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Young Australian universities shine on world top 100 ladder

Australia has more successful young institutions than any other nation, according to the latest league table of the world’s best universities established during the past 50 years.

(UE) Australia has more successful young institutions than any other nation, according to the latest league table of the world’s best universities established during the past 50 years.

With 16 universities in the list of 100, Australia had more entrants than any other single country, including eight institutions in the top 50. Another eight ranked between 51 and 100 in a list that doubled in size this year.

The three most successful local institutions — University of Technology Sydney (UTS), University of Wollongong and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) — broke into the top 20, claiming 14th, 17th and 20th spots. UTS and QUT are under 30 years old. So are RMIT, Curtin and the University of South Australia, all in the top 25.

“You can take from this that Australia has a really strong university sector,” said UTS vice-chancellor Attila Brungs.

QS research head Ben Sowter said Australian universities had benefited from their attractiveness to foreign students and a “rebalancing” of citations across different faculty areas. Australia has a concentration of strong universities established in the period,” he said.

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The Australian