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Top 10 Universities In Australia 2020-2021

Australia is known for the perfection and home of kangaroos. This country has set the mark for education and grabs the attention of many youths. If someone dreaming to study here, I would say it is the best place to start your academic journey. If you want to study in Australia you must have some information regarding colleges.

According to the Times Higher Education’s World University Ranking 2021, there are 37 top universities in Australia. Among these 6 are placed in the top 100 prestigious colleges, so you have plenty of options to choose a college. The best university in Australia is spread all over the country.

The best university in Australia according to the Times higher education ranking is, the University of  Melbourne the only university to secure the world rank 30. It is followed by the University of Sydney 51, and Australian national universities 59.

Australia’s population is just 24 million and it embarks in the field of providing the best education after the UK and USA.

Top Ten Universities In Australia

 

  1. The Australian National University – The Australian national university in Canberra which was founded in 1946 consists of seven research and teaching colleges as well as various national institutes and academies. It has secured several times he best university’s tag because of its perfection towards education culture.
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  1. University Of Melbourne – No doubt everyone knows that Melbourne is a highly reputed university among all of the Australian Universities. It has several top campuses like Shepparton, Werribee, Dookie, Creswick, Burnley, and Parkville. It was founded in 1853 and the second oldest university in the country. It is the family of 47,000 students and 6,500 staff. Around 12,000 thousands of students enrol themselves every year.
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  1. University of Sydney – Sydney is known for its modern consistency. It is a world-leading university of 17 stories as its central learning facility. At the same time, the decade long redevelopment of the university is redefining the Sydney CBD’s gateway.
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  1. University of Queensland – This University has a leading teaching and research institute with its focus on teaching excellence. Its faculties concentrate on science, medical, behavioural science, social and humanities science, health science IT, architectural and engineering as well as, business and economics. The slogan of the university is “by means of knowledge and hard work-so be prepared to do some grafting.
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  1. Monash University – Monash is one of the only Universities with locations globally including South Africa, India, Italy, China and Malaysia. Monash University is famous for its professional development with short courses and master-classes along with research degrees, undergraduate and graduate degrees. It is a better option for the student who wants to do short term courses. It operates several libraries.
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  1. University Western Australia – The main campus of the University is a few minutes from Perth on the bank of the Swan River. It also has campuses in Nedlands and Claremont with more than 3500 staff and 22,000 students. Students have a large number of dedicated student amenities that resembles a small town instead of a learning facility. However, it is an educational environment with tutorial spaces, performance and lecture theatre, modern research and teaching, laboratories and studios.
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  1. The University Of Adelaide – The University of Adelaide offers students four distinct campuses with the North Terrace Campus as the main research and teaching facilitator. The Roseworthy Campus focuses on animal production and Dryland agriculture while he largest agriculture research centre in the Southern Hemisphere belongs o the Waite Campus. The fourth campus is considered as the National Wine Centre is a teaching centre for academic wine-related programs.
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  1. University of Technology Sydney – University of technology is situated on the southern gateway to The Central Business District of Sydney. It provides various programs by separating the faculty. The Broadway precinct houses the building for health, science, arts and social science, design architecture, and building engineering and IT. The library and faculty of the law were situated in the old market named The Haymarket precinct and the last Blackfriars precinct includes the Blackfriars Children’s Center and various administrative building. UTS has over 210 PG and 130 UG courses with the record of 46,190 students. After the redevelopment of the Sydney University of Technology to 17-story a modern education facility.
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  1. University of New Castle – It offers state of the art campus like the Callaghan which is only 12km from the heart of Newcastle and the beaches. The University of Newcastle is known for its commitment to quality and excellence. Its program is internationally recognized. It secures the 197th rank of the world’s university. This university is a world-class university and strongly focuses on students experience and excellence.
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  1. University of New South Wales – Its campus spread in Cardiff, Newport, Pontypridd, and Dubai. New South Wales University’s architecture amuses everyone. It has been ranked 8th in the list of top colleges across the UK. Its world-class teaching ethos attracts thousands of students from each part of a world. The city in itself a highly recommended for outstanding medical services, entertainment, sport, and food.
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I am sure this article would help you to choose the best college as per your interested courses. It is just a small drop from the ocean. Australia always has been a friendly and educative country which attracts students mostly. It offers an exceptional quality of education with reason.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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