#FridayFeeling: ARU on the rise

Research and Innovation Development Office

Category: Research success

19 August 2016

In a recent article titled 'Which universities could challenge the elite by 2030?', Times Higher Education listed Anglia Ruskin as one of 20 institutions on the rise in world rankings and poised to become globally renowned.

The article cites a study from higher education strategy consulting firm Firetail, which reviewed several factors, including focus on innovation, new partnerships and institutional models, outward-looking and impact-focused nature, and rapid gains in University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP) to identify ARU as one of the Class of 2030's rising stars.

The full list is:

  • Western Sydney University, Australia: THE 2015-16 World University Rank 401-500
  • Baylor University, USA, not ranked
  • Kangwon National University, South Korea, not ranked
  • University of Lubeck, Germany, not ranked
  • Ritsumeikan University, Japan, not ranked
  • University of Seoul, South Korea, THE 2015-16 World University Rank 601-800
  • Charles Darwin University, Australia, THE 2015-16 World University Rank 251-300
  • Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland, THE 2015-16 World University Rank 501-600
  • Saitama Medical University, Japan, not ranked
  • Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, not ranked
  • Hofstra University, USA, not ranked
  • Louisiana Tech University, USA, not ranked
  • Boise State University, USA, not ranked
  • California State University Fresno, USA, not ranked
  • California Polytechnic State University, USA, not ranked
  • Nova Southeastern University, USA, not ranked
  • Fairfield University, USA, not ranked
  • Anglia Ruskin University, UK, not ranked
  • Lamar University, USA, not ranked
  • Federation University Australia, Australia, not ranked


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