The Australian National University is celebrating the lastest QS World University rankings:
ANU continues to climb through the ranks of global universities, rising to 24th in the world according to the QS World University rankings released this week.
Two places up from last year, and the best result for an Australian university, the ranking is the second in as many months to chart the rise of ANU through international ranks.
Last month ANU rose six places in the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
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Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Margaret Harding, said:
“It is very pleasing to see ANU, Australia’s national university, in the world top 25. It is also great to see seven other Australian universities in the top 100.
“The results are a cause for pride across the whole University community, and a direct endorsement of the work and commitment of all ANU staff.