Auckland and Otago tumble in top world university rankings

Tue, 10 Sep 2013

Sept 10 (BusinessDesk) – New Zealand’s top two world-ranked universities, Auckland and Otago, have taken sharp drops in the latest annual QS World University rankings, although Auckland remains in the top 100 at 94th. Otago’s was the most precipitous fall, dropping 22 places to 155th ranking, while Auckland dropped 11 places from 83 in last year’s survey. On the bright side, all New Zealand universities are in the top 200, as measured by QS, although there are four Australian universities in the top 50 and every major Australian university ra...

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