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 led the way in the development of the higher education sector, with many quality NSW universities in the city and in regional areas.

The University of Newcastle

The University of Newcastle was first opened in 1951, as a college of the University of New South Wales. UON is ranked in the top 3% of universities world-wide and is home to over 37,000 students, including over 7,600 international students.

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University of Sydney

University of Sydney

Founded in 1850 and characterised by its emollient sandstone buildings, the University of Sydney is the oldest university in Australia. With 16 different faculties altogether, the University of Sydney offers its students a diverse range of study options.

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University of New South Wales

University of New South Wales

UNSW is home to more than 46,000 students and almost 2,500 staff. There are 9 faculties, 56 schools, 11 institutes, 4 teaching hospitals, 8 residential colleges and 2.7 million items in the University Library.

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University of Technology Sydney

University of Technology Sydney

Smack bang in the middle of Sydney, the UTS City Campus rises up twenty-seven floors. This is but one of several on and offshore campuses, among which filter 30, 500 students.

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Macquarie University

Macquarie University

Just 15km from the CBD and ranked in the top-10 research institutions in Australia, Macquarie University is fast becoming one of the most reputable universities in the country.

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University of Notre Dame

University of Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame Australia is a private university established in Sydney in 2006, and now caters to 4,000 students. Notre Dame is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to the large universities which surround it at Broadway and Darlinghurst.

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University of Western Sydney

University of Western Sydney

The University of Western Sydney doesn’t have one campus, it has six, spread across greater western Sydney. These campuses are situated in Parramatta, Penrith, Bansktown, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury and Blacktown (Nirimba Education Precinct), with a wide range of education opportunities at each.

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Charles Sturt University

Charles Sturt University

Charles Sturt University comprises seven campuses spanning locations from Bathurst in regional NSW, to Wagga, Canberra and as far as Albury-Wodonga in southern NSW.

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University of Wollongong

University of Wollongong

The University of Wollongong can trace its beginnings back to 1951, but the university was officially opened in 1975. Since then, the university has grown to become one of the top 2% of universities in the world, with now over 30,500 students.

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More universities on their way...

More universities on their way...

This is us on the computer. We're working fast to get you the info you need. Throughout 2014, we'll have profiles on the following universities: Newcastle, New England, Southern Cross and Australian Catholic University. Stay tuned by following us on Facebook and via our e-news.

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