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IDP Singapore was awarded the “High Achiever Award 2016” from The University of Queensland

 Written by Shirlene Wong, July 20

We are proud to announce that The University of Queensland has awarded IDP Singapore with the “High Achiever Award for Year 2016” in their recent annual agent performance review, as IDP Singapore has provided a great amount of support towards the university’s international goals.

The University of Queensland recognises IDP Singapore’s services, where it performs a very valuable role in providing potential students with information and assistance in choosing which institution to study in.

Recently, The University of Queensland firms its global top tier status, ranking at number 47 in the QS table. According to the Vice Chancellor and President of The University of Queensland - Professor Peter Høj, managed to secure $22.6 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding for 17 projects, which is more than any other university nationally. This great news allowed The University of Queensland to proudly declare that they are sitting comfortably within the world’s top 50 universities in the world. QS Ranking takes in more than 4000 universities for consideration, and evaluates 980 of them in detail. The University of Queensland has always been a strong contender in the QS Ranking chart for the past five years. In the recent QS institution report, it states that The University of Queensland positioned on the top one percent in the world, against about 26,000 universities globally. This also places them in fourth place within Australia. The latest results showed by QS Ranking resulting to be an extremely rewarding certification of the university’s effort to create an excellent quality education for its students in a global top-tier research university.

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