Australian universities stay strong in world rankings

The latest university rankings are out!

QS World University Rankings 2016/17 has just released the latest world university rankings, and four of OzTREKK’s Australian universities were out to represent and held strong in the top 100. In fact, they are all within the top 470, and considering there are more than 10,000 universities around the world, this is a big deal!

Australian universities stay strong in world rankings
Meet Australian university representatives—join us for the Study in Australia Fairs this Fall!

  • University of Melbourne at #42
  • University of Sydney at #46
  • University of Queensland at #51
  • Monash University at #65
Once again, the University of Melbourne holds strong near the top of the list, closely followed by the Sydney and the UQ. In fact, all of our Australian university partners fared well, and we are proud to represent them.

The University of Sydney has again been named in the top 50 universities in the world, with a formal ranking of 46 in the latest QS World University Rankings. Sydney’s result confirms its place among the world’s leading research and educational institutions. It also underscores the university’s consistent strength among its peers over the past decade, despite the increasingly intense competition in the global higher education sector.

“We’re delighted that so many of our colleagues around the world think highly of our research and teaching,” said Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Duncan Ivison.

University of Queensland Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Peter Høj, while acknowledging that minor shifts in individual rankings of the world’s more than 10,000 universities would occur from year to year, said the result continues to demonstrate the hard work of UQ’s staff and students, and research achievements.

“Having globally recognised universities is incredibly important for Australia’s higher education exports,” he said. “It’s also a great result for Queensland, which is looking to diversify its economy through greater innovation and collaboration between top researchers and industry.”

Meet staff member  from these prestigious universities!

Would you like to meet faculty members from these top universities? Every fall, OzTREKK hosts Study in Australia fairs across Canada. Beginning Thursday, September 22 in Vancouver, all of OzTREKK’s Australian universities will be participating in the fairs, sending staff from Australia to Canada to advise students (and their parents!) about their study options in Australia. These fairs are free of charge and everyone is welcome to attend!


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