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Top 10 Australian Universities 2015

If you plan on studying overseas, Australia has a lot of excellent universities to consider! With courses in English and a wonderful country to explore, these top-ranked Australian colleges can definitely provide excellent opportunities for students.

Here are the top 10 Australian universities:

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1. University of Melbourne

Ranked 41st in the world, the University of Melbourne is the best—and one of the oldest—universities in the country. The university has produced seven Nobel Laureates, five Governors-General, and four Prime Ministers. It is also home to the Melbourne Medical School, the Melbourne Law School, and the Melbourne Business School, three of the top graduate schools in the country. The cost of tuition for international undergrad students ranges from AUD$20,000 to AUD$80,000—depending on the course.

2. Australian National University

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This public university is constantly vying with the University of Melbourne for the top spot. More than 20,000 undergrad and postgrad students attend every year, and it was ranked 25th in the world by QS World University Rankings in 2014. Six Nobel laureates have graduated from ANU, and it has one of the highest admission rates in the country. Tuition for international students ranges from AUD$26,000 to AUD$33,000.

3. University of Queensland

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The University of Queensland is a public research university renowned for being in the top one percent of colleges around the world. It’s also the oldest and most exclusive college in the state of Queensland, and was founded in 1906. Tuition for local students currently costs AUD$10,000 per semester.

4. University of New South Wales

The University of New South is one of the best-regarded universities in Australia. It offers international exchange programs with more than 200 other universities around the world, making it an ideal destination for students planning to study abroad. International students pay between $11,000 and $12,600 in tuition per semester.

5. Monash University

Monash is the second oldest university in Victoria, and the only Australian university to be a member of the M8 Alliance of Academic Health Centers, Universities and National Academies—a global network of institutions focused on education and research. It is home to more than 62,000 students, with more than 100 research centers. Tuition for international students costs from AUD$43,000 to $50,000 per year.

6. University of Sydney

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The University of Sydney was the very first university in the country, founded way back in 1850. It is a member of a number of international education and research organizations, and its 16 different schools offer graduate level courses to nearly 50,000 students. The cost of tuition for 6 credit points is AUD$3,445 to AUD$4,816 for domestic students, or AUD$4,375 to AUD$5,388 for international students.

7. University of Western Australia

University of Western Australia

The University of Western Australia is primarily focused on research and it is the oldest university in the state of Western Australia. It was ranked 89th in the entire world in 2014, and has produced a Prime Minister, a Nobel Prize laureate, and 100 Rhodes Scholars. Tuition for domestic undergraduate students costs from AUD$6,000 to AUD$8,200 per year.

8. University of Adelaide

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Founded back in 1874, this is the third oldest college in the country and it is one of the top one percent universities in the entire world. One of the most prestigious schools in the country, 104 Rhodes Scholars and 5 Nobel Laureates have passed through the halls of Adelaide Uni. Annual tuition for the 2016 school year will cost international students between AUD$29,500 to AUD$36,000.

9. Queensland University of Technology

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For students interested in technology, the Queensland University of Technology is one of the top public research colleges in the country. Over 6,000 international students attend QUT every year, along with 40,000 undergrad and postgrad students from Australia. It offers courses in Business, Education, Law, Health, Creative Industries, and Science and Engineering. Tuition fees are roughly $13,000 per semester.

10. University of Technology, Sydney

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UTS can trace its roots back to the 1870s, though its current form was only founded in 1988. It offers courses in Law, Science and Engineering, Health, Business, Arts, Social Sciences, IT, Design, and Architecture. Tuition for international students ranges from AUD$20,000 to AUD$34,000 per year.

See Also: How to Immigrate to Australia

If you’re looking for a university to attend, these are the top Australian colleges for you!

Do you attend one of these top Australian universities, or have you done so in the past? Share your thoughts and experiences with us in the comments section below!

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