Western achieves a perfect score in international ratings
Western Sydney University has achieved the highest possible overall rating of 5 stars in the latest QS Stars University Ratings — an evaluation system that assesses universities worldwide.
The University also now holds a 5-star rating across six of the eight interest areas assessed including: employability, internationalisation, facilities, inclusiveness, innovation and teaching — representing a rise in ratings across two areas year-on-year.
Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Barney Glover AO, welcomed the strong performance of the University.
“This is an achievement that highlights Western’s ongoing commitment to being a world-class and internationally recognised university, significantly strengthening our position and reputation from year-to-year.
The ratings are a testament to the significant work that is being done to broaden the University’s international standing while maintaining a strong commitment to our region,” says Professor Glover.
QS Stars is an international rating system that identifies which universities rate highest across specific categories.
To view the 2019 QS Stars University Ratings for Western Sydney University and other institutes, visit the QS site. (opens in a new window)
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