Australia - General information
CurrencyAustralian Dollar
Foreigner students23.9%
Statistics - Education
Popularity rating in the world3
Ranking of universities in the world3
Academic Reputation 5
Employer Reputation 4
Quality of teaching 28
International Faculty 3
International Students 4
Citations per Faculty 4
Statistics - Universities
Universities in top 100 7
Universities in top 200 8
Universities in top 500 23
Universities in top 1000 33
Universities in top 5000 41
Cost of living in Australia, USD/month
Accommodation 398 594
Food 225 441
Transportation 79 185
Communications and utilities 96 102
Clothing 26 97
Sports and leisure 30 104
Accommodation in Australia, USD/month
Shared room outside of centre402
Shared room in city centre600
1 bedroom apartment outside of centre795
1 bedroom apartment in city centre1,080
Location on map - Australia
A distinctive feature of Australian universities is a high academic level of teaching, where great attention is paid to the practical side of learning.
Among the variety of Australian universities, one can choose the future alma mater. Australian universities are located throughout the continent; the largest number of them are located in the "university" cities of Australia - Sydney, Melbourne, which are also the largest cities in Australia.

Full list of universities in Autralia

321University of MelbourneMelbourne30,537 USD30,537 USD
372Australian National UniversityCanberra25,214 USD27,768 USD
473University of QueenslandBrisbane23,243 USD24,957 USD
594University of SydneySydney31,928 USD32,688 USD
605University of New South WalesSydney31,641 USD31,277 USD
746Monash UniversityMelbourne27,747 USD28,811 USD
917University of Western AustraliaPerth27,367 USD27,367 USD
1268University of AdelaideAdelaide25,086 USD27,367 USD
2129Macquarie UniversitySydney17,000 USD29,381 USD
21710University of WollongongWollongong22,045 USD24,326 USD

Which university to choose?

The oldest universities are named in honor of the states and major cities of Australia: University of Sydney, University of Melburne, University of Odelaide, University of Quinsland, University of WEST Australia.
Young universities, as part of their development, are using the experience of the older universities, as well as trying to integrate innovative learning technologies. If you are focused on working in large companies or just want to be in the spotlight, it is advisable to go to study in these cities.
Education in small provincial towns is more economical, as well as some universities offer training in highly specialized areas – the one can go there to acquire a particular profession, such as, an agronomist or ecologist of narrow specialization.

Ranking of Australian universities

321University of MelbourneAustraliaMelbourne30,537 USD30,537 USD
372Australian National UniversityAustraliaCanberra25,214 USD27,768 USD
473University of QueenslandAustraliaBrisbane23,243 USD24,957 USD
594University of SydneyAustraliaSydney31,928 USD32,688 USD
605University of New South WalesAustraliaSydney31,641 USD31,277 USD
746Monash UniversityAustraliaMelbourne27,747 USD28,811 USD
917University of Western AustraliaAustraliaPerth27,367 USD27,367 USD
1268University of AdelaideAustraliaAdelaide25,086 USD27,367 USD
2129Macquarie UniversityAustraliaSydney17,000 USD29,381 USD
21710University of WollongongAustraliaWollongong22,045 USD24,326 USD

Specificity of Australian universities

When choosing a university, the student must take into consideration not only the tuition fee and geographical location of the campus, but also the orientation of the course he is interest in: practical or research.
Most universities in Australia are public, which adhere to common standards and offer a similar set of courses, but there is still a difference between them (universities). The main advantages of the old universities are prestige, focus on research and bias on strong theoretical knowledge more than on practical. According to statistics, the old universities’ students are mostly children from wealthy families. Graduates tend to have a higher chance to get high-paid and influential positions.

Why choose Australian colleges - TAFE?

Australian colleges are training their students on a wide range of specialties (majors). Public colleges combined in TAFE, are considered as more prestigious.
The big advantage of enrolling in the Australian colleges is that there are lower admission requirements for a foreign applicant. In case if you are planning to continue your education at the university, while studying in college, teachers will bring the students’ knowledge and skills to the required level . By choosing this path, the student can save money and time significantly, because after graduating from college he can be transferred directly to the second or third year of a partner university.

Our help in choosing an Australian University

In addition, you can decide on a specialty during training, as the important feature of studying in Australian colleges is that students move from one program to another without passing exams.
Aside from that, there are many subtleties of choosing an educational institution. Our consultants will help you to find your program in a variety of educational institutions and programs, providing detailed information for selecting university.