Australian University Ranking (Melbourne Institute)

The Melbourne Institute (operated by the Univ of Melbourne) has recently produced 2007 Australian Universities ranking. ANU was ranked No. 1, followed by Univ of Melbourne and Univ of Sydney.

University (Index)
Australian National Univ 100
Univ of Melbourne 95
Univ of Sydney 93
Univ of Queensland 84
Univ of New South Wales 81
Monash 75
Univ of Western Australia 68
Univ of Adelaide 63
Macquarie 56
Queensland U of Technology 53
U of Wollongong 52
La Trobe U 52
U of Newcastle 51
U of Tasmania 50
Griffith U 50
U of Technology,Sydney 49
Curtin U of Technology 48
Flinders U 48
Murdoch U 47
RMIT 46
U of South Australia 46
Deakin U 45
U of New England 45
U of Western Sydney 44
James Cook U 44
Swinburne U of Technology 43
Southern Cross U 41
U of Canberra 41
Victoria U 41
Australian Catholic U 40
Charles Sturt U 40
U of Southern Queensland 38
U of Ballarat 38
U of the Sunshine Coast 38
Edith Cowan U 37
Charles Darwin U30
Central Queensland U 30

* Institution Profile:

Charles Sturt University
Named University of the Year for 1997 - The University of the First Generation by the Good Universities Guide......

Swinburne University of Technology
Ranked among the world's top 500 universities in the Times Higher Education – QS World University Rankings 2009......

University of Canberra
UC was awarded the maximum 5-star rating in the Good Universities Guide 2009 for ‘Getting a Job’ and 'Graduate Outcomes'......

University of the Sunshine Coast
It is one of 99 organisations nationally, and one of only 10 in Queensland, to earn an Employer of Choice for Women citation for 2008......

Edith Cowan University
The Faculty of Business and Law is placed among the top 10 business schools in Australia (Ranking Web of World Business Schools, July 2009)......