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Regional unis top city cousins in graduate employment rankings

Rankings measuring student experience, graduate employment outcomes and starting salaries have placed Australia’s regional universities on top. The Good Universities Guide 2017, published by the Good Education Group (GEG) and released on Monday, shows that while country and city universities have ...

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RMIT ranked Australia’s top fashion school

Rankings may be in fashion at RMIT, after a global rating of the world’s fashion schools listed the institute’s as the best in Australia. It placed 12 globally. RMIT achieved this in the second iteration of The Business of Fashion rankings, which ...

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Deakin, QUT surge ahead in 2016 world rankings

Two Australian universities have experienced a meteoric rise in this year’s Academic Ranking of World Universities. Another six local institutions made the top 100. The ARWU table, published by China-based ShanghaiRanking Consultancy, ranks 500 universities based on educational and staff ...

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Australian unis’ global reputations falter

Only three Australian universities have been included in the Times Higher Education (THE) rankings for World Reputation in 2016. Last year, there were five. Eight institutions from the US, along with the Oxbridge pair, make up the Top 10. The University of ...

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UQ tops Australian unis in 2016 ‘Nature’ research rankings

Australia has placed No. 12 on The Nature Index’s ranking of a country’s universities’ contribution to scientific scholarly journals. The University of Queensland was Australia’s best-performing institution. The Nature Index surveys 68 “high-quality” publications across a calendar year, scoring universities ...

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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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