Top Universities of Australia

Following are some of the top ranked universities of Australia:

University of Melbourne - It is ranked 36th in the Times Higher Education-QS 2009 World University Rankings. In the subject rankings, University of Melbourne is ranked 13th for Life Sciences & Biomedicine; 17th for Arts & Humanities; 19th for Social Sciences; 23rd for Natural Sciences; 29th for Engineering & IT.

University of Sydney - It is ranked equal 2nd in Australia and 36th amongst the world's top 200 universities in the prestigious Times Higher Education world rankings 2009.

University of Queensland - It is ranked 2nd in Australia and 102nd in the world according to the Webometrics ranking of world universities, which measures scientific activity on the Web (July 2010).

Adelaide University - It is ranked among the top 25 universities in the Asia Pacific region and top 200 universities world-wide by Shanghai Jiao Tong University's Academic Ranking of World Universities in 2007.

University of New South Wales - It was awarded 5 stars for research grants, research intensivity, student-staff ratio, cultural diversity, staff qualifications, graduate starting salary and positive graduate outcomes (2010 Good Universities Guide).

Australian National University (ANU) - ANU College of Business and Economics has been granted the highest A1 band by the Australian Government for excellence of teaching.

University of Western Australia (UWA) - It was tied for 2nd with Melbourne in the Australian Business Schools Ranking (Good Universities Guide 2005 edition).

Monash University - Monash MBA is awarded a five star rating and an equal first in the 2008 Hobson's Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Programs.