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#1002 Overall Influence

University of Ez-Zitouna

University in Tunisia

From Wikipedia

Ez-Zitouna University is in Montfleury, Tunis. It was first established in 737 as a madrasa and subsequently as university in 1956. It consists of the Higher Institute of Theology and the Higher Institute of Islamic Civilisation in Tunis and a research institution, the Center of Islamic Studies, in Kairouan.

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What is University of Ez-Zitouna known for?

Our answer to this is to show you the disciplines in which a school's faculty and alumni have had the highest historical influence. A school may be influential in a discipline even if they do not offer degrees in that area. We've organized two lists to show where they are influential and offer corresponding degrees, and where they are influential through scholarship although they don't offer degrees in the disciplines.

Top areas of influence with degrees offered

#243 World Rank
Economics
#320 World Rank
History
#451 World Rank
Philosophy
#240 World Rank
Sociology
#312 World Rank
Anthropology
#3450 World Rank
Education
#1575 World Rank
Law
#1455 World Rank
Religious Studies
#2401 World Rank
Political Science
#2319 World Rank
Literature
#2544 World Rank
Communications
#6270 World Rank
Engineering
#3771 World Rank
Mathematics
#7234 World Rank
Medical
#3697 World Rank
Physics
#9794 World Rank
Business
#6496 World Rank
Earth Sciences
#9668 World Rank
Biology
#5654 World Rank
Psychology
#4663 World Rank
Criminal Justice
#9321 World Rank
Chemistry

Influential People

Who are University of Ez-Zitouna's Most influential alumni?

University of Ez-Zitouna 's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Sociology, Economics, and Anthropology

Koutoub Moustapha Sano

Guinean politician and academic

Mubarek el Mili

Algerian scholar and reformist

Hilda Hiary

Jordanian visual artist

Laroussi Mizouri

Tunisian politician

Larbi Tbessi

Savant, enseignant et directeur algérien

Salah El Mahdi

Salah El Mahdi

Musician and composer

Salem Bouhageb

Salem Bouhageb

Tunisian reformist, jurisconsult and poet

Hmida Ennaifer

Hmida Ennaifer

Tunisian academic and theologian

Mohamed Hedi El Amri

Mohamed Hedi El Amri

Tunisian historian and writer

Nourredine Khadmi

Tunisian politician

Mohamed Fadhel Ben Achour

Mohamed Fadhel Ben Achour

Tunisian theologian, writer, syndicalist, patriot and intellectual

Zoubeir Turki

Zoubeir Turki

Tunisian artist