Top Universities in Queensland

List of top universities in Queensland, Australia:

Bond University - It is the highest rating university in the nation after receiving the most five-star ratings of any university across an impressive nine key performance indicators in the 2010 Good Universities Guide.

University of Southern Queensland - It has been named Australian University of the Year 2000-2001, recognising USQ's leadership in 'Developing the e-University'.

CQUniversity Australia - It has been named the Number One destination and largest provider in the country for international students studying in Australia (Term 1 2006) by IDP Education Australia (2006).

Griffith University - Griffith MBA program is ranked 27th globally for its leadership in integrating social, environmental and ethical issues into its programs by the Aspen Institute's 2009-2010 edition of Beyond Grey Pinstripes.

University of the Sunshine Coast - It is the only public university in Queensland to have received five stars for teaching quality in the 2010 Good Universities Guide.

Queensland University of Technology - The University is ranked 244th globally in THE-QS World University Rankings 2009. In addition it is rated highly for a number of subjects including Engineering & IT (104th), Life Sciences & Biomedicine (158th), Natural Sciences (189th), and Social Sciences (193rd).

Australian Catholic University - It is a public university funded by the Australian Government, with campuses located in Brisbane (Queensland), North Sydney and Strathfield, (New South Wales), Canberra (ACT), Ballarat and Melbourne (Victoria).

University of Queensland - In 2009 the Academic Ranking of World Universities undertaken by the Shanghai Ranking consultancy ranked UQ as the top university in Queensland and one of the best nationally.

James Cook University - It is one of two Queensland universities to make the list of the top 500 Universities in the world according to the Shanghai Jiao Tong University rankings 2010. The only other Queensland university included is the University of Queensland. In the Asia-Pacific region, James Cook University is in the top 100 and nationally it is ranked in the 12 to 17 grouping.