Which University?

It is important to realise that each university is different, and not simply in terms of the grounds and facilities.

Some universities are better equipped in certain areas than others. It's important to consider other aspects of your university life when you are considering universities, as it isn't just a place to learn. It will be the place that you spend the majority of your time for the next three to seven years, so consider how the university suits your lifestyle as well!

New South Wales

New South Wales

New South Wales has the largest population of any Australian state and offers students an excellent climate that allows for year round swimming and surfing in the north of the state and skiing in the mountain regions during the winter. The state has become the clear leader in Australian business.

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Victoria

Victoria

Victoria is the smallest mainland state in the country, but with over 75% of Victorians living in and around Melbourne it is also the most densely populated state. With a well-established education sector and a vibrant cultural and sporting life, Victoria is a than suitable state in which to study.

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ACT

ACT

Australia's Capital Territory is home to four universities: Australian National University, the University of Canberra, UNSW Canberra at ADFA and Australian Catholic University's Canberra campus. With a population of over 358,500, Canberra is spread out along the beautiful Lake Burley Griffin.

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Queensland

Queensland

The third largest state in Australia in terms of population and the second largest in terms of area, Queensland is characterised by its picturesque beaches that run the length of the state 'From Coolangatta to Cape York'.

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Western Australia

Western Australia

Western Australia is Australia's largest state in size, and is home to ten percent of Australia's total population. WA has five tertiary institutions.

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South Australia

South Australia

South Australia is famous for its breathtaking coasts to the south, and arid deserts to the north. The three universities in South Australia - the University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia and Flinders University - are all located on the southern coast of the state.

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Tasmania

Tasmania

Tasmania is Australia's loveable island state. With a population of over 500,000, mainly concentrated around Tasmania's capital, Hobart in the south and Launceston in the north, a considerable part of the rest of the island is covered by heritage listed forests.

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Northern Territory

Northern Territory

The Northern Territory has many beautiful sites - Uluru, Kakadu, and the Olgas - but is also an attractive place to live. With a growing population and the well-established Charles Darwin University, the NT provides a unique cultural and environmental climate in which to live and study.

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