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List Of Top Universities in Australia

University study is the highest level of education in Australia. There are three main levels of education which lead to Bachelor, Masters and Doctoral degrees. There are 43 universities in Australia including 40 Australia universities, 2 international universities and one private speciality university.

University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne has been around for over 160 years, and it has a reputation for being one of the leaders in research and innovation. Through the years, it has cemented itself as a top university for studies in medicine, engineering, life sciences and social sciences. Aside from spending time in class, its students also keep busy with the university’s affiliated clubs and societies as well as its facilities such as an indoor lap pool, sports fields, libraries and cafes.

Australian National University
The Australian National University was established as the first university in the country that was primarily focused on research. It later on expanded its offerings, and today, 55% of its students are in programs for higher degree research or graduate courses. The University consistently ranks high amongst institutions offering studies in arts and humanities as well as multiple sciences. Nature-loving students are able to appreciate the beautiful campus and facilities as well as the University’s commitment to sustainability.

University of Sydney
The country’s first university, the University of Sydney, is based in the city ranked first in Australia by the QS Best Student Cities. Its campus has been listed by multiple publications as one of the most beautiful in the world, and its students enjoy its range of facilities. The University is well known for its commitment to research excellence and boasts 75 research centres, it is also rated highly in almost 100 academic fields.

University of Queensland
The University of Queensland is another university that consistently ranks high in world rankings due to its strong research efforts in areas of science and technology, as well as medicine. Students and research fellows are able to use the University’s state of the art facilities like teaching hospitals, agricultural science farms and physics research stations to aid their study.

University of New South Wales
The University of New South Wales or (as it is more often called) UNSW Australia prides itself as a leader in research. In 2015, its researchers were awarded the highest amount of funding in the country from the Australian Research Council. It also has an outstanding reputation in business and entrepreneurship, having been recognized as one of the top providers in MBA education based on a list released by the Financial Times in 2014.
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University of Adelaide
As a member of Academic Consortium 21, the University of Adelaide is one of the country’s and the world’s most research-intensive universities. It identifies its strength in various fields, including engineering and environmental sciences, physical, chemical and earth sciences as well as mathematical information and computing sciences. It has a few campuses in Australia, and it also offers degree programs in Singapore.
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University of Newcastle
Ranked as the Number 1 university in Australia under 50 years old, the University of Newcastle offers top quality degrees and world-class facilities. Majority of its undergraduate degree programs allow students to gain real-world experience, and this contributes to the high employment rate of its graduates. It has over nine bachelor programs with an employment rate of 90% or above, and it even has a 100% employment rate for its Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Bachelor of Medicine programs. The University’s research has been rated highly by QS, and in 2012, Excellence in Research Australia recognized 90% of its research at or above world standard.

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