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Sydney 

City of Australia
City of Australia

The name of Australia’s biggest city tends to evoke images of beaches, surfing and drinking, all in the shadow of the nation’s most recognizable landmark, the Sydney Opera House. While Sydney may be famed for its party lifestyle, like many cities famous for their nightlife, it is also bohemian, creative, and intellectual.

If this sounds like your kind of environment, then universities in Sydney provide plenty of choice. Two of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight – the University of New South Wales (ranked 45th) and the University of Sydney (ranked 50th in the world) are based in the city, as well as a number of other institutions, including Macquarie University (joint 240th), the University of Technology, Sydney (176th) and the University of Western Sydney (551-600). 

Melbourne 

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City of Australia

Considered to be the cultural and multicultural capital of Australia, Melbourne is a good alternative for those who perhaps find Sydney a bit too brash – think of it as a sort of San Francisco to Sydney’s Los Angeles. However, it’s not a pretentious intellectual bubble either – Melbourne’s locals are known for their love of sport, and you won’t be left wanting in terms of nightlife. It is also notable for being one of Australia’s best-preserved cities architecturally. 

Universities in Melbourne include two Go8 institutions, the University of Melbourne (ranked joint 41st in the world) and Monash University (60th), as well as the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) (joint 247th), Deakin University (joint 293rd), La Trobe University (360th), and Swinburne University of Technology (421-430). 

Brisbane 

City of Australia
City of Australia
Australia’s third-largest city Brisbane is known for the friendliness of its locals – often considered to be a major factor in the city’s growth. Of course, friendliness alone isn’t enough to make a city, and it also has a thriving live music scene, a plethora of world-class cultural institutions and – of course – access to plenty of beautiful beaches.

Among universities in Brisbane, the most prominent is the University of Queensland (Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland), which ranks at joint 47th in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017. The other ranked institutions in the city are the Queensland University of Technology (joint 247th), and Griffith University (joint 325th). 

Perth 

City of Australia
City of Australia

If it’s the quiet life you’re after, then maybe Perth should be quite high up your shortlist. The city lies in splendid isolation on Australia’s west coast, and boasts a high volume of relatively unspoiled and quiet beaches. The city itself is uncrowded and peaceful. If you’re more into cafés, parks and peaceful beaches than all-night partying, then you and Perth might be a match made in heaven.

Universities in Perth include the University of Western Australia (ranked joint 93rd), Curtin University (262nd) and Murdoch University (501-550), and Perth is also the main location for one of Australia’s two private universities, University of Notre Dame Australia. 

Adelaide

City of Australia
City of Australia
Located in the midst of Australia’s chief wine-growing region, Adelaide is the capital of the region of South Australia. Like all of the cities listed here, Adelaide is a coastal city, so can offer the gold and blue shades which characterize Australia’s beaches, as well as the lush greenery which provides the setting for the region’s vineyards.

Unsurprisingly, given its location, Adelaide is noted for being a good city for lovers of food and drink. It is also, as a result of the many nature preserves and conservation areas which lie within spitting distance of the city, a good choice for lovers of nature and wildlife. Among universities in Adelaide, the highest-ranked is the University of Adelaide at joint 109th in the world rankings, followed by the University of South Australia (joint 279th) and Flinders University (551-600). 

Source: topuniversities

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