The Australian universities offers a complete range of programs leading to highly regarded and worldwidely recognised qualifications. Australia is one of the top destinations of choice for students from around the world looking for a quality education at an affordable price.
Learning and studying in Australia uinversity is the perfect way to launch your career. Employment opportunities open up to those who have degrees from any one of the universities, whether they study in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, or at any of the other vocational institutions located around Australia.
Come and experience education in Australia and you will be opening the door to a world of study that will fill your life with skills, knowledge, and enthusiasm. An Australian university qualification can be the basis for a lifetime of personal and professional growth.
The Australian National University has pipped Stanford and Michigan, and comfortably beaten the best universities of France, Germany and China, to grab 17th place (holding onto to its 2007 ranking) in this year's Times Higher Education world university rankings. Unfortunately the other 6 Australian Universities ranked inside the World's Top 100 lost ground on their ranking from last year.
|Australian National University||1||(17)|
|University of Sydney||=2||(=36)|
|University of Melbourne||=2||(=36)|
|University of Queensland||4||(41)|
|University of Adelaide||7||(81)|
|University of Western Australia||8||(84)|
|University of Technology Sydney||11||(232)|
|La Trobe University||12||(241)|
|Curtin University of Technology||=13||(=244)|
|Queensland University of Technology||=13||(=244)|
|University of Wollongong||15||(251)|
|University of Newcastle||17||(266)|
|University of South Australia||19||(295)|
|University of Tasmania||20||(326)|
|James Cook University||=21||(=355)|