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ANU tops Times Higher Education 2018 business and economics ranking

Times Higher Education ranking success for ANU

9 October 2017

The ANU College of Business and Economics has retained its position as Australia’s highest ranked business and economics school, according to the Times Higher Education 2018 subject rankings.

The 2018 rankings see the Australian National University achieve a world ranking of 36, once again being the only Australian university in the top 100 to not drop in this ranking.

The ANU performance indicator scores have gone up in almost all categories, including Research, Citations and Industry Income.

“The Times Higher Education rankings place us in the company of business and economics schools within the world’s finest universities.

“We’re proud to have once again achieved great results which reflect the quality of our research and teaching,” said Professor Steven Roberts, Interim Dean of the ANU College of Business and Economics.

For more information, see the Times Higher Education 2018 Subject ranking for Business and Economics.

Updated:   9 October 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team