The University of South Australia continues to demonstrate its strength as a globally connected and engaged university. In the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, the University maintained its strong position at number 26 in the THE Young University Rankings. This is a great result for an institution which is still only 28 years old and highlights the university’s commitment to being young and innovative, particularly given the increasing competition from other young universities.
The University also performed strongly in the THE Impact Rankings in April 2019, and was recognised as eighth in the world for its quality education, number three worldwide for reducing inequality and ranked 22nd globally for overall university impact.
UniSA’s Vice Chancellor, Professor David Lloyd said, “As our University grows, responds to changing demographics, changing technologies and changing higher education funding models, maintaining and improving our commitment to equity, access and engagement, is core.”