RMIT is number one in the world for SDG 10

RMIT is number one in the world for SDG 10

RMIT has been ranked number one in the world for its efforts to reduce inequality within and among countries in the Times Higher Education (THE) SDGs Impact Rankings released today. RMIT also ranked 10th overall, rocketing up from 82nd place in 2019.

The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings assess universities contributions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2020, RMIT has been ranked number one in the world for its contributions to the SDG 10 and ranked 10th overall for its contributions to the 2030 sustainable development agenda, rocketing up from 82nd place in 2019.

RMIT ranked 5th in the world for decent work and economic growth (SDG 8), an increase of 48 ranking places, and 12th for clean water and sanitation (SDG 6).

In what was a 52-place increase, RMIT also rose to 15th for partnership for the goals (SDG 17) and ranked 21st for sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11), 53rd for responsible consumption and production (SDG 12) and 58th for industry, innovation and infrastructure (SDG 12).

23 April 2020

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23 April 2020

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