Australian universities globally ranked - Times Higher Education ranked the top 1000 universities in the world by four performance indicators. Check out the Australian universities that made it into the top 500 in the world.
401-500. Swinburne University of Technology - Swinburne University of Technology ranked at 61 in the Young University Rankings 2017 (universities under 50 years old) and ranked in the 401-500 block in the Times Higher Education list.
201-250. University of Technology Sydney - University of Technology Sydney was the top Australian university that made it into the Young University Rankings 2017, ranking at 15. The Sydney university ranked at 201-250 out of the top 1000 universities in the world.
111. University of Western Australia - Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke attended University of Western Australia, and two faculty members won the 2005 Nobel Prize in Medicine for research they completed through the university.
85. University of New South Wales - Robert William "Bob" Bellear was the second Aboriginal Australian to graduate from University of New South Wales and later became the first Aboriginal Australian judge in 1996.
61. University of Sydney - University of Sydney's Law School alumni includes the only two Australians to hold the position of President of the United Nations General Assembly and President of the International Court of Justice.
48. Australian National University - Australian National University has contributed to one chancellor and five graduates receiving Nobel Prizes since being established in 1946 by the Parliament of Australia.