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NZL Victoria University of Wellington

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    Founded in 1897, Victoria University of Wellington is one of New Zealand’s oldest tertiary institutions. Victoria’s mission is to undertake excellent research, teaching and public engagement in the service of local, national, regional and global communities. Our vision is to be a world-leading capital city university, and one of the great global-civic universities.

    Victoria is internationally respected, ranking within the top 2 percent of the world’s 16,000 universities and among the top 100 universities in the world for 10 subjects. Victoria has five stars overall in the QS Stars rating of excellence and is the first ranked university for research quality in New Zealand. In addition, Victoria Business School is one of an elite group of commerce faculties worldwide that hold the Triple Crown of international accreditations – EQUIS, AACSB (Business and Accounting) and AMBA.

    Located in a vibrant capital city, with direct access to New Zealand’s decision makers, Victoria University draws upon the national thinking and global mindedness of its capital city community. The University has the ability to influence government policy on issues that affect New Zealand and the Asia–Pacific region more broadly. From climate change, to international security, to cultural understanding - Victoria’s research helps to inform the way our leaders look at things.
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  • THE 2020:
    #501-600
    QS 2020:
    #215
    ARWU 2019:
    #301-400
    Information about the World University Rankings
    World university rankings can be used as an indicator of a university's prospects and prestige. Ranking publishers use different performance indicators such as teaching quality, research quality or the ratio of staff to students to place higher education institutions in order of success and impact. Results across the different rankings will vary according to the measures used and the importance they place on the different performance indicators.

    The rankings listed above are taken from three of the most trusted World University Rankings:

    Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE)
    The Times Higher Education World University Rankings focus on 5 core areas: Teaching (30%); Research (30%); Citations (30%); International outlook (7.5%); and Industry Income (2.5%). See their methodology

    QS World University Rankings (QS)
    The QS World University Rankings evaluate universities based on Academic Reputation (40%), Employer Reputation (10%), Faculty/Student Ratio (20%), Citations per faculty (20%), International Faculty Ratio and International Student Ratio (5%). See their methodology

    Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)
    The Academic Ranking of World Universities ranks universities according to Quality of Education (30%), Quality of Faculty (40%), Research Output (20%), and Per Capita Performance (10%). See their methodology
  • Location:
    Kelburn, Wellington 6012, New Zealand

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