Ranking of Australia’s Best Universities released:

Last week the Center for World University Rankings, publisher of the largest academic ranking of global universities, released its list of the world’s top 1000 universities.

The States took out the top three spots in the order of Harvard University, Stanford University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford rounded out the top 5.

Australia may not have got a look in the top 50 but three of our universities made it into the top 100.

The University of Melbourne ranked as Australia’s best tertiary institution, coming in at 89th position, followed by University of Sydney, six spots behind at number 95, and the University of Queensland just scrapped in at 99th.

Out of the entire 1000 universities ranked globally Australia had 27 universities listed.

Here they are in order of how they were ranked.

  1. University of Melbourne: 89th
    2. University of Sydney: 95th
    3. University of Queensland: 99th
    4. University of New South Wales: 117th
    5. Monash University: 143th
    6. Australian National University: 160th
    7. University of Western Australia: 213th
    8. University of Adelaide: 319th
    9. Macquarie University: 448th
    10. University of Wollongong: 455th
    11. University of Newcastle: 472th
    12. University of Tasmania: 512th
    13. James Cook University: 538th
    14. Curtin University: 544th
    15. Deakin University: 564th
    16. Griffith University: 573rd
    17. Queensland University of Technology: 601th
    18. La Trobe University: 624th
    19. Flinders University: 632nd
    20. Swinburne University of Technology: 670th
    21. University of South Australia: 673rd
    22. University of Technology, Sydney: 758th
    23. Murdoch University: 835th
    24. Western Sydney University: 848th
    25. University of New England (Australia): 859th
    26. RMIT University: 869th
    27. Charles Darwin University: 902nd

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