with the data sourced from Scopus, showed that Covenant’s output in Engineering since 2014 surpassed that of 65 other (Federal, State, and Private) Nigerian Institutions combined.
Playing catch-up to Covenant was a legion of 1st and 2nd generation universities, as the Federal University of Technology, Akure emerged a distant runner-up with 525 scholarly output. University of Lagos (463), University of Nigeria, Nsukka (452), and Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife (412) complete the Top 5.
The second half of the Top 10 featured University of Benin (387), University of Ibadan (386), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (383), Landmark University (302), and Federal University of Technology, Minna (298).
To God alone be all the glory.
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