If you are looking to study in Australia, then you are going to need a little information about university.
There are 35 top universities in Australia, according to Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings 2016-2017, and six of them feature in the top 100, meaning there is no shortage of choice.
The best Australian universities are spread across the country, from Perth in the west to Brisbane in the east, Darwin in the north to Hobart in the south.
The best university in Australia, according to the THE rankings, is the University of Melbourne – a university in the country to make the top 50 of the overall world ranking (33). It is followed by the Australian National University (47), the University of Sydney (=60) and the University of Queensland (=60).
Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world behind the UK and the US – pretty impressive for a nation of just 23 million people.
Top 10 universities in Australia
1. University of Melbourne
2. Australian National University
3. University of Sydney
3. University of Queensland
5. Monash University
6. University of New South Wales
7. University of Western Australia
8. University of Adelaide
9. University of Newcastle
9. Queensland University of Technology