Top Universities in Australia 2019
List of Colleges And Universities In Australia
Top Australian Universities 2019, QS World University Rankings: Studying in Australia is a dream for many students. Realizing this big dream needs a lot of effort and hard work. A good academic record is required, along with an impressive IELTS score to secure an admission in an Australian university.
For a nation of only 24 million people, it’s quite an achievement. Coming back to the main point, we would like to mention that there are 35 universities which top the charts in Australia. Six of them feature in the top 100 universities of the world.
The best universities are spread from north to south and east to west. The first lot is occupied by the University of Melbourne (no.32 in the global list), followed by Australian national university, which occupies 48th position in the world.
The University of Sydney is also well known as it occupies the sixty-first position while the University of Queensland follows at the 65th position. Monash university is also a famous choice, which stands at the 80th position at the global level. So here is a List of Colleges and Universities In Australia
University of Melbourne
Founded in 1853, it is one of the oldest universities in Australia. It houses around 42000 students along with 6,500 staff members and 280,000 alumni. 12, 000 students from 130 different countries are pursuing their academic goals here. Noble laureate Peter Doherty teaches here and so do fellows of the Royal Society, David Solomon, and David Boger.
Australian National University
It was established in 1946. It was initially created for postgraduate research by the parliament of Australia. It also boasts of illustrious alumni. The vice president is of the university is Brian Schmidt (Nobel Prize, Physics, 2011).
University Of Sydney
It was founded in 1851 and is the oldest university in Australia. 42,000 students from 134 countries are pursuing their studies at this university. It also holds exchange programs which facilitate the exchange of students in 30 countries with their 280 exchange programs. It has been the college of more than five Australian presidents.
University of Queensland
It has 38000 students with 12000 from other countries. The international students have come from 141 countries to study here. It has one of the largest Ph.D. cohorts of Australia, with 13,800 students registered for it. It also boasts of an illustrious alumnus who includes a Nobel laureate, two high profile CEOs, Oscar-winner Geoffrey Rush and the renowned poet Bronwyn Lea. The lush green campus in inner Brisbane is another advantage.
It is situated in Melbourne. It gets its name from the famous military engineer, Sir John Monash. The university has 44,000 undergraduates and 20000 graduates. It has expanded its horizons by opening up a teaching center in Prato, Italy. It also runs a research school in Mumbai and a graduate school in Jiangsu Province, China. It has also produced the famous novelist Peter Carey (Booker Prize awardee), the famous musician Nick Cave , and playwright David Williamson.
TOP UNIVERSITIES IN AUSTRALIA 2019
|Australia Rank 2019||World University Rank 2018||University||City||State/Territory|
|1||32||University of Melbourne||Melbourne||Victoria|
|2||48||Australian National University||Canberra||Australian Capital Territory|
|3||61||University of Sydney||Sydney||New South Wales|
|4||65||University of Queensland||Brisbane||Queensland|
|6||85||University of New South Wales||Kensington||New South Wales|
|7||111||University of Western Australia||Perth||Western Australia|
|8||134||University of Adelaide||Adelaide||South Australia|
|9||201–250||James Cook University||Townsville City||City Queensland|