Top 8 leading universities in Australia
List of top 8 universities List of leading universities in Australia (Australia)
Australian National University (Australia National Univesity)
Australia National Univesity (ANU) is the only Australian university established by the Federal Parliament Act of 1946, which is one of the leading research centers in Australia. The main institute of the school is located in Canberra with an area of 145 hectares including dormitories, laboratories, lecture halls, etc.
With many diverse and diverse training disciplines, students can choose for themselves such as Business, Economics, Law, Information Technology, Science, Asia & Pacific Studies, Machine Science Computing & Engineering, Arts & Social Sciences ...
Entry requirements: Vietnamese students graduate from high school with good academic or higher, have IELTS of 6.5 or above (no skill below 6.0)
Monash University (Monash University)
Monash University was founded in 1958 with more than 50,000 registered students. The school operates six different locations in Victoria with facilities at: Berwick, Caulfield, Peninsula, Clayton, Gippsland and Parkville equipped with modern equipment, up to international standards.
Monash teaches a variety of majors that are compatible with the innovation of the times across 10 faculties of the school: Arts and Design, Information Technology, Literature, Law, Economics and Business Administration, Science health - nursing and science, Medicine, Education, Pharmacy, Engineer.
Entry requirements: Graduated from high school with an average score of at least 8 and 8.5 or 9. Graduation exam with IELTS from 6.5, TOEFLiBT 79 (L12, R13, W21, S18), PTE Academic 58 ( no PTE communication skills below 50).
The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne is a public university institution in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Founded in 1853, this is the 2nd oldest higher education institution in Australia and the oldest in Victoria. In addition to the Parkville main campus just north of downtown, Melbourne has many other campuses scattered across the state.
The University of Melbourne has always been at the top of the best universities in Australia and among the best universities in the world, especially in biology sciences, medicine and information technology.
Melbourne has a total of 10 faculties: the Faculty of Architecture, Construction and Planning, the Arts, the Faculty of Economics and Commerce, the Faculty of Economics and Commerce, the Faculty of Technology, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Medicine and the Health Sciences , Department of Natural Sciences, Department of Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture, Victoria College of Art and Melbourne Conservatory of Music.
Prerequisite: An average of 8.5 or higher and an IELTS score of 6.5 in which no score below 6 or another English test score will be accepted.
The University of New South Wales (The University of New South Wales)
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) was founded in 1949. The school is based in Kensington, a suburb of Sydney. According to the world academic rankings, UNSW is one of the best universities in Australia and in the top 100 in the world.
Its graduates are sought after by employers - they have the highest average starting salary compared to other universities in NSW, according to the 2012 Australian Graduation Survey.
The University has a total of 8 faculties: the Faculty of Business, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, the School of Built Environment UNSW, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Art and Design, the Arts and Social Sciences.
Entry requirements: minimum IELTS score of 6.5 and minimum TOEFL ITB of 90.
The University of Queensland (The University of Queensland)
The University of Queensland is a public university, founded in 1909. The university has a student population of about 40,000, including 6,500 international students. UQ is also a founding member of G8.
The school operates in three campuses: St. Lucia campus, Gatton campus renowned for its academic and academic courses in agriculture and related sciences and the Ipswich campus. With the exception of its campus at Ipswich, the University of Queensland provides accommodation for students on campus.
The school has a total of 10 faculties: the Faculty of Construction and Planning, the Faculty of Business, the Department of Innovation - Design and Performance, the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Engineering, the Department of Health and Community, the Faculty of Information Technology Information, Faculty of Languages - English and transfer programs, Faculty of Law and Court, Faculty of Science and Mathematics.
Entry requirements: minimum IELTS score of 6.5, minimum score of 6.0.
The University of Sydney
The University of Sydney was founded in 1850 and is the oldest university in Australia. The University of Sydney is also one of the most prestigious universities in the world (ranked 25th in the world academic rankings) and has an excellent reputation for excellence in education. The University of Sydney has many students and students receive prestigious Nobel and Crafoord awards.
The University of Sydney has the following faculties and you can choose to study 1-2 programs in these faculties: Department of Agriculture and Environment, Department of Architecture, Department of Design and Planning, Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, Faculty of Business, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Education and Social Work, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Health, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Midwifery Department, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Arts, Faculty Veterinary
Entry requirements: Finish grade 11 or 12, average score of 6.5 or higher, IELTS 5.0 or study English in Australia.
The University of Western Australia (The University of Western Australia)
The University of Western Australia was established by the Parliament of Western Australia in 1913. It is always ranked first or second in the ranking of the top universities in Australia and in the top 100 universities with the quality of training. Create the best in the world.
The university is currently affiliated with some of the best research institutes in Western Australia and has been a member of the G8 team since its inception. There are currently about 25,000 students studying at the University of Western Australia, of which undergraduate students are 19,000 and graduate is 6,000.
The University has a total of 12 faculties: the Faculty of Architecture and Applied Arts, the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Business, the Faculty of Computer and Software Engineering, the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Music, Department of Agriculture, Department of Psychology.
Entry requirements: minimum IELTS score of 6.5, minimum TOEFL IBT of 82.
The University Of Adelaide
The University of Adelaide is a public university in Adelaide, founded in 1874 and the third oldest university in Australia. The school currently has 25,000 students. The University of Western Australia is a great choice for international students because of its excellent teaching quality and service.
The University of Adelaide is located in the city of Adelaide - the capital of South Australia, a friendly, safe city and lower cost of living than most other major cities in Australia such as Sydney and Melbourne.
The University has many faculties for students to choose from: Law, Science, Economics, Finance, Mechanical Engineering, Art, Commerce, Information Technology, Environmental Management, Politics, Communication Information, Psychology ...
Entrance requirements: IELTS 6.0 (writing and speaking no less than 6 and reading, listening no less than 5.5), good academic or higher.