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University of Melbourne leads Australian university ranking for Art, Performing Arts and Design in 2018 Times Higher Rankings

The University of Melbourne has been ranked at 32 in the Times Higher Education world ranking in the Art, Performing Arts and Design category, making it the highest ranked Australian university in this category. The Universities of Sydney and Queensland follow with global rankings of 61 and 65 respectively

For those with an interest in ranking data, the full list of Australian Universities is provided below:

THE Ranking

Australian Uni

 

THE Ranking

Australian Uni

32

University of Melbourne

 

351-400

University of Canberra

61

University of Sydney

   

Curtin University

65

University of Queensland

   

La Trobe University

=80

Monash University

 

401-500

RMIT University

85

University of New South Wales

   

Southern Cross University

=111

University of Western Australia

   

Swinburne University

134

University of Adelaide

   

Western Sydney University

201-250

James Cook University

 

501 – 600

Australian Catholic University

 

Queensland University of Technology

   

Bond University

 

University of South Australia

   

Central Queensland University

 

University of Technology Sydney

   

Edith Cowan University

251-300

Griffith University

   

University of the Sunshine Coast

 

University of Newcastle

 

601-800

University of Southern Queensland

 

University of Wollongong

     

301-350

Charles Darwin University

     
 

Deakin University

     
 

Flinders University

     
 

University of Tasmania

     
 

Victoria University

     

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