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The University of Queensland (UQ) has also moved up this year, and is now ranked within the global top 50 (it’s joint 47th). Mainly located in Brisbane, UQ is a founding member of the Group of Eight, a coalition of research-intensive Australian universities which are responsible for such innovations as the invention of the HPV vaccine to prevent cervical cancer.
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University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney) was established in 1949 and has produced more millionaires than any other Australian university. Aiming to be “Australia’s global university” by 2025, UNSW Sydney is currently partnered with over 200 universities around the world.
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The second-oldest university in Australia (founded in 1853), the University of Melbourne is ranked joint 41st this year alongside South Korea’s KAIST. The university has around 47,000 students, including more than 12,000 international students, and has been associated with nine Nobel Prize winners – the most of any Australian university.
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Australian National University (ANU) is consistently Australia’s highest-ranked institution. ANU is located in the country’s capital, Canberra, and is the only university to be created by the Parliament of Australia. Among its alumni are two Australian prime ministers.
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University of Sydney is the oldest Australian university, having been established in 1850. Now hosting around 60,000 students, the university’s campus is noted for its beautiful neo-gothic buildings. Also a member of the Group of Eight, the university offers the broadest range of programs of any Australian university.