Study at the University in Australia

Australia has an excellent level of education in both private and public Universities and for this reason the country has acquired a reputation among international students who choose to undertake bachelor degrees, masters and doctorates.

The World University Rankings 2014-2015: Oceania

The World University Ranking took into account over 20,000 institutions worldwide. The top ranked Australian universities in this ranking are:

Ranking*     Institution       City  Overall score
33 University of Melbourne Melbourne
45 Australian National University Camberra
60 University of Sydney Sydney
65 University of Queensland Australia Brisbane
83 Monash University Melbourne
109 University of New South Wales Sydney
157 University of Western Australia Perth
164 University of Adelaide Adelaide
175 University of Auckland New Zealand
226 University of Technology, Sydney Sydney
251 The University of Newcastle Newcastle
251 University of Otago New Zealand
276 Queensland University of Technology Brisbane
276 University of South Australia Adelaide
276 Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand
276 University of Wollongong Wollongong
301 University of Canterbury New Zealand
301 Charles Darwin University Darwin
301 Deakin University Geelong
301 Macquarie University Mcquarie
351 Curtin University Perth
351 Murdoch University Perth
351 Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne
351 University of Waikato New Zealand
351 University of Western Sydney Sydney

According to a survey conducted by British Council, the 3 main reasons people choosedo undertake postgraduate studies abroad are:

  1. A higher quality education.
  2. An opportunity to live abroad in a different place than the country of origin.
  3. A professional improvement.

Taking as a reference the levels of qualifications, the university education system in Australia is designed so that students can enter university from various degrees and trace their path based on their own needs:


Some universities accept VET (certificates I- IV or Diploma) studies as credits for the homologation of subjects and to reduce the length of the program.

University degrees in Australia are:

Undergraduate Diploma – Bachelors degree. Basic level for different professionals: 3 – 5 years
Postgraduate Certificate. Intensive course based undergraduate degree: 6 months
Postgraduate Diploma. A level between the undergraduate degree and master’s degree: 1 – 2 years
Certified Master degree. Focused on the practical use of the field of study: 1 – 2 years
Certified Master degree. Focused on the practical use of the field of study: 3 – 6 years

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