The University of Southern Queensland has been recognised as a global leader after making an impressive rise into the top 301-350 universities in the world.
Based on dynamic research outcomes and a strong international outlook, the University is now positioned in the Top 301-350 band in the prestigious 2023 Times Higher Education (THE) World Rankings released today (October 12).
Vice-Chancellor Professor Geraldine Mackenzie said this global achievement was a result of the University of Southern Queensland’s ambition to be a leader in innovation and excellence.
“This is recognition of our strong global standing and impact,” Professor Mackenzie said.
“This result demonstrates that we are a university of choice for students providing outstanding student experience and outcomes.”
THE World Universities Rankings is a global university league table to judge research-intensive universities across all of their core missions: teaching, research, citations, industry income and international outlook.
In the research citation category, the University saw a growth of 15%, increasing the score from 74.2 to 85.5, bringing it to 228th place out of 1799. There was also a continued strong result in international outlook with the University sitting in 221st position overall.
The 2023 THE World Universities Rankings release is the biggest dataset yet with 1,799 universities ranked and hundreds more gaining reporter status. Also, the highest ever number of regions participated (104), making this iteration the most inclusive to date.
“These results have been built from many millions of data points from nearly 1800 universities, allowing for a great depth of analysis and insight.
“We are on a path to even greater achievements, and look forward to an outstanding future.”