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Best Universities in Australia for International students, 2021

The University of Melbourne

No one can deny that the Australian higher education system has many top-notch universities that have garnered global fame. Every year they attract students from all corners of the continent-country and the world. Due to its strong focus on multi-disciplinary education, interactive environment, research-oriented temperament, and whatnot, these universities are your ticket to a bright, successful future. Of course, among all these universities, there are the ones designated with the elite status and are known for their standing among the world’s best.

International students who intend to pursue education global frontrunners in education should consider applying for any of the 5 universities mentioned here. These universities have been consistently ranked among the top in the country and the world.

With this note, let us explore the best available options in Australia for you.

  1. The University of Melbourne
    One of the well-known Australian universities is the University of Melbourne. It was established in the year 1853 and is a part of the 6 sandstone universities (a group comprising the oldest higher education institutions in the country). With its main campus in Parkville, it has many other campuses across Victoria from which it operates a range of programmes. Currently, there are 10 faculties including the Faculty of Arts, Melbourne School of Engineering, Faculty of Science, Melbourne Law School, and Melbourne School of Engineering. In addition, there are research centres such as the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health and the Grattan Institute. A number of Australian Prime Ministers are its alumni.
  2. Australian National University
    Among the leading research universities in the world, Australian National University is a public institution founded in the year 1946. The organization of the university comprises 7 colleges, and these colleges conduct courses in Arts and Social Sciences, Asia and Pacific Studies, Business and Economics, Engineering and Computer Sciences, Law, Physical and Mathematical Sciences, and Medicine, Biology & Environment. It is well-known for its courses on anthropology, marine science, philosophy, sociology and politics. Known for its illustrious alumni base, Australian National University has been home to many Rhodes Scholars and Nobel laureates.
  3. University of Sydney
    The oldest university in the country is the University of Sydney, which incidentally is an A-class educational institution. It is, also, one of the most beautiful universities in the world. Its reputation is as grand as the university and produces some of the most employable lot in the world. Over here, you will be able to study a number of courses offered by 5 faculties. These faculties include those of Arts and Social Sciences, Science, Medicine and Health, and Engineering. There are also schools here such as the Sydney Law School and Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning. Many Nobel laureates, Australian Prime Ministers, influential politicians, Chief Justices, Rhodes Scholars, and Gates Scholars have studied here.
  4. University of New South Wales
    Situated in the suburb of Kensington, the University of New South Wales is a respected institution that was established in the year 1949. Having been organized into faculties, you can pursue degree programmes in the fields of Arts & Design, Medicine, Science, Engineering, Business, Built Environment, and Arts & Social Sciences. It is also associated with the National Institute of Dramatic Art. With an unwavering dedication towards research, the university has been one of the founders of the Group of Eight and Universitas 21. Throughout the year, it keeps conducting exchange programmes with many global universities. Many influential politicians, cricketer, and judges are its alumni.
  5. University of Queensland
    The last entrant on this list is the University of Queensland, which is a public research university. It was established in the year 1909 and is an esteemed member of the sandstone universities. Scoring high in research, its research output is remarkable and has been recognised for the same by the Australian Research Council. A number of degree programmes are offered such as those in Bioengineering & nanotechnology, Medicine, Science, Humanities & Social Sciences, and Business. An array of research institutes are also a part of its academic organization such as the Boeing Research and Technology Australia Centre and the Institute for Molecular Bioscience. From Nobel Laureates to Grammy Award winners, you will find all kinds of notable persons in its alumni network.

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
CEO and editorial director of the CEOWORLD magazine, an extensively kudized author, noted journalist, syndicated columnist, and ostensible entrepreneur. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook or connect on LinkedIn.
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