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November 22, 2018BY Kpinsu

In case you want to study in Australia, then it is important for you to look at some of the best University options. According to Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings 2019, there are 35 top universities in Australia, and six of them feature in the prestigious top 100, which means there is no shortage of best universities.

Listed below are the best Universities to study in Australia:

Universities in Australia

1. University of Melbourne:

The University of Melbourne is the second oldest university in the country which was founded in 1853. It has around 45,000 students and 6,500 members of staff, and has 280,000 alumni around the world.
More than 12,000 students are from different countries. There are students that are coming across 130 different countries.
The university has some famous scholars. Nobel Prize winner Peter Doherty and fellows of the Royal Society David Solomon and David Boger all teach and research at Melbourne.

2. Australian National University:

Australian National University (ANU) was founded in year 1946. It was originally established as a postgraduate research university by the Parliament of Australia. It is situated in Canberra, which is Australia’s capital city.
It has around six Nobel Prize winners among its faculty and alumni, and is even run by a Nobel laureate. Brian Schmidt, who won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics, is the institution’s vice-chancellor.

The university has partnerships with other universities such as Yale University, the University of Oxford and ETH Zurich.

3. University of Sydney:

The University of Sydney was founded in 1851 and is the oldest university in Australia. There are more than 43,000 students in the University of Sydney, representing 134 countries. The University offers 280 overseas exchange programmes.

4. University of Queensland:

The main motto of The University of Queensland is Scientia ac Labore, which means “by means of knowledge and hard work”.
The university has 38,000 students enrolled, including 12,000 international students from 141 countries. Famous former students include two Nobel laureates, two Fortune 500 company CEOs and Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush.

The main campus of University is located in the green and leafy inner Brisbane suburb of St Lucia which is one of the flushest areas of the city.
In case you are planning to study in Australia, do visit Kp International.