Long way to the top for ranking role

Guy Healy,The Australian Higher Education Supplement

AT least four Australian universities have set ambitious targets of cracking a top 200 and even a top 50 placing in world rankings despite official moves to downplay them so all students receive a “world-class education”. Priorities set by the Rudd Government and its Bradley and Cutler higher education and innovation reviews have reversed the former Howard government’s goal of having one or two universities in the top 50 and even some in the top 10.


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