Iraq

University of Babylon

Najaf Road, 14km from the center of Hilla, Babil, Iraq

University of Babylon

More about University of Babylon

The University of Babylon located in the province of Babylon, 90 km south of Baghdad, Iraq. The name “Babylon” refers to the city in one of the most ancient civilization in the world, Mesopotamia. This city was a small settlement in the Sumerian region in about 4000 BC. The University of Babylon offers an environment where pupils can excel both academically and socially. Our students are encouraged to share their thoughts and we have a culture of respect. Each student is treated as an individual. The University of Babylon is proud to be a part of the city of Hilla and province of Babylon. We believe that through collaboration we can contribute positively to some of the important activities and issues for developing the province.

Key statistics

  • 20,303
    Number of Students
  • 11.0
    Student to Staff Ratio
  • 0%
    Percentage of International Students
  • 0 : 100
    Student Ratio of Females to Males
Collected during World University Rankings on 28th Sep 2016

Where we are

Address

Najaf Road
14km from the center of Hilla
Babil
Iraq