Durban - South African universities rank high for those looking to study business and law.
This is according to The Times Higher Education World University Rankings which published its latest subject rankings.
The subject rankings are based on the same range of 13 performance indicators used in the overall World University Rankings 2019, but the methodology is re-calibrated for each subject to suit the individual fields.
This week, the subject rankings for business and economics, law, social sciences and education were released.
Below is South Africa’s rankings for each subject: