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Top 7 Universities in Australia



There are totally 43 universities in Australia and some of them enjoy very good reputation in the world. So, what are these top universities in Australia? Let us take a look together!

1. The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne is located in the city of Melbourne, Victoria. This university has seven campuses in total, with the Parkville campus being the main one. This campus has:

● 12 libraries
● 3.6 million books and other items
● More than 150 student clubs
● Approximately 40 sports clubs
● More than 25 cafes

The University of Melbourne has an outstanding reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Independently published world rankings consistently rank it as a leader in higher education in Australia as well as the Asia Pacific region.

The ARWU ranking ranks it in the top 500 institutions of higher education based on a variety of criteria, including: Nobel Prize and Fields Medal-winning professors and alumni; articles published in Nature and Science and in scientific citation indexes; and academic performance in relation to the number of members of the academic staff.
QS World University Rankings are based on six indicators, including academic reputation, reputation among employers, and number of citations per faculty. In this ranking, the university qualifies in:

● Number 42 in the world (general list)
● 17 in the world for academic reputation
● 11 in the world for reputation among employers

2. UNSW Sydney
UNSW Sydney is a university located in the city of Sydney, Australia. It is considered as one of the most important universities in the country, founded in 1949 and with approximately 53,481 students.

The main campus of this university is in the eastern part of the Kensington neighborhood, made up of supermarkets, gym, bars, banks, restaurants, two libraries, travel office, clothing store, bookstore, eye clinic, pharmacies, etc.

The university is particularly strong in engineering and technology, business, and law. In the 2016 QS World University Rankings by Subject, UNSW ranked 13th in the world in accounting and finance, 13th in law school, 16th in civil engineering, and 19th in architecture and urban planning.

The University has residences and apartments to accommodate its students. The residences are located on the university campus and are suitable for undergraduate students. The apartments offer a more independent way of life and some are off campus, so they are recommended for graduate students and seniors.

3. The University of Queensland
The University of Queensland is located in Brisbane, Queensland. Founded in 1909, it is the oldest and largest university in Queensland. It is also one of the best universities in Australia. Meanwhile, it is a founding member of the international group Universitas 21 and Group of Eight.

The university has 3 campuses:

● Saint Lucia
● Gatton
● Ipswich

4. Australian National University
The Australian National University is a top university located in the suburb of Acton in Canberra, the federal capital of Australia. Several different and independent indices tell us that the ANU is the leading university in Australia and the southern hemisphere.

ANU has a particularly high level research and is one of the members of the Group of Eight, the Association of Pacific Rim Universities and the exclusive group of the International Alliance of Research Universities.

5. The University of Sydney
The University of Sydney is the oldest university in the nation, founded in 1850 and is the second largest university in Australia. It is one of the main and most renowned universities in the country, and also in all of Oceania.

The central campus, whose architecture is inspired by that of Oxbridge, stretches across the suburbs of Camperdown and Darlington, to the southwest of Sydney's CBD. In addition, the university includes several other small campuses of other organizations in the last 20 years, such as the Sydney Conservatory of Music or the Sydney College of the Arts.

The University of Sydney is a member of the Group of Eight, the Academic Consortium 21, the Pacific Rim Association of Universities and the Worldwide Universities Network.

6. Monash University
Monash University is an Australian public university, with campuses in Australia, Malaysia and South Africa. It is the largest university in the country, with approximately 55,000 students.

The university has a total of seven campuses: five in Victoria, Australia (Clayton, Caulfield, Berwick, Peninsula, and Parkville), one in Malaysia, and one in South Africa. It also has a center in Prato, Italy.

The university received more than 50 million Australian dollars in medical research grants awarded by the National Health Research Council (NHMRC) Australian. It also dominates the awards given by this entity, winning a quarter of the total in 2007. The university is home from the Monash Science Technology Research and Innovation Precinct (STRIP), the Australian Center for Stem Cell Research, 100 research centers from different disciplines and 17 cooperative research centers.

7. The University of Adelaide
The University of Adelaide is an Australian public university with a university campus in the city of Adelaide, South Australia. It was founded in 1874, and it is the third oldest university in Australia. It has produced 5 Nobel Prizes, 101 Rhodes Prizes and is a member of the Group of Eight as well as Sandstone Universities.

Its campus is located on the North Terrace cultural boulevard in the city center, next to the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Museum of South Australia and the State Library of South Australia. The university also has four other campuses in the state: Roseworthy College in Roseworthy; the Waite Institute in Urrbrae; the University of Adelaide Research Park at Thebarton; and the National Wine Center in Adelaide Park Lands, and a campus in Singapore.

These are top 7 universities in Australia. They can provide high-quality education and more job opportunities for students. For both domestic and international students, they are undoubtedly the best choices. Certainly, there are also other universities in Australia suitable for students in different needs. If you want to find them out, you can use the School Finder of CatEight.










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