UTS continues to surge ahead in world university rankings
Following a remarkable 20-place leap in last year’s world university rankings, the steady progress of the University of Technology Sydney continues. The QS rankings for 2021 show a seven-place jump to a ranking of 133rd in the world. This is an unbroken record of continuous improvement since 2012.
Exciting news for UTS Insearch
The latest result places UTS among the top 12 percent of the world’s universities, and one of the top ten in Australia. This continued trajectory is exciting news for UTS Insearch, the pathway provider for UTS.
UTS Vice-Chancellor, Professor Attila Brungs, was delighted by this confirmation of UTS’s growing recognition on the world stage, particularly as reflected by the research and academic reputation indicators. “Australian universities are tracking very well with their research outputs in terms of volume and citation growth,” he said, “But UTS is definitely at the forefront of this growth, alongside other young universities.”
“At UTS Insearch, students benefit from a special combination of ongoing academic support, small class sizes, and a practical approach to learning that helps them realise their full potential,” said Peter Harris, Chief Officer, Partnerships and Growth, at UTS Insearch. “Ultimately, we’re here to help them thrive at UTS and beyond.”
UTS Insearch diploma courses are designed in collaboration with UTS, and these close ties ensure that the educational outcomes for diploma students are the same as those for first year students in a corresponding UTS undergraduate course.
“These impressive results reflect the high academic regard for UTS locally and internationally. At UTS Insearch, we provide an invaluable available opportunity for students to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes they need to get their UTS experience off on a strong footing. We’re proud to be part of the UTS experience for thousands of students, and are confident this news will encourage current and potential students in Australia and around the world,” said Mr Harris.