Research Analysis, Performance & Profile Office
In the latest QS World University Ranking by Subject, UNSW came out in the world's top 10 universities, with five subjects in the top 20 and Psychology in the top 10. The University also ranked highest in Australian universities in the subject Materials Science.
The ARC is undertaking a review of the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2012 process, and has requested UNSW to submit feedback on several general issues the ARC is addressing in the review.
The 'ERA 2012 Review – Request for Feedback' document has been provided, which includes issues as well as specific questions relevant to the components of the ERA 2012 exercise. The file may be downloaded from the Related Documents section on this page.
The ARC envisage to complete the review by the end of April.
The Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings has released its results for 2013.
One of its success stories is The University of New South Wales which joined the top rankings in the top 81-90 for the first time and, together with Monash University, brought to six the number of Australian universities in the top 100 by reputation.
For related news and articles, check the following links.
UNSW cracks top 100 universities global list, Sydney Morning Herald (5 March 2013)
Globally renowned universities are ranked by reputation, Phil Baty, Editor of THE World University Rankings
Beyond the 'super-brands' universities are strengthening their positions, Phil Baty, Editor of THE World University Rankings
Starting this year, the ERA Office is changing its name to Research Analysis, Performance & Profile Office to better reflect its function and responsibilities. To ensure that the transition to the new office name is smooth, we will continue to receive emails sent to email@example.com, and introduce the new office email address: firstname.lastname@example.org in all communications.
The staff and our current contact details will remain the same.
The ARC has released the 2012 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) outcomes report.
The report has four main sections comprising a National Overview, Results by Field of Research (FoR) Code, National Profiles by FoR Code, and the ERA 2012 Institution Report, respectively.
The National Overview section presents an overview of ERA 2012, including world standard research performance, summary data submitted by institution, and some observations arising from the data submitted for the ERA 2012 evaluation.
The Results by FoR Code provides a summary of ERA 2012 results and activity by FoR code. This section presents aggregate four-digit data.
The National Profiles by FoR Code provides detailed national ERA data by two- and four-digit FoR codes.Two-digit evaluation data is summarised in this section.
Finally, the ERA 2012 Institution Report provides the ERA rating for each two-digit and four-digit FoR code evaluated for the 41
The UNSW ERA 2012 Outcomes by two- and four-FoR code are found in the Institution Report webpage.
Complete information on the 2012 ERA Outcomes may be downloaded from the ARC website.