The University of Adelaide (CRICOS No. 00123M)
With more than 135 years of educational experience, the University of Adelaide is one of Australia’s most prestigious universities. The University of Adelaide is a member of the Group of Eight, a coalition of leading Australian universities, intensive in research and comprehensive in general and professional education. Our programs are underpinned by innovation and relevance and taught by high-quality staff who are national and international leaders in their fields.
Since its establishment in 1874, the University has developed a reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. From the start, the University of Adelaide has been one of Australia’s most progressive institutions. It was the first Australian university to grant degrees in science, the first to establish a Conservatorium of Music and the first to admit women to academic programs – in 1881.
The Australian National University (CRICOS No. 00120C)
The Australian National University is one of the world’s most highly-respected universities. It is and has been consistently ranked number one in Australia by QS World University Rankings.
The University is located in the heart of Canberra, the political and administrative centre of Australia. Unique among world capitals, Canberra is a small, vibrant city nestled amongst some of the country’s most beautiful natural environments. ANU has international links with leading universities in the US, UK, Europe and Asia. As the only Australian member of the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU), ANU students and staff have numerous opportunities for collaboration and exchange that contribute to the University's rich intellectual climate.
The University of Melbourne (CRICOS No. 00116K)
At the University of Melbourne you’ll gain an internationally recognised degree that will open doors to an outstanding future. You will be studying and interacting with some of the best students in the region.
You will be a member of a community of students from over 150 national backgrounds. You will join an alumni network of over 300,000 spread over 150 countries and 2,400 in Hong Kong.
Monash University (CRICOS No. 00008C)
Monash is ranked by the QS World University Ranking 2012 as being Number 61 in the world. Graduating with a degree from a university in the world’s top 100 (QS and Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012) adds significant value to our student’s resume. It’s global reputation ensures our graduates are recognised for their skills and talent – no matter where in the world they choose to pursue their dreams.
The University of New South Wales (CRICOS No. 00098G)
UNSW ranked 49h worldwide on the 2011 QS World University Rankings, one of five Australian institutions to make the top 50. UNSW consistently scores highly in a range of national and international rankings.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is the first university in the world to be awarded the QS 5 Star plus badge for excellence. UNSW’s impressive performance across all areas of the evaluation resulted in a 'Five Star' status across core areas of Research, Employability, Infrastructure and further advanced areas such as Internatioanlisation, Innovation and Engagement. There are more than 53,000 students currently studying at UNSW including over 12,000 international students, from 120 countries.
The University of Queensland (CRICOS No. 00025B)
Ranked among the top 100 universities in the world* The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia’s most highly ranked and awarded learning and research institutions. With a student population of more than 45,500 students, one in every four students is an international student. UQ is a founding member of the national Group of Eight, an alliance of research-strong "sandstone" universities committed to ensuring that Australia has higher education institutions that are genuinely world class, as well as a member of the global Universities 21, an alliance that enhances the quality of university outcomes through international benchmarking.
In the 2013 edition of the Good University Guide, UQ was awarded five-star ratings for positive graduate outcomes, student demand, research grants and staff qualifications. UQ also has achieved a Five Star Plus rating for excellence - the highest rating given to a university by QS Stars.
The University of Sydney (CRICOS No. 00026A)
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. We foster active engagement in the global exchange of ideas.
We will put you in touch with a world of possibilities through our international affiliations, industry and alumni mentoring programs and innovative partnerships.
In the 2014 Excellence in Research Australia report, 75 percent of almost 100 academic fields assessed at the University of Sydney performed above world standard. We are ranked in the top 25 universities in the world for humanities and social sciences, and in the top 50 for engineering and technologies by the respected Times Higher Education. The University’s Sydney Medical School is also one of the highest ranked medical schools in the Asia Pacific region.
The University of Western Australia (CRICOS No. 00126G)
Established in 1911, the University's ground-breaking research, quality academic staff and state-of-the-art facilities combine to offer a vibrant student experience. As Western Australia's premier university, UWA was equal first overall in Australia based on key measures in the Good Universities Guide 2013 including graduate starting salaries, employment prospects, research grants, research intensity and student demand.
The University of Western Australia ranks 96th in the world in the highly respected Shanghai-Jiao Tong University's Academic Ranking of World Universities, and has the highest ranking of any Australian universities in the field of life and agriculture sciences.