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Go8 carries Australia’s subject rankings

The Group of Eight leads the pack for domestic institutions in the latest subject rankings, anchoring Australia’s third place performance. The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016 – released overnight – lists the top universities of 42 subject areas. It determines ranking ...

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QS ranks Deakin MBA best in Australia

QS Rankings has listed Deakin University as the best in Australia for online MBAs. Graduate employability was the main metric for QS Distance Online MBA Rankings 2016. This was followed by student quality, a program’s reputation, teaching quality, interaction between students ...

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MGSM ranked top Australian business school

Macquarie University’s Macquarie Graduate School of Management, has been ranked the top Australian business school by the Financial Times for the second year in a row. MGSM moved up 12 places to number 56 globally, and is one of only ...

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ANU continues excellence in uni rankings

The Australian National University is continuing its rankings run. Times Higher Education has rated it the most international university in Australia. THE today unveiled the 2016 list of the 200 most international universities in the world. Australia has 24 listed, making it ...

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ANU tops research excellence rankings

The Australian National University has topped the Excellence in Research Australia rankings, amid a strong showing nationwide. The ERA results, compiled by the Australian Research Council and released today, showed 95 per cent of ANU’s broad-field research was rated above ...

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Canberra now among world’s 20 best student cities

Melbourne has outshone Sydney and Canberra has held its place above Brisbane in the latest world ranking of best student cities released by university rankings agency QS. Despite recent tragic events in Paris, the French capital retained top spot in the index, ahead of Melbourne, ...

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Australia all over ranking of top young unis

UTS led seven other young local institutions in the latest ranking of the top 50 universities worldwide less than 50 years old, giving Australia the most places of any country in the index. In the list, compiled by rankings agency QS and spearheaded by Asian ...

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