Kkk ranks the top 25 universities in Australia.
Key points:Kkk ranks Australia’s 20 most prestigious universitiesThe rankings take into account research funding, quality of education and access to international studentsSource:Kabbat-Ikkat,University of New South Wales”I think we have to recognise that these rankings are highly subjective, and that the more subjective they are, the less accurate they are,” Kabbat said.
“I would be happy to take the top 10 and I would like to see them rank highly.”
The ranking was published in a series of online articles, including a short report on the rankings published by the ABC on Thursday.
In the report, the ABC noted that some universities ranked lower than others.
“It’s very subjective, there’s no set formula, there are different categories, and there’s an element of randomisation, and of course we don’t know what the ranking is,” Mr Kabbath said.
He said the report was also based on what he saw on campus, and he believed it was more reliable.
“We can’t just look at what’s happening on the ground and say, ‘Well, you’ve got the top five or the top ten’,” Mr Kabor said.
Kkk also ranked universities by the number of international students they had, based on data from the National Centre for International Migration.
“There are a number of universities, such as Sydney University, who have quite a high number of foreign students and we’ve had some pretty big problems with those students, and we have also seen a large number of those students not getting into university, or not getting a job or not going to university at all,” Mr Sorkin said.
While universities such as Melbourne University and the University of Melbourne have more international students than others, he said there were still a number universities that were ranked highly.
“The top 10 universities in the country are all Australian, and they all have more than 20 per cent of their students in international student numbers,” Mr Whelan said.
The ABC contacted Kkk for comment.
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