When it comes to world university rankings, Australia has a strong, proven track record. Across all global ranking systems, criteria and fields of study, Australia University ranking highly for quality of education, student satisfaction, and global reputation.
There are a number of university ranking systems in use around the world, three commonly used rankings are:
- Academic Ranking of World Universities (opens in a new window)
- QS World University Rankings (opens in a new window)
- Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings (opens in a new window)
In fact, eight of Australia’s universities feature in the top 100 ranked universities in the world in the latest QS ranking (2014-15). And if you have a specific study area of interest, there is every chance Australia has you covered, with at least three Australian universities in the top 50 worldwide across the study areas of Arts and Humanities, Engineering and Technologies, Natural Sciences, Life Sciences and Medicine and Social Sciences and Management.
There are over 150 higher education institutions to choose from in the UK University Ranking, and it is important you know all the facts on where to go and what to study before applying. Trusted university rankings include those published by The Times, Guardian, QS World University Rankings and Complete University Guide. Some important factors to consider about when choosing a UK university include:
- University ranking
- Subject ranking
- Cost of living
- Student satisfaction
- Research ranking
- Percentage of international students
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