Australian unis rate highly

The Australian    |    19 November 2014

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The University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP) global ranking which rates in order 2000 universities has placed all Australian universities in the 2000 (10% of universities) ranging from the University of Melbourne at 29 to the University of Notre Dame at 1670.  URAP puts five local institutions in its top 100 and 18 in its top 500.

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Rankings1 In addition to Melbourne, the ranking places Sydney (30), Queensland (51), Monash (64) and University of NSW (78) in the top 100. The Australian National University, which in other ranking systems is usually close by to Melbourne,  is ranked 151st. Harvard is the world No 1, followed by the University of Toronto, Oxford, John Hopkins and Cambridge. The ranking from the Turkey-based METU Informatics Institute is an attempt to give universities outside the developed world a better sense of the standing in their own country and globally. Harvard is the world No 1, followed by the University of Toronto, Oxford, John Hopkins and Cambridge. On its website, URAP says:

Most rankings systems cover up to the top 500 universities around the world, which mostly represents institutions located in developed countries. Universities from other countries around the world also deserve to and need to know where they stand among other institutions at a global, regional and national level.

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University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP)
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