Arts and humanities celebrate 2016 QS course rankings
The University of Melbourne has been placed highly in 2016 QS global rankings of courses. University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Professor Glyn Davis was pleased to note significant improvement in UniMelb's performance across the board. "We've seen 16 subjects improve on their 2015 standings, with nearly a third of these coming in the arts and humanities area."
"As a university community, we take great pride in the breadth and depth of the subject offerings we make available to students, and [these] results reaffirm our commitment to this broad-based offering.
"While we're obviously proud of the continued strong international performance of education and law, the fact that we have seen subject improvements in every category is a fantastic result," said University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Professor Glyn Davis.