The two most popular destinations to study abroad for any student are USA and UK by a long distance. There is no denying that these two countries have the best universities in the world. From the Harvards to the Oxfords of the world, they are all in these countries. A customary glance of the Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings will reveal that most slots in their Top 250 are occupied by British and American Universities. However, with reasons beyond the control of an aspiring student like Brexit and the Trump Presidency, a significant number of students are evaluating their choice of studying in the US or UK. They are choosing destinations like Australia and New Zealand which have gained a lot of popularity among Indian students in the last decade.
The best universities in Australia and New Zealand all fall within the top 250 universities in the world, according to the THE World University Rankings 2015-16.
Australia dominates the list of the regions’ 11 best universities, with eight universities all ranked among the best 150 in the world, and one university in the top 250.
|University of Melbourne||Australia||33|
|Australian National University||Australia||52|
|University of Sydney||Australia||56|
|University of Queensland||Australia||60|
|University of New South Wales||Australia||82|
|University of Western Australia||Australia||109|
|University of Adelaide||Australia||150|
|University of Auckland||New Zealand||173|
|University of Otago||New Zealand||201-250|
|University of Technology Sydney||Australia||201-250|
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