Environmental Sciences Achieved the Highest ERA Ratings in 2018

Environmental Sciences Achieved the Highest ERA Ratings in 2018

Environmental Sciences Achieved the Highest ERA Ratings in 2018

Macquarie has maintained consistently excellent performance in Environmental Sciences, achieving the highest ERA ratings in 2010, 2012, 2015 and 2018

Macquarie University’s Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) ratings announced on Wednesday, 27th March show the University’s innovative approach to research continues to deliver world-leading research with world-changing impact.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Sakkie Pretorius says: “The latest ERA ratings show that Macquarie’s research excellence is going from strength to strength and is world-leading.

"Macquarie’s strategic investment in, and focus on, quality and innovation has strengthened established research areas and launched emerging research areas that enable us to undertake this world-leading research with world-changing impact for the betterment of humankind, our societies, economies and the environment.”

Highlights of Macquarie’s 2018 ERA results:

  • 100 per cent of research rated at world standard and above at the 2-digit level
  • 50 per cent increase in research rated at 5 at the 4-digit level
  • Macquarie has maintained consistently excellent performance in Environmental Sciences and Physical Sciences, achieving the highest ERA ratings for these areas in 2010, 2012, 2015 and 2018

The full list of results can be accessed HERE.

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