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  • The University of Sydney

    Camperdown NSW 2006, Australia

    International students: 32%

    As the first university to be established in Australasia, the University of Sydney consistently ranks as one of Australia’s top universities. We aim to create and sustain a university that will, for the benefit of both Australia and the wider world, maximise the potential of the brightest researchers and most promising students, whatever their social or cultural background.

  • Victoria University of Wellington

    Kelburn, Wellington 6012, New Zealand

    International students: 20%

    The Victoria University of Wellington was established in 1897 and was named after Queen Victoria as this was the year of the 60th anniversary of her coronation. Situated in New Zealand’s vibrant, entrepreneurial capital city, Victoria University of Wellington offers students the opportunity to benefit from University connections to industries, government and research organisations strategically located in the capital.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    John St, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia

    International students: 25%

    Swinburne University of Technology (Swinburne) is an Australian public university based in Melbourne. Founded in 1908 as a technical college, the institution received official university status in the early 1990s. Frequently performing well in the rankings of universities under 50 years old, Swinburne has a reputation for preparing graduates for life in the working world as well as for its research in science and technology.

  • University of Auckland

    Auckland, 1010, New Zealand

    International students: 29%

    The University of Auckland is the largest university in New Zealand, located in the country's largest city, Auckland. Established in 1883 as a constituent college of the University of New Zealand, the university is made up of eight faculties over six campuses(five in Auckland and one in Whangarei in the Northland Region).

  • University of Technology, Sydney

    15 Broadway, Ultimo NSW 2007, Australia

    International students: 37%

    UTS is a dynamic and cosmopolitan University, with the largest campus in the vibrant inner-city of Sydney. One of our key strengths is the social and cultural diversity of our students, staff and partners in the professions and the community.

  • Massey University

    Palmerston North, Auckland (Albany), Wellington, New Zealand

    International students: 29%

    Massey University began in 1927 as a small agricultural college in Palmerston North. In the last 40 years, it has continued growing, to become New Zealand's largest residential university, spread over three cities(Palmerston North, Albany and Wellington). It is unique in that it delivers research-led teaching and research training across all three campuses.

  • Monash University

    Scenic Blvd, Clayton VIC 3800, Australia

    International students: 28%

    Monash University is Australia’s largest and most international university. Its extensive educational offering, delivered via our 10 faculties, includes undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses. Monash is a research-intensive university, known for some significant and lasting discoveries that have delivered impact beyond the academic community.

  • Auckland University of Technology

    55 Wellesley St E, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand

    International students: 42%

    Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is a university in New Zealand, formed on 1 January 2000 when a former technical college (originally established in 1895) was granted university status. It has five faculties across three campuses in Auckland: City, North, and South campuses, and an additional three specialist locations: AUT Millennium, Warkworth Radio Astronomical Observatory and AUT Centre for Refugee Education.

  • Charles Darwin University

    Ellengowan Dr, Casuarina NT 0810, Australia

    International students: 32%

    Charles Darwin University (CDU) is founded on 50 years of delivering tertiary education in the Northern Territory (NT), Australia. CDU is the NT's largest tertiary institution, with campuses in the Darwin suburb of Casuarina, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine and Nhulunbuy, and training centres in Jabiru, Tennant Creek and Yulara.

  • Bond University

    14 University Dr, Robina QLD 4226, Australia

    International students: 39%

    Bond University is Australia’s leading independent, not-for-profit university, dedicated to grooming the next generation of corporate and community leaders. Established in 1987, Bond University is a non-profit private higher education institution located in the town of Robina , Queensland.

  • The University of Notre Dame Australia

    32 Mouat St, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia

    The University of Notre Dame Australia is a national 5-star Catholic university with over 12000 students across its campuses in Fremantle, Broome and Sydney. Notre Dame provides an excellent standard of education for the professions and has one of the highest graduate employment rates in Australia.

  • University of Canterbury

    20 Kirkwood Ave, Upper Riccarton, Christchurch 8041, New Zealand

    International students: 21%

    Originally founded as Canterbury College in 1873, the University of Canterbury (UC) is the second oldest university in New Zealand. University of Canterbury is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the city of Christchurch, Canterbury.

  • University of Otago

    362 Leith St, North Dunedin, Dunedin 9016, New Zealand

    International students: 20%

    Founded in 1869, the University of Otago is New Zealand’s oldest and finest university. Most teaching takes place on the Dunedin campus and the majority of the University’s students have come from outside the Dunedin area to enjoy the unique lifestyle in New Zealand’s only true student city.

  • Lincoln University, New Zealand

    Ellesmere Jct Rd, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand

    International students: 34%

    Lincoln University began life in 1878 as a School of Agriculture. From 1896 to 1961 it served students under the name "Canterbury Agricultural College", and offered qualifications of the University of New Zealand until that institution's demise. From 1961 to 1990, it was known as Lincoln College, a constituent college of the University of Canterbury, until achieving autonomy in 1990 as Lincoln University.

  • University of Waikato

    Hillcrest, Hamilton 3216, New Zealand

    International students: 27%

    The University of Waikato, based in the city of Hamilton in New Zealand’s North Island, is one of New Zealand’s leading research universities, made up of seven faculties and schools.The University has campuses in Hamilton and Tauranga, and offers qualifications in a broad range of subjects – 10 of which are recognised as being in the top 200 of their kind in the world. Many international students take the opportunity to study at our coastal campus in Tauranga.