University of Melbourne paces Australia in latest rankings
The University of Melbourne has 40 subject areas ranked in the top 50 in the world, more than any other Australian university, according to the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Melbourne also received a top five global ranking for education, moving up two spots on its 2016 ranking.
The seventh edition of QS Quacquarelli Symonds’s analysis of subject-specific university performance lists the world’s best universities for the study of 46 different subjects.
“As a university community, we are delighted with this recognition for our academics, a recognition that does much to highlight not just their hard work across multiple specialist fields but the quality of their research and teaching output as well,” commented Vice-Chancellor, Professor Glyn Davis.
“This is not just about the institution but the work of a fine academy, and we congratulate them today for their contribution to this result.”
Dean of the Melbourne Graduate School of Education Professor Field Rickards welcomed the high ranking for Education.
“Our consistent placement among the top ten in the world confirms the impact and excellence of our dedicated and talented staff, as well as the quality of our graduates,” Professor Rickards said.
University of Melbourne Master of Teaching
Since 2008, Melbourne’s Master of Teaching has played a significant role in reshaping education through the clinical teaching approach. This is a major departure from traditional teacher education programs and connects university theory, professional knowledge and classroom experience.
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Semester intake: March
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