Four Australian universities have made it into the top 100 ranked universities in the world.
Leading the way is the University of Melbourne at number 57, followed by the University of Sydney, the University of Queensland and the Australian National University.
Harvard University, Stanford University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology took out the top three positions on the list.
The list, compiled by the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR), grades universities on seven factors without relying on surveys and university data submissions: quality of teaching, alumni employment, quality of faculty, research output, quality publications, influence, and citations.
Here’s where the other Australian universities list in the top 1000.
57 University of Melbourne
71 University of Sydney
74 University of Queensland
82 Australian National University
119 University of New South Wales
124 Monash University
145 University of Western Australia
229 University of Adelaide
241 Queensland University of Technology
324 Macquarie University
351 Griffith University
387 Deakin University
390 James Cook University
397 University of Wollongong
399 University of Tasmania
400 Curtin University
425 University of Newcastle
493 Flinders University
534 La Trobe University
562 University of Technology Sydney
564 Western Sydney University
570 University of South Australia
634 RMIT University
643 Swinburne University of Technology
870 Murdoch University
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