Australia's top 10 universities by 2020

Australian National University continues to hold the leading position in Australia's top university rankings in 2020.

The rankings are given by QS based on the criteria: academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty / student ratio, number of scientific citations per lecturer, and international faculty ratio. and the percentage of international students.

1. Australian National University (ANU)

Founded in 1946, Australian National University holds the No. 1 position in Australia's leading university rankings. The university is part of the G8 group (the leading alliance of research universities in Australia), and is a member of many elite university associations in the Asia-Pacific region.

The school is ranked 24th in the world in 2019 according to the QS rankings. At home, Australia's National University ranks first in terms of training quality, with a high percentage of graduates earning high-paying jobs.

Australian National University is well known for its programs in business, economics, law, information technology, science, Asian and Pacific Studies, computer science and mechanics, and arts. and social sciences ...

The university currently has about 15,000 students, one third from other countries. Employees and alumni have won 6 Nobel prizes.

2. University of Melbourne

Founded in 1853, Melbourne is the second oldest higher education institution in Australia and the oldest in Victoria. The University is a member of the G8 group, the Universitas21 group (a global coalition organization, which allows students to attend events and exchange studies around the world |), Thai University University Ring Network Association Binh Duong.

On the world's top university rankings, the school is in the top 50, currently has about 42,000 students and a staff of more than 7,300 people, including 3,700 university lecturers and professors. Among its alumni are four Australian prime ministers and five Australian governors. In addition, students and faculty of the school have won 7 Nobel Prizes.

The University of Melbourne is renowned for training in the fields of medicine, business, accounting, finance, auditing, commerce, business, law, management, mechanics, information technology, and natural sciences. social science.

3. University of Sydney

Founded in 1850, the University of Sydney holds the third position in the top 10 best universities in Australia, recognized for outstanding teaching work. Two-thirds of the subjects and training of the University of Sydney are ranked in the top 100 of the best universities in the world.

The school is also in the G8 group in Australia. Sydney University currently offers 430 undergraduate and graduate majors. Some of the university's major faculties are dentistry, economics and commerce, law, medicine, nursing and midwifery, education and social work, pharmacy, applied engineering and information technology, and health sciences. strong...

The university's list of outstanding alumni includes former Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Nobel Prize-winning scientist John Cornforth, World Bank president James Wolfensohn, Nobel Prize-winning scientist John Harsanyi, and astronaut. NASA Paul Scully Power cylinder ...

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4. University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Founded in 1949, the University of New South Wales is ranked fourth in Australia, one of the top 100 universities in the world, belongs to the G8 group in Australia, a member of the prestigious Universitas21 group.

The University of New South Wales offers a wide range of undergraduate, graduate to pre-university programs. The main occupations include: physical sciences, life sciences, commerce, media design, fine arts, social sciences and international research.

More than 52,000 students are studying at the university, of which more than 14,000 come from 130 countries and regions. Among the top 50 CEOs in Australia, many have graduated from this school.

5. University of Queensland (UQ)

Founded in 1909, Queensland is Australia's leading multidisciplinary research center and university. The university is currently ranked among the top 50 universities in the world, ranked fifth among the 10 best universities in Australia. Queensland is also part of the G8, which is the founding member of this group. In addition, the school is a member of Universitas21.

The University of Queensland currently trains more than 50,000 students with 22% being international students. The University offers over 370 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in the fields of agriculture, environment, science, business, economics, law, engineering, architecture and planning, and information technology. , health, humanities, education, psychology and music.

Many alumni of the school have won Nobel prizes, Oscars ... Professor Ian Frazer, who won the international pharmacy prize for the cervical cancer vaccine, is also from the University of Queensland.

6. Monash University

Founded in 1958, Monash University has long been recognized for its academic reputation as well as its reputation with employers. Monash's Faculty of Economics and Business is also accredited by three world-renowned quality assessment organizations, namely AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.

Monash University currently trains about 70,000 students, with courses spanning many levels from bachelor to master, doctorate. The faculties of the school include: Art, Design and Architecture, Humanities and Social Sciences, Economics and Business, Education, Engineering, Information Technology, Law, Health, and Health Sciences and nursing, Pharmacy, Science.

7. University of Western Australia (UWA)

Founded in 1911, the University of Western Australia is in the top 100 global universities and ranked seventh among the outstanding universities in Australia, member of the G8 group.

The school offers major subjects: art, business, law, education, science, engineering and math sciences, health sciences and medicine with about 24,000 students.

Some of the university's prominent alumni are Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke, five Australian federal judges, Fields Prize-winning mathematician Akshay Venkatesh, and two Nobel Prize-winning professors Barry Marshall and Robin Warren.

8. University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide, founded in 1974, is one of Australia's oldest and most prestigious universities.

The school currently trains nearly 20,000 students, of which 4,000 international students; more than 2,400 officials and lecturers are teaching about 400 bachelor's, graduate and research degree programs.

The training strengths of the school include: food technology, medical science, biological sciences, physical science, information technology and telecommunications, environmental and social sciences ...

The University of Adelaide is home to three of Australia's eight Nobel laureates and Australia's first astronaut.

9. University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Located in the dynamic city of Sydney, Sydney University of Technology was established in 1988 but has quickly become one of the top universities in Australia, among the top 200 best schools globally.

The University of Sydney now offers more than 130 undergraduate courses and 180 graduate programs, with an enrollment of 40,000 students. The disciplines are diverse, including: engineering and technology, information technology, education and training, applied sciences and basic sciences, social sciences and media, architecture, construction and planning, business and management, law, humanities, business administration, healthcare and health.

10. University of Newcastle, Australia (UON)

Newcastle University in Australia (different from Newcastle University of the same name in the UK) was founded in 1965, with its main campus on the outskirts of Callaghan of Newcastle, New South Wales. The University also has campuses in Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Sydney and even in Singapore.

This school is in the top 200 of the most prestigious and quality training schools in the world, with main faculties: Business and law, Education and arts, Medicine, Faculty of information technology and science, Engineering and construction. build environment.

More than 35,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs here, including more than 4,000 international students.