Study in Australia

Universities in Australia are consistently ranked among the very best in the world. Studying here is a great experience. Most famous universities include: University of Queensland, University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, Monash University, to name a few.

Ranking profile of top Australian institutions:

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

University of Queensland - It is the only Queensland university included in the global top 50 in the annual world top 200 ranking by the Times Higher Education-QS World University Rankings (2009).

RMIT University - Rated as the top entrepreneurial university in Australia, according to the GSEA annual Top Entrepreneurial Universities List (2009).

University of Melbourne - Rated 62nd in the prestigious Shanghai Jiao Tong University 2010 Academic Rankings of World Universities.

University of Sydney - It is ranked 92nd among the world's best institutions in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2010.

Adelaide University - The Australian Good University Guide consistently gives Adelaide a five-star ranking for prestige.

Curtin University of Technology - Ranked 274th among the world's best institutions by QS World University Rankings 2010.

University of Tasmania - It has been awarded a five star rating for access and equity, and in the top three universities for rates of participation from low socio-economic areas.

University of Wollongong - It is one of only two universities to achieve top-tier rankings in every discipline category of the Australian Government's Learning and Teaching Performance Fund.