ANU leads Times Higher humanities ranking

The new Times Higher humanities ranking is out, and for the second time this week the University of Melbourne is not number one (CMM Monday) – no, it’s not a trend. Just three Australian universities make the global top hundred.

But, with all the usual caveats about scores bouncing around over years and methodological quirks, one thing that CMM noticed was the University of South Australia ahead of the University of Adelaide. Perhaps this is why UniSA is said to have pulled the pin on the merger talks.

The ANZ universities that make the list are: ANU (33), UniMelbourne (41), UniSydney (47), Monash U (101-125), UoQ (101-125), Uni Auckland (126-150), Macquarie U (126-150), UNSW (126-150), Victoria U of Wellington (126-150), Uni Otago (151-175), La Trobe U (176-200), Uni South Australia (176-200), UWA 176-200, Uni Wollongong (176-200), Uni Adelaide (201-250), Murdoch U (201-250), RMIT (201-250), UTS (201-250), Uni Waikato (201-250), Western Sydney U (201-250), Australian Catholic U (251-300), Uni Canterbury (251-300), Curtin U (251-300), Flinders U (251-300), Griffith U (251-300), QUT (251-300), Deakin U (301-400), Uni Newcastle (301-400), Swinburne U (301-400), U Tasmania (301-400), Massey U (401+)



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