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Professor Deborah Terry is the vice-chancellor of Australia's highest-ranked female-led university in 2021, the University of Queensland. Photo: Supplied/Greg Hunt

One-fifth of the world’s best universities are now led by women

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, new analysis shows female vice-chancellors lead 20 per cent – or one-fifth – of the world’s top universities for the first time.

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