We have always known that Australia is an incredible place both to live and study, but this year’s Times Higher Education World Rankings have made it official.
We are excited to share with you that in 2015, 8 Australian universities were ranked in the top 200 universities in the world, and 22 in the top 400!
Almost all of these universities have ranked higher compared to last last year, which shows just how hard Australian universities are working to provide a world class education to students.
Amongst these highly ranked universities were the University of Melbourne (#33 — Australia’s top spot), Australian National University (#52), the University of Sydney (#56), the University of Queensland (#60), Monash University (#73) and the University of New South Wales (#82).
You can find out more about each of these institutions on the Institutions page of Spiible.com. Here you will find information on the different courses each institution offers, the prices of these programs and more! At Spiible, it is our mission to help you find the perfect course to match your interests.
The rankings were determined based on 13 different indicators, including teaching, research influence and of course international outlook. Australian universities love having a diverse mix of students to help develop incredible network connections and give students the opportunity to learn from and work with people from all over the world.
At Spiible, we believe Australian education is only going to continue to improve in the future and we are committed to helping international students who want to study here. Check out the Course Search tool on the website to find a course that’s right for you! Not only can we help you with enrolment, we’re also here to support you with organising your Australian visa, getting on your feet when you arrive and anything else you may need!
If you have any questions about this, or about any aspect of studying in Australia, please don’t hesitate to ask! Feel free to ask questions below in the comments section, or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help!
Words by Emma Armstrong