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Top 10 Australian Universities

International enrollment in Australia is on the rise. It is thus not surprising that Australian colleges and universities are ranked among the Top 50 worldwide. Some best universities are:
1. Australian National University
Australian National University is an open research university that was founded in 1946. In 1960, it began offering undergraduate degrees.
2. University of Sydney
The University of Sydney is an open research university that was founded in 1850 and is regarded as one of the best universities in the world.
3. University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne, which was established by Hugh Culling Eardley Childers in 1853, is the second-oldest institution of higher learning and research.
4. University of New South Wales
UNSW, which was founded in 1949, is an open research institution that was created with the aim of meeting the evolving technological demands.
5. University of Queensland
UQ, one of Australia's top teaching and research institutions with a priority on teaching excellence.
6. Monash University
Monash University, an open university founded in 1958, includes research centres in China, India, and other nations, including Italy (Prato).
7. University of Western Australia
The University of Western Australia is a 160-acre public research university that opened its doors in 1911.
8. University of Adelaide
The University of Adelaide is an open university and is one of the oldest in Australia, having been founded in 1874.
9. University of Technology Sydney
A public research university, UTS provides approximately 210 postgraduate and 130 undergraduate programmes in a range of subject areas.
10. University of Wollongong
UOW has five faculties: Engineering and Information Sciences, Law, Business, Science, Medicine and Health, Social Sciences, Humanities, and the Arts.
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