The Faculty is now ranked 15 in the world for veterinary science, and 28 for agriculture.
The Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences has continued to advance in the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
According to QS, the University of Melbourne is now ranked number 28 in the world for Agriculture and Forestry, up three from 2017 and third in Australia.
The University held its ranking of 15 in the world for Veterinary Science, having been tied for the same spot in 2017. This places it at second in Australia.
Since its formation in 2014, the Faculty’s QS ranking by subject has improved or held steady each year.
QS World University Rankings by Subject are compiled annually and are designed to help students identify the leading universities in a particular subject.
Research citations and the results of global surveys of over 100,000 employers and academics are analysed to develop a ranking.