University of Tasmania (UTAS) Ratings

Founded in 1890, The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is a top leading university based in Tasmania, Australia. It is the fourth oldest University in Australia, regularly placed among the best institutions in the world by major publications such as the THES and Academic Ranking of World Universities..

The university has the following Faculties & Institutes:
- Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
- Faculty of Arts
- Faculty of Business
- Faculty of Education
- Faculty of Health Science
- Australian Maritime College
- Faculty of Law
- Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
- Menzies Research Institute

Ratings and Rankings:

- Awarded a five star rating for access and equity, and in the top three universities for rates of participation from low socio-economic areas. It also received four-star ratings for teaching quality and research (The Good University Guide 2010).

- Ranked 326th in the world (THE-QS World Rankings 2009).

- Placed in the range of 303-401st in the world and top 70 in the Asia/Pacific region (ARWU 2009).

- Placed among the World's top 300 institutions in the Times Higher Education - QS World University Rankings. It is ranked 291st in 2008, 264th in 2007 and 232nd in 2006. In 2008 Tasmania was placed among the global top 200 universities for Arts & Humanities (193rd).

- Ranked 303-401st globally and in the top 14 Australian universities by Shanghai Jiao Tong University's ARWU 2008.

- Placed among the world's top 500 institutions (Webometrics Ranking 2008).

- Received a five-star rating for research grants and intensity (The Good Universities Guide 2006).

- Received the Tasmanian Exporter of the Year Award for 2005.

- Received five star rating for Graduate outcomes (The Good Universities Guide 2004).

- The School of Pharmacy was ranked No. 1 in all three categories - Generic Skills, Good Teaching, and Overall Satisfaction (Course Experience Questionnaire survey for 2004).