As an international Masters student, you’ll have the chance to take advantage of the unique educational opportunities that its universities offer and join more than 370,000 other students in Australia every year.
Why study a Masters in Australia?
World-class reputation – There are six Australian universities among the world’s top 100 (according to Times Higher Education), reflecting the country’s academic excellence.
Unique research opportunities – Australia’s oceans and beaches may be famous as a surfer’s paradise, but they also offer unparalleled potential for environmental science research. After all, how many other countries give their marine biologists the chance to explore the Great Barrier Reef?
Internationally recognised courses - Modelled on the British degree system, Australian Masters degrees are respected around the world.
Fantastic climate and quality of life – Along with enviable year-round sunshine, Australia enjoys its status as one of the world’s safest and most stable countries.
There are over 40 universities in Australia. The majority are public institutions, administered and funded by the Australian federal government. Some maintain multiple campuses, but most are located within specific cities – with the greatest concentration on the eastern coast.
We’ve looked at the top five universities in Australia according to some of the most popular world university rankings. To help you make sense of these rankings we have a guide on how to use postgraduate university rankings.