Australia is the most coveted country for scholars in Asia and even other continents. The quality of their education is also not inferior to Europe. Evidently, in the QS World University Rankings 2018, there were 37 of the best universities in the world originating from Australia.
For those of you who are interested in continuing your studies to the land of kangaroos, here are 10 of Australia's best universities according to the QS World University Rankings.
1. Australian National University
Australian National University has consistently maintained its best titles to be ranked number one university in Australia and ranked 20th in the world.
It is located in the center of the capital city, Canberra and is the only university created by the Australian Parliament. The alumni of the Australian National University also had successful careers, including as prime minister of Australia.
2. University of Melbourne
The second oldest university in Australia which was founded in 1853, the University of Melbourne is ranked 41. The university has around 47,000 students. Including more than 12,000 international students, and has won nine Nobel prizes.
3. University of New South Wales
The University of New South Wales ranks 45th in the world and 3rd in Australia as the best university that has succeeded in producing many of the best graduates compared to other universities.
The University of New South Wales aims to become a ' Global University in Australia ' by 2025. Now the university has partnered with 200 other universities throughout the world.
4. University Of Queensland
Located in the center of Brisbane, Queensland University is a member of 'Group Of Eight', a coalition of university universities in Australia that is focused and responsible for conducting research innovations in finding HPV vaccines to prevent cervical cancer. The university is ranked 47th best in the world.
5. University of Sydney
The University of Sydney is Australia's oldest university and successfully occupies the position of the 50 best universities in the world. The university was founded in 1850. Now accommodating around 60,000 students, the campus is famous for its beautiful neo-gothic buildings.
The University of Sydney is also a member of the Group of Eight and offers a vast variety of programs compared to other Australian universities.
6. Monash University
The world-renowned and internationally renowned university is Monash University, located in Melbourne and founded in 1958.
Monash University operates the Malaysian campus and also in international centers such as Italy, India, and China and is ranked 60th.
7. University of Western Australia
This year, the University of Western Australia (UWA) is now ranked 93. Founded in 1911, UWA is located in Perth and is the first university in Western Australia. Now it has nearly 24,000 students enrolled in nine faculties.
8. University of Adelaide
Successfully ranked 109 in 2018, the University of Adelaide is the oldest university in Australia that was founded in 1874.
The University of Adelaide is also a member of the Group of Eight and the university has more than 25,000 students enrolled in five campuses, the state of South Australia.
9. University of Technology Sydney
The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) continues to improve its ranking position. Now ranked 176th in the world. Up 17 places from last year. UTS has advantages in several non-technological subjects such as nursing, art and design, sports and law.
10. University of Newcastle
This year's University of Newcastle (UON) is ranked 10th in Australian universities and ranked 224th in the world. Founded in 1965, UON is highly valued both in mining engineering, architecture, nursing, and sociology.