Australia boasts 7 of the 100 top ranked universities worldwide

By May 24, 2018Study

More and more international students are flocking to Australia to study, with the country boasting 7 of the top 100 universities worldwide, as of June 2018 according to the QS World University Rankings. These top schools are spread out across the country, with four of the six Australian states making the list and one of the two Australian territories. We believe this speaks to the quality of education that can be found most anywhere in this beautiful country.

#24: Australian National University (Canberra, ACT)

#39: University of Melbourne (Melbourne, VIC)

#42: University of Sydney (Sydney, NSW)

#45: University of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW)

#48: University of Queensland (Brisbane, QLD)

#59: Monash University (Melbourne, VIC)

#91: University of Western Australia (Perth, WA)

While the United States held 31 of the top 100 spots, they have significantly more universities and a higher population (326 million Americans compared to 24 million Australians), so it is very exciting to see Australia represent amongst fierce competition.

With a number of options for International students, including short vocational courses all the way through to post-graduate university studies, it is no wonder that studying in Australia continues to grow in popularity amongst the international crowd. Who wouldn’t want to combine studying with the incredible lifestyle that Australia has to offer? Whether living in an exciting metropolitan area with food and festivals galore, or in a slower-paced regional centre, where surfing and outdoor adventures rule, there is something for everyone in this vast country.

All students require a visa before coming, and there are options to bundle multiple courses within one application. This requires some planning, and if you would like our help to make this as smooth and efficient as possible, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We would love to help make your Australian study dreams come true.


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