Australian Technology Network (ATN) Rankings

Australian Technology Network (ATN) is a network of five leading technological institutions from each mainland state of Australia :-
  • Curtin University of Technology
  • Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
  • Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
  • University of South Australia (UniSA)
  • University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
Ranking Performance of ATN 's member universities:

- UTS ranked at 234th in the World's Top 500 universities by THES 2008.
- It was ranked at 87th by THES 2005.
- It is one of only 5 institutions that have received the AACSB accreditation in Australia.

- QUT is ranked in the top 200 (195th) in the World University Rankings released by The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) 2007.
- Its MBA is the only Queensland MBA program that was listed in the Financial Times 2004 Top 100 rankings (at 82nd).
- It is ranked 10th in the Australian Universities National Ranking in 2007.

Curtin University of Technology
-Curtin's MBA program is ranked 80th in the world by the Economist’s Intelligence Unit (EIU).
-Its online learning MBA is ranked 1st in Australia and 4th globally by EIU 2008. No other Australian institution has been ranked in the top ten.

- RMIT is ranked 206th globally in the THES 2008 World Rankings, ranked 94th in Engineering & IT, 149th in Arts & Humanities and 196th in both Life Sciences & Biomedicine and Social Sciences.
- It is ranked 379th by Webomertics 2008.

-UniSA is the No. 1 Australian University for offshore student numbers - IDP 2003 & 2001.
-Its MBA is rated 5-star by the Good Universities Guide 2008/2009. The rating is determined by the Graduate Management Association of Australia, GMAA. It received a 5-star rating in terms of the academic qualifications of staff, the size of management faculty, 'share of the Australian domestic market', and 'share of the international market'.
-It is one of only four Australian universities awarded institutional awards in the 2002 Australian Awards for University Teaching.

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