Young Australian Unis Thrive in Global Rankings
Fourteen of Australia’s universities have been rated as some of the best in the world, in recent international rankings of universities less than 50 years old.
The oldest universities in the QS Top 50 Under 50 and the Times Higher Education 100 Under 50 were established in 1963, and the lists are a stark contrast to other global university rankings, where universities with more than a century of teaching and research behind them usually dominate.
The rankings recognise how far these universities have come in such a short space of time, and perhaps hint at which institutions are the ones to watch as they become even more established.
Below are Australia’s results in each survey:
18. Macquarie University
20. RMIT University
22. Curtin University
24. University of Wollongong
26. University of Newcastle
29. Queensland University of Technology
31. University of Technology, Sydney
33. University of South Australia
46. Flinders University
26. Queensland University of Technology
36. Macquarie University
40. University of Newcastle
43. University of Wollongong
48. University of South Australia
57. Murdoch University
66. Deakin University
71. Flinders University
77. Charles Darwin University
83. University of Technology, Sydney
86. Griffith University
87. Curtin University
88. La Trobe University
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