Queensland is home to top universities in the country. As per the latest report from Times Higher Education, QUT (Queensland University of Technology) has jumped the rankings of the world’s most prestigious young university list to sit within the top 25.
The 2017 THE Young University Rankings lists the world’s 200 best universities established within the past 50 years across 48 countries.
Eight Queensland universities managed to secure a spot on the list, among the 23 Australian universities ranked.
This shows that the sunshine state is not just a big tourism hub but also home to some of the best universities in the country.
The University of the Sunshine Coast, Bond University and University of Southern Queensland were added to the prestigious ranking for the first time.
Central Queensland University rose to 90th out of the 101-150 category, while Southern Cross University dropped into that category from 94th place.
Where Australian universities placed in the Times Higher Education Top 200 Young University Rankings 201
- University of Technology, Sydney – 15th
- Queensland University of Technology – 24th
- University of Wollongong – 30th
- University of South Australia – 32nd
- Charles Darwin University – 34th
- Griffith University – 35th
- James Cook University – 38th
- Deakin University – 43rd
- La Trobe University and Victoria University – 56th
- Swinburne University of Technology – 61st
- Murdoch University – 68th
- Western Sydney University – 79th
- Curtin University – 84th
- RMIT University – 87th
- Central Queensland University – 90th
- University of Canberra – 91st
- Australian Catholic University – 101-150th
- Bond University – 101-150th
- Southern Cross University – 101-150th
- University of the Sunshine Coast – 101-150th
- University of Southern Queensland – 101-150th
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