3 July 2019

ATN Universities are all ranked in the top 30 of the world’s young universities according to the latest QS Top 50 Under 50 rankings released this week.

The Top 50 Under 50 recognises the world’s top 50 universities under 50 years old. In the 2020 list, the University of Technology Sydney is placed 11th, Curtin University 21st, RMIT 22nd and the University of South Australia 30th.

“All of our universities continue to be acknowledged globally for their industry-engaged research and world-leading teaching and learning” said ATN Executive Director Luke Sheehy.

“This acknowledgement comes only a week after all ATN Universities were ranked in the Top 100 in the latest Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.

“Our universities are consistently recognised globally because of they are both responsive and innovative in a rapidly changing world” said Mr Sheehy.

ATN is one of the world’s leading networks of dynamic, innovative and global universities – committed to industry-engaged research, dynamic teaching, and driving equity and participation.