Australian Catholic University (ACU) Rankings

By | July 21, 2017

Australian Catholic University (ACU) Rankings

Australian Catholic University (ACU) world rankings includes it being number 801+ on the QS rankings number 601+ on Times (THE). This contributes to ACU being the number ranked Australian university overall in the world ranking systems. Australian Catholic University rankings within Australia include being placed at number 29= on the ERA scale (2012) and being a 3 Star AEN rated university. ACU also has a student survey satisfaction rating of 90.3% for business 88.8% for health 82.7% for arts.

ACU World Rankings

 

Australian Catholic University World Rankings
ACU RankingAus RankWorld Rank
Overall
QS=33801+
Times (THE)34=601+
Times Asia / Pacific34111-120

 

ACU QS World Rankings

Australian Catholic University is ranked at number 801+ on the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) world ranking system which is number =33 in Australia.

ACU THE Times World Rankings

ACU is ranked at number 601+ on the Times Higher Education world university ranking system which is number 34= in Australia.

ACU Times Asia/Pacific Rankings

ACU is ranked at number 111-120 on the Times Asia/Pacific ranking system which is number 34 in Australia.

ACU Australian Rankings

 

Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) Ranking

ACU is ranked at number 29= on the domestic ERA ranking system (2012)

AEN 5 Star Ranking

ACU is rated a 3 Star university on the AEN 5 Star ranking system

ACU Student Survey Positive Ratings

Australian Catholic University Student Survey Postive Ratings
AreaTeachSkillExpSat
Business85.785.375.290.3
Health91.287.487.488.8
Arts82.18280.382.7
Science0000

 

* Teach refers to the student perception of teaching quality and good teaching scale

* Skill refers to the the generic skills scale measuring student perceptions of skills development

* Exp refers to the quality of the educational experience

* Sat refers to the overall satisfaction rate at ACU

Rankings Warning

University rankings generally focus on a number of variables which are not relevant to all students. Most of the ranking systems are heavily biased towards universities with research-intensive profiles and age-related reputations. However, many universities do not have a research focus and have not had the history to develop an age-related reputation. Instead these universities might focus on vocationally-oriented studies such as teaching, nursing and other health sciences, welfare studies, design, fashion, journalism and many other career-based studies. Interested parties should therefore be aware that ranking systems generally promote well-established more traditional universities and do not give much credit to universities, especially younger universities, which might be more focused on producing job-ready graduates for a diverse range of careers.

 




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