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There has been a large increase in the number of universities in Australia since the 1980s – there are currently 43 universities in Australia – nearly a quarter of these are ranked in the top 200 Universities in the world. In 2011 University of Melbourne was ranked 37th, ANU, 38thh, University of Sydney 58th and  University of Queensland 74th.  For certain subjects world rankings can be much higher. University of Melbourne is rated top 4 in the world for graduate employability.

Many International students come to study in Australia to complete their studies. If you are an Australian permanent resident you will only be required to pay part of the cost of your studies with the federal government assisting with the rest. These students can pay the fees required in full each year or can use a student loan scheme – Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) which allows students to repay their loan once their income after graduation rises above $28,000 per annum.  If you are not a permanent resident, you will be required to pay the annual fees in full.  For students who do not hold an Australian passport there can also be additional fees on top of those Australian passport holders pay for university fees.

 

Universities in Sydney and NSW

Australian Catholic University www.acu.edu.au

University of New south Wales www.unsw.edu.au

University of Sydney www.sydney.edu.au

University of Newcastle www.newcastle.edu.au

University of Notre Dame www.nd.edu.au

Charles Sturt University www.csu.edu.au

Macquarie University www.mq.edu.au

Sothern Cross University www.scu.edu.au

University of Wollongong www.uow.edu.au

University of Technology www.uts.edu.au

Sothern Cross University www.scu.edu.au

University of New England www.une.edu.au






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