text.skipToContent text.skipToNavigation
Call us: 1800 102 2233 (9am – 7pm) | COVID-19 updates!

THE Ranking of Australian universities

Where does your university ranks? Check now! 

The Times Education Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings is an annual publication of university rankings by the Times Higher Education magazine. It is one of the three most popular rankings in the world along with QS World Ranking and Academic Ranking of World Universities.

The influencers under the THE ranking include teaching (30%), research (30%), citation (30%), industry connections (2.5%), and international outlook (7.5%). This year, Pricewaterhouse Coopers (also known as PwC), a multinational professional service has audited the ranking calculation, making THE the only ranking system to be subjected to independent scrutiny. 

This comparative table shows where Australian universities rank on the world map:

THE Ranking of Australian Universities

S.No.

Institution

THE Ranking 2020 (within Australia)

THE Ranking 2020 (Globally)

THE Ranking 2019 (Globally)

1

University of Melbourne

1

32

32

2

Australian National University

2

50

49

3

University of Sydney

3

60

59

4

University of Queensland

4

66

69

5

University of New South Wales

5

71

96

6

Monash University

6

75

84

7

University of Adelaide

7

120

135

8

University of Western Australia

8

131

134

9

Queensland University of Technology

9

179

201–250

10

University of Canberra

10

193

251–300

Source: *https://www.timeshighereducation.com/student/best-universities/best-universities-australia
*https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2019/world-ranking#!/page/0/length/25/sort_by/rank/sort_order/asc/cols/stats

Find out where these Australian universities rank on the QS charts.

Schedule my free appointment

Updated on March 5, 2020


 Recommended articles

Study abroad intakes

Most universities offer two major intakes for students aspiring to study abroad – Spring and fall. Know all about it.

Explore scholarships

Governments and universities have many scholarship programs designed to help international students fund their studies. Explore! .

Ask IDP

I have 58 % from a good college but the course I want to apply, requires 60 % cut-off, will my application be accepted?
by Ridhhi
There is no harm in applying as the universities consider students profile on case by case basis, also the UK universities are flexible so there are chances of the application might get accepted
what is the average tuition fee for studying in Dublin?
by Ashish
The tuition fees will range between 18000-24000 Euros depending on the Course type and duration
Which are the best university in London for computer science engineering
by Rohit
For Computer science engineering: University of Warwick, University of Glasgow, University of Bristol, University of Southampton, Queens University Belfast, University of Leeds

Please select a level of study

Enter subject, choose from the list or hit search

  • Start typing, choose from the list or hit search

  • Enter subject, choose from the list or or hit search

Please type and select an institution

  • Type 3 characters of a university name and select from the list

  • Enter a university or school name and select from the list