Top 10 universities in Australia Based on QS Rank 2020
For this year, Australian National University is the world-leading university in Australia with a QS ranking of #29, located at the capital of Australia, Canberra.
Australian Universities have seen very drastic improvements in their ranking compared to last year, suggesting Australia is emerging as a force within the global education community. The QS ranking system range of indicators includes:
- 40% academic review
- 20% of the faculty-student ratio
- 20% of citations per faculty
- 10% recruiter review
- 10% international orientation
Following are the Overview of Australia’s best university 2020:
10. University of Newcastle
Also known as Newcastle University, it was established in 1965 and is situated at Callaghan, a suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales. Its QS World University Rankings 2020 is #207. It includes six campuses i.e. Newcastle(Callaghan), Central Coast (Ourimbah), Port Macquarie, Singapore, Sydney CBD, Newcastle CBD precinct with a total of 37k+ students.
9. University of Technology Sydney
Former Named “New South Wales Institute of Technology”, UTS, one of the world’s leading young universities was established in 1988 and is situated in Sydney, Australia. Its QS World University Rankings 2020 is #140. Its affiliations include Australian Technology Network, Association of Commonwealth Universities and Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning. You can know more about the university at uts.edu.au.
8. University of Adelaide
This third oldest university was established in 1874 and is situated in Adelaide, South Australia. Its QS World University Rankings 2020 is #106. It includes five campuses throughout the state, two at Roseworthy, one at Urbarae and two at Adelaide Park Lands and this university is hugely recognized for its innovations in numbers of research by Excellence in Research Australia (ERA).
7. University of Western Australia
Ranked #86 among the world university, this sixth oldest university was established in 1911 at Perth, Western Australia, Australia. It has always ranked itself in either the bottom half or just outside the world’s top 100 universities.
6. Monash University
The second oldest university in Australia was founded in 1958 and is located in Melbourne, Australia. It offers more than 36 courses and has a total of more than 70k+ students. Over 100 research centers and 17 co-operative research centers are located within the campus is a home for major research facilities.
5. University of Queensland
This sandstone university is the most reputed and ranked top for business administration, veterinary medicine, and life sciences. Having 100+ research centers, it has 400+global research partners also holding more national teaching awards in comparison to any other Australian University.
4. University of New South Wales
Established in 1949, Located in Sydney at Suburb of Kensington, this university always attracts the top students as ranked #43 in QS world university Rankings. It has nine faculties no wonder in 2019, it was the number one university preferred by high school students of New South Wales.
3. University of Sydney
The first and oldest university of Australia was founded in 1850, is reputedly one of the world’s leading universities. It is most reputed for its quality education and is ranked # 42 in QS World University Rankings. It has six faculties and three university school.
2. University of Melbourne
1.Australian National University
For three consecutive years, ANU has topped its list among the best universities in Australia known particularly for its quality education and research. It holds an outstanding record for student satisfaction and graduate employability.