Australian Universities

Portals from Australian Universities:

Australian Catholic University (ACU)
The official web portal for the Australian Catholic University

Australian National University (ANU)
The official web portal for the Australian National University

Bond University
The official web portal for Bond University

Central Queensland University (CQU)
The official web portal for Central Queensland University

Charles Darwin University
The official web portal for Charles Darwin University

Charles Sturt University
The official web portal for Charles Sturt University

Curtin University of Technology (Curtin)
The official web portal for the Curtain University of Technology

Deakin University
The official web portal for Deakin University

Edith Cowan University (ECU)
The official web portal for Edith Cowan University

Flinders University
The official web portal for Flinders University

Griffith University
The official web portal for Griffith University

James Cook University (JCU)
The official web portal for James Cook University

La Trobe University
The official web portal for La Trobe University

Macquarie University
The official web portal for Macquarie University

Monash University
The official web portal for Monash University

Murdoch University
The official web portal for Murdoch University

Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
The official web portal for the Queensland University of Technology

RMIT University (RMIT)
The official web portal for RMIT University

Southern Cross University (SCU)
The official web portal for Southern Cross University

Swinburne University of Technology (Swinburne)
The official web portal for the Swinburne University of Technology

University of Adelaide
The official web portal for the University of Adelaide

University of Ballarat
The official web portal for the University of Ballarat

University of Canberra
The official web portal for the University of Canberra

University of Melbourne
The official web portal for the University of Melbourne

University of New England
The official web portal for the University of New England

University of New South Wales (UNSW)
The official web portal for the University of New South Wales

University of Newcastle
The official web portal for the University of Newcastle

University of Notre Dame – Australia
The official web portal for the University of Notre Dame – Australia

University of Queensland (UQ)
The official web portal for the University of Queensland

University of South Australia
The official web portal for the University of South Australia

University of Southern Queensland
The official web portal for the University of Southern Queensland

University of Sydney (USYD)
The official web portal for the University of Sydney

University of Tasmania (UTAS)
The official web portal for the University of Tasmania

University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
The official web portal for the University of Technology, Sydney

University of the Sunshine Coast (USC)
The official web portal for the University of the Sunshine Coast

University of Western Australia (UWA)
The official web portal for the University of University of Western Australia

University of Western Sydney (UWS)
The official web portal for the University of Western Sydney

University of Wollongong
The official web portal for the University of Wollongong

Victoria University (VU)
The official web portal for the University of Victoria University

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Australia Top 5 Universities (Source: The Australian Education Network)

• University of Melbourne
• Australian National University
• University of Queensland
• University of Sydney
• Monash University

Melbourne University:

Located in Parkville on the fringe of Melbourne’s central business district, the University of Melbourne has been a leading centre of higher education and research inAustralia for 160 years. The University of Melbourne’s high rankings in independent international surveys reflect its strong research performance, excellence in learning andteaching and the intellectual and social capital. In the prestigious 2013 Times Higher Education rankings of the world’s top 200 universities, the University ranked number 34in the world and number one in Australia. Melbourne is also the leading Australian university in the Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities and ranked 54in the world.

Melbourne’s researchers are at the forefront of international scholarship in fields as diverse as human rights law, telecommunications and medical research. Melbournescholars of particular international renown include Nobel Laureate Professor Peter Doherty and alumna and recent Nobel Laureate Professor Elizabeth Blackburn. Students now complete a broad undergraduate qualifications which includes deep study in their field coupled with subjects from outside their faculty, giving them the chance to explore a broad range of subjects and opportunities. Students then go on to complete a graduate professional degree, a research higher degree or enter the job market.

The Australian National University:

The Australian National University (ANU) sits amongst the world’s leading research and education centres. The University is consistently ranked among the best universities in the world. In 2011, 94 per cent of research from ANU scholars was rated above world standard or well above world standard by the Australian Government’s Excellence in Research for Australia initiative. The University is home to more than 16,000 students, 45 per cent studying at the postgraduate level. ANU also attracts people from around the world, with roughly one quarter of its students coming from overseas.
ANU graduates go on to take up leadership positions in government, industry, research and academia, at home and abroad. ANU people apply themselves to intensive research and education, continuing the intellectual adventure of Australia’s national university. Their efforts add to Australia’s knowledge and expertise, and generate an environment where all Australians can engage with big ideas.

The University of Queensland:

The University of Queensland (UQ) is the largest university in Queensland and a founding member of the Group of Eight (Go8) universities. It is one of the top 100 universities worldwide as measured through a number of major independent university rankings. In accordance with its position as a leader in teaching and learning innovation, UQ is one of just two Australian education institutions accepted into the prestigious massive open online course (MOOC) consortium edX.

The University is committed to teaching excellence and outstanding mentorship that leads to well-rounded graduates. In fact, UQ’s teachers have won more Australian Awards for University Teaching than any other Australian university. The University is proud of its worldwide network of more than 210,000 alumni including a Nobel laureate, a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, an Academy Award winner and high achievers in government, law, science, public service and the arts.

The University of Sydney:

The University of Sydney is a leading, comprehensive research and teaching institution committed to the transformative power of education. In the latest Excellence in Research Australia report, 75 percent of almost 100 academic fields assessed at the University of Sydney performed above world standard. A world-class research university it explores new frontiers of knowledge in areas of national and global importance, uniting the expertise of bright minds from many disciplines to find unique solutions that improve and transform our lives.

Located in the heart of Australia’s largest and most diverse city, we have an extensive network of international partners, including a global network of more than 185,000 alumni, and actively engage in the global exchange of ideas. In creating the first tertiary education institution in Australia, our founders recognised the power of education to change society. With more than 2500 academic staff and more than 51,000 students from more than 130 countries, that belief remains just as strong today.

Monash University:

Established in 1958, Monash is the youngest member of the highly regarded Group of Eight universities. Partnerships – local and global; Monash has an impressive record of long-term, successful relationships with industry, government and the community. Our partnerships and engagement programs range from close links with immediate neighbours to groundbreaking collaborations with organisations around the world.

MU became the first Australian university to receive a licence to operate in China. Our international collaboration at Suzhou with the Southeast University (SEU) – one of China’s key national universities – will produce postgraduates and researchers with ideas to change people’s lives in the region and the world for the better. The IITB Monash Research Academy is located in north-eastern Mumbai, the IITB Monash Research Academy is a partnership between the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) and Monash University. The institution is focused on providing innovative research outcomes for industries in India and Australia.