QS World University Rankings 2021 – 5 Australian Universities Cracked the World's Top 50 Ranking This Year


June 9, 2020, QS Quacquarelli Symonds, global higher education analysts, released the seventeenth edition of the QS World University Rankings – the world’s most-consulted, most-covered source of comparative information about university performance.

The Australian National University (ANU) again took out Australia’s top post, ranking 31st and tying with London’s King College and Montreal’s McGill University in the 2021 QS World University Rankings.

University of Sydney’s hallowed halls improved by the same margin to rank 40th and just ahead of the University of Melbourne at 41st.

Rounding out the top 50 was the University of New South Wales and the University of Queensland, placing 44th and 46th respectively. They were followed by Monash University (55th), University of Western Australia (92nd), University of Adelaide (106th), UTS (133rd), and University of Wollongong (196th) in the top 200.

Australia’s universities have again batted above their average, retaining their place in this year’s global rankings. Contact ACIC right now to find out more about Australia’s Universities and courses.