25 June 2020
ATN Universities continue to be the world’s leading network of young universities. All four of our members are ranked in the top 100 universities in the Times Higher Education Young Universities Rankings 2020 and the QS Top 50 Under 50 2021.
In the Times Higher Education Young Universities, University of Technology Sydney leads as the world’s 15th best young university, followed by University of South Australia (25th), Curtin University (34th) and RMIT University (76th).
In the QS Top 50 Under 50 Rankings, University of Technology Sydney was recognised as Australia’s best young university (11th in the world). Curtin University (17th), RMIT University (18th) and University of South Australia (29th) were all highly ranked.
ATN Executive Director Luke Sheehy said that the results reflect the positive work our universities do on a domestic and international scale.
“ATN universities are proud to be the leaders in innovation, enterprise and industry engagement and we need to make sure that we continue to build a world class higher education system.”
“These results recognise our world-class teaching, learning and research. This has been clear during the COVID-19 pandemic as ATN universities have been at the forefront of making positive impact for our economy, our communities and the nation.”
“ATN is proud to deliver Australia’s best work-ready graduates and these rankings show that ATN universities continue to be internationally recognised for their excellence in higher education,” said Mr Sheehy