Top Universities in Australia

Top Universities in Australia

Updated: Jul 7, 2019

Australia is famous for serving up the sun, sand and surf that makes the rest of the academic world a little jealous. Pick Australia as a destination and you could be looking at 90% of your year being spent in the sun. Not too shabby! They also make some world-class universities down under, so if you haven’t checked them out yet, look now!

Here’s a few links to the top universities in Australiathat rank in the top 100 in the world in the QS World University Rankings. Proof that you can get the best of both worlds: a bit of a tan and a great education.

Australian National University is ranked 29th in the QS World University Rankings, making it the top-ranked Australian university. 

University of Melbourne is ranked 38th and is situated in the birthplace of Kylie Minogue and the setting for Neighbours. If you don’t know who she is or what that is, the start of your lesson on AU culture.

Sydney is home to the iconic opera house and the University of Sydney which is ranked 42ed in the world. It’s the most populous city in Australia, so there’s bound to be some good nightlife to boot.

University of Queensland ranks 47th in the world and gets its name in honour of Queen Victoria. It’s also home of my favorited Australian accent.) 

University of New South Wales is ranked 43ed and is also a 5-star rated school. They’re known as a top school for computer science. 

Monash University ranks at 58th and is in Melbourne. It’s got the largest student body in Australia! 

University of Western Australia ranks 86th. It’s the oldest university in the state and sits in Perth, a city ranked among the best cities in the world to study.

University of Adelaide Ranking 106th in the world and also in a city that features in the Best Student Cities list.  

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