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Top Universities in Australia

Top Universities in Australia
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Created By: Allaa Ashrafon 19 December, 2021

Australia is quickly becoming one of the most favourable destinations for international students; Why you may ask? Because it has top global universities that offer high-quality education; but it’s not just that. It also has a safe yet adventurous environment that awaits to be experienced. 

If you’re considering studying in Australia, the following are the top 5 Universities in Australia to get you started.

1. University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is a public research university and one of the most ancient and prestigious universities in Australia. It is ranked #1 in Australia and #25 globally.  It has ten faculties that include Architecture, Arts, Business and Economics, Medicine, etc. 

It has three main campuses in Burnley, Southbank, and Werribee. 

It has fully equipped facilities and accommodation options that will enrich your learning experience. Furthermore, the university is also associated with several research centres such as the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research and Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health. If you’re considering enrolling in this university, our blog will give you a step-by-step guide on how. 

2. University of Sydney

The University of Sydney is ranked #2 in Australia and #28 globally. It is widely regarded as one of the top universities in Australia and is the first Australian university. It was and continues to be, one of the leading universities in the world. The university has eight faculties that include Arts and Social Sciences, Business, Medicine and Health, etc. 

It is one of the top universities in Australia for engineering. Its faculty of Engineering is reputable globally and is ranked 14th in the world. So, if Engineering is your chosen major, consider applying to this university. 

To make it even better, it has notable alumni that include five Nobel laureates,  two Crafoord laureates, and seven Australian prime ministers. 

3. University of Queensland

The University of Queensland is one of the top universities in Australia. It is located in Brisbane, Queensland and is bordered by the Brisbane River, making it one of the most mesmerizing campuses in the country. It is number #3 on the list of best universities in Australia and #36 in the world. 

It is one of the oldest universities in the country and a leading member of the Group of Eight coalitions. It has six faculties that include the Faculty of Business, the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. 

4. Monash University

Monash University is located in Melbourne. It is the largest university in Australia and is ranked #4 in the country and #40 in the world. 

It has five campuses in total; Clayton, Caulfield, Peninsula, Parkville and one in Malaysia. The university is home to significant research centres and facilities that include the Australian Synchrotron, the Monash Science Technology Research and Innovation Precinct (STRIP), and the Australian Stem Cell Centre.  It has ten faculties that include the Faculty of Business and Economics, the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Information Technology, etc. 

5. University of New South Wales

The University of New South Wales is number #5 in Australia and #41 in the world. It is located in Sydney and was established in 1833. It is composed of six faculties that include the Faculty of Arts and Design, the Faculty of Business, and the Faculty of Medicine. Its faculties of Law and Accounting and Finance are ranked amongst the best 20 in the world, and its faculties of Mathematics, Engineering and Technology are ranked the 1st in Australia. 

In addition to the faculties, the University also has several research centres such as UNSW Lowy Cancer Research Centre,  Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre, and Sino-Australian Research Centre for Coastal Management. 

Generally, studying abroad can be a very overwhelming experience. It requires good planning. So, before deciding on the university you want to apply to, we recommend you do some research on the university and consult an academic advisor.


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