Top Universities in Australia 2014/2015

Australian National University was ranked 25th in the world and the highest ranked Australian university according to the QS Top Universities rankings for 2014/2015, followed by The University of Melbourne (2nd in Australia and 33rd in the world).

The University of Sydney has again been named in the top 50 universities in the world, with an overall ranking of 37th in the QS World University Rankings. In addition, the University’s discipline areas were all ranked in the top 50, including 19th in Life Sciences and Medicine, 21st in Arts and Humanities, 23rd in Social Sciences and Management, 44th in Engineering and Technology, and 47th in Natural Sciences.

The University of Queensland was ranked 43rd among the world’s top universities, and 4th in Australia, in the 2014/15 QS World University Rankings.

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) was ranked 48th, up from 52nd last year. UNSW continues to climb the rankings in employer reputation, up 3 places to 21st in the world, and also in academic reputation, up two positions to 40th.

Griffith University has improved its international standing, according to the QS World University Rankings for 2014-15. It was ranked at 324th, up 17 places from last year and placing it firmly in the top four per cent of the world’s 10,000 universities.