Top Aus unis stable or sliding in Times Higher Education ranking

The Times Higher Education world university rankings were published last night, to reveal many top rated Australian universities either stable or sliding.

The University of Melbourne remains the first Australian institution, unchanged at equal 32nd in the world. It is followed by ANU at 49 (48 last year), the University of Sydney in a three-way tie for 59th position (61), University of Queensland is 69th (65th), Monash U is 84th (down four). UNSW drops nine places to equal 96th. The two Go8 members outside the global top 100 are UWA, which drops to 134 from 111 last year and the University of Adelaide down one to equal 135. UTS makes the top 200, at 196.

Universities from 200 are grouped alphabetically in bands, including.

201-250: James Cook U, Macquarie U, QUT, UniSA, UniWollongong

251-300: UniCanberra, Flinders U, Griffith U

301-350: Curtin U, La Trobe U, Newcastle U, Victoria U

351-400: Deakin U, U Tas, Western Sydney U

401-500: Australian Catholic U

601-800: UniSunshine Coast



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