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Australia’s Top Ten Universities for 2016

Jenni_iRemitJenni_iRemit MandaluyongPosts: 35Member
We’ve done a few short profiles on Australia’s top universities here and here, so there’s no doubt that Oz is a great option for anyone who wants to study abroad. There’s also the fact that student visa’s are a great way to get your migration process going. That, and they enable you to get a feel of living in the country for a few years to see if the Aussie life is really for you.

Thanks to Australia’s acceptance of multiculturalism, there’s a good number of international students on just about every campus. As of 2015, their population has been at its highest since 1994, so many schools and universities have programs that assist international students with adjusting to life in a whole new country.

Ever thought about expanding your academic horizons in Australia? Go on and take your pick from this year’s ten best universities Down Under:

1. University of Melbourne (Ranked 89th worldwide)
Address: Parkville VIC 3010, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 35,008
Website: http://www.unimelb.edu.au/

2. University of Sydney (Ranked 95th worldwide)
Address: New South Wales 2006, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 33,960
Website: https://sydney.edu.au/

3. University of Queensland (Ranked 99th worldwide)
Address: St Lucia QLD 4072, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 31,920
Website: https://www.uq.edu.au/

4. University of New South Wales (Ranked 117th worldwide)
Address: Sydney NSW 2052, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 16,016
Website: https://www.unsw.edu.au/

5. Monash University (Ranked 143rd worldwide)
Address: Wellington Rd & Blackburn Rd, Clayton VIC 3800, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 37,050
Website: http://www.monash.edu/

6. Australian National University (Ranked 160th worldwide)
Address: Canberra ACT 0200, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 28,678
Website: http://www.anu.edu.au/

7. University of Western Australia (Ranked 213th worldwide)
Address: 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 28,380
Website: http://www.uwa.edu.au/

8. University of Adelaide (Ranked 319th worldwide)
Address: Adelaide SA 5005, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 8,768
Website: https://www.adelaide.edu.au/

9. Macquarie University (Ranked 448th worldwide)
Address: Sydney NSW 2109, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 26,596.50
Website: https://www.mq.edu.au/

10. University of Wollongong (Ranked 455th worldwide)
Address: Northfields Ave, Wollongong NSW 2522, Australia
Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 26,000
Website: https://www.uow.edu.au/index.html

One of my high school teachers once said that if we get the chance to educate ourselves in a different country, we should grasp it with both hands, but come back and apply all the good things we learned upon coming home.

Education is indeed the best gift you can give to anyone, especially to yourself, and studying abroad gives you the chance to learn a lot of things, both inside and outside of the classroom. Given how all the universities on this list are considered to be world-class, it will certainly be good for our country if our citizens pick up some useful lessons there and then use them back home to make life a whole lot easier for those who couldn’t make the trip.

For more interesting articles, please visit www.iremit.com.au.

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  • Jenni_iRemitJenni_iRemit Mandaluyong
    Posts: 35Member
    Joined: Feb 19, 2016
    For more interesting articles, please visit www.iremit.com.au.
  • Jenni_iRemitJenni_iRemit Mandaluyong
    Posts: 35Member
    Joined: Feb 19, 2016
    Which university you prefer to study?
  • LucieLucie Mandaluyong
    Posts: 25Member
    Joined: May 06, 2016
    @Jenni_iRemit Hi! I am looking at Deakin University, RMIT, and University of South Australia. Do you know which among this 3 is a Level 1 education provider?
  • Jenni_iRemitJenni_iRemit Mandaluyong
    Posts: 35Member
    Joined: Feb 19, 2016

    We’ve done a few short profiles on Australia’s top universities here and here, so there’s no doubt that Oz is a great option for anyone who wants to study abroad. There’s also the fact that student visa’s are a great way to get your migration process going. That, and they enable you to get a feel of living in the country for a few years to see if the Aussie life is really for you.

    Thanks to Australia’s acceptance of multiculturalism, there’s a good number of international students on just about every campus. As of 2015, their population has been at its highest since 1994, so many schools and universities have programs that assist international students with adjusting to life in a whole new country.

    Ever thought about expanding your academic horizons in Australia? Go on and take your pick from this year’s ten best universities Down Under:

    1. University of Melbourne (Ranked 89th worldwide)
    Address: Parkville VIC 3010, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 35,008
    Website: http://www.unimelb.edu.au/

    2. University of Sydney (Ranked 95th worldwide)
    Address: New South Wales 2006, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 33,960
    Website: https://sydney.edu.au/

    3. University of Queensland (Ranked 99th worldwide)
    Address: St Lucia QLD 4072, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 31,920
    Website: https://www.uq.edu.au/

    4. University of New South Wales (Ranked 117th worldwide)
    Address: Sydney NSW 2052, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 16,016
    Website: https://www.unsw.edu.au/

    5. Monash University (Ranked 143rd worldwide)
    Address: Wellington Rd & Blackburn Rd, Clayton VIC 3800, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 37,050
    Website: http://www.monash.edu/

    6. Australian National University (Ranked 160th worldwide)
    Address: Canberra ACT 0200, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 28,678
    Website: http://www.anu.edu.au/

    7. University of Western Australia (Ranked 213th worldwide)
    Address: 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 28,380
    Website: http://www.uwa.edu.au/

    8. University of Adelaide (Ranked 319th worldwide)
    Address: Adelaide SA 5005, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 8,768
    Website: https://www.adelaide.edu.au/

    9. Macquarie University (Ranked 448th worldwide)
    Address: Sydney NSW 2109, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 26,596.50
    Website: https://www.mq.edu.au/

    10. University of Wollongong (Ranked 455th worldwide)
    Address: Northfields Ave, Wollongong NSW 2522, Australia
    Average undergraduate tuition and fees for international students: AUD 26,000
    Website: https://www.uow.edu.au/index.html

    One of my high school teachers once said that if we get the chance to educate ourselves in a different country, we should grasp it with both hands, but come back and apply all the good things we learned upon coming home.

    Education is indeed the best gift you can give to anyone, especially to yourself, and studying abroad gives you the chance to learn a lot of things, both inside and outside of the classroom. Given how all the universities on this list are considered to be world-class, it will certainly be good for our country if our citizens pick up some useful lessons there and then use them back home to make life a whole lot easier for those who couldn’t make the trip.

    For more interesting articles, please visit www.iremit.com.au.

    Source: https://iremit.com.au/australias-top-ten-universities-for-2016/
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