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Monash University

Monash University

When they’re not studying amidst lush green lawns (obviously a staple of Aussie unis, if you're reading your way through these write-ups), Monash students might be rubbing elbows with rock stars in a dingy Brunswick pub, or surfing some of the world’s best waves. Sports fans, fashionistas, foodies... more..

The Australian National University

Australian National University

Approximately one quarter of all student enrolments are international students. Reputation is a big pulling factor for ANU, since it can be found near the top of any ranking of Australian unis – and students from around the globe are drawn by the opportunity to have ANU credentials sparkle on their... more..

The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland seems to have it all: it’s one of Australia’s most respected teaching universities, it’s a research powerhouse and its campus grounds are spectacular. How can you go wrong? more..

The University of Melbourne

University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is a stone’s throw away from one of the most youthful, innovative, and exciting cities to live in at the moment. It’s difficult to find a good reason not to live here - and even more difficult to pass up the opportunity to spend your university days living it up at this... more..

University of Sydney

University of Sydney

The University of Sydney student is a happy student. A very, very happy student. The combination of prestige, variety and location seems persuasive enough to win over the most cantankerous sorts. In fact, it’s hard to coax even the mildest complaint out of a Sydney student. more..

 

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