ANU tops Australian universities in latest league table
ANU tops Australian Universities
ANU has received global endorsement and retains its position amongst the top 25 universities in the world. The Australian National University has topped the country for the number of top-ten globally ranked subjects in the latest and largest ever university league table. ANU Vice-Chancellor Ian Young was delighted with the ANU’s performance of achieving four subjects in the global top-ten. The four subjects were: Politics & International Studies, Agriculture & Forestry, History, Development Studies.
Consistently ranked as the top Australian University, the Australian National University has topped the nation for the number of top ten globally ranked subjects in the most recent and biggest ever university league table.
The fifth edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject has positioned 36 disciplines across universities worldwide – making it the biggest ever ranking of its kind.
Of the Australian Universities, the ANU came in the top ten in four subjects worldwide – trailed by the University of Melbourne with two.
ANU ranked seventh in Agriculture and Forestry, seventh in Politics and International Studies, ninth in history, and tenth in Development Studies.
The University of Melbourne came fifth in Education and eighth in Law. The University of Sydney’s best positioning was ninth in Education.
Meanwhile Australia increased its position in thew world taking 5.7% of places across 36 subject tables ranking 3rd in the world in equal position with Germany. The USA came first with 23.1% and the UK second with 11.2%.
Australia is also third in the world for top 50 universities and 29 of Australian Universities now rank in the world top 400.
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