MDHS ranked first in Australia in Times Higher Education rankings by subject

November 11 / 73

The Times Higher Education (THE) supplement has ranked the University’s faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences (MDHS) highest in Australia and 14th in the world in its rankings of the Top 50 Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health Universities.

MDHS has also risen four places from last year.

Dean of MDHS Professor James Angus said though the competition was global and there was still some way to go to be in THE’s top ten, MDHS was delighted with the news of Melbourne’s number one ranking in Australia for clinical, preclinical and health discipline and the rise from 18th to 14th globally.

“Our reputation is earned by our wonderful partnerships with our affiliated teaching hospitals and medical research institutes, our outstanding higher degree research scholars and national and international collaborations,” he said.

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