Top Universities in New South Wales

List of top leading universities in New South Wales (Australia):

Charles Sturt University - The University achieved consistently high ranking in areas of Getting a Job, Positive Graduate Outcomes and Graduate Starting Salary (Hobson's Good Universities Guide, 2010).

Macquarie University - It is ranked No. 1 in NSW, No. 2 in Australia and No. 55 in the world for its MBA programme (The Economist 2009 Full Time MBA rankings).

University of New South Wales - In 2010 UNSW has received $47.8 million in grants from the Australian Research Council (ARC), more research funding than any other university in the country.

University of New England - It was placed among the Top 100 universities in Asia Pacific according to the SJTU's Academic Ranking of World Universities 2007.

University of Wollongong - Ranked No. 1 for overall satisfaction among Australian university students in the independent Sweeney Research Group's 2009 'Uni Student Report'.

University of Technology, Sydney - It is placed within the highest bands for excellence in the Federal Government’s 2009 Learning and Teaching Performance Fund.

University of Sydney - It is ranked 36 amongst the world's top 200 universities and equal second in Australia in the prestigious Times Higher Education world rankings 2009.

University of Western Sydney - It was placed among the world top 600 universities by the Times Higher Education (2009).

University of Newcastle - It is one of the world's top 100 universities for engineering/technology and computer sciences (Shanghai Jiao Tong University rankings by field 2007).

Southern Cross University - It is an Australian government university committed to innovative teaching and research. The University's postgraduate business and management programmes have been consistently rated 5-stars for Graduate Satisfaction in the Good Universities Postgraduate Guide.

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