Best Colleges & Universities in Canberra

Published at: 13 Mar, 2024

Australia

List of Best Colleges & Universities in Canberra.

Canberra, Australia's capital city, with a population of 450,000 residents. It is a popular destination for international students. The city has nearly 30,000 international students for higher education.

Top Universities and colleges in Canberra

Following are the best universities and colleges in Canberra.

a. Australian National University

The Australian National University is one of the world class University in Australia. The University is ranked 37Th in the World University Ranking and has an acceptance rate of 35%.

b. University of Canberra

The University of Canberra is public research university located at Bruce, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. It is 8.7km away from Canberra city.

Following are the list of colleges and universities in Canberra.

  • Australian National University
  • University of Canberra
  • University of New South Wales (UNSW).
  • Charles Sturt University (School of Theology).
  • Charles Sturt University (Australian Graduate School of Policing and Customs and Excise Studies).
  • Canberra Institute of Technology
  • Australian Catholic University
  • University of Wollongong.
  • James Cook University.

Ranking of Universities of Canberra.

Brisbane Rank Name of the UniversityQS World Ranking 2024Times Higher Education Ranking 2024
1Australian National University3467
2University of Canberra 421351-400

Frequently Asked Questions.

a. How many universities are in Canberra?

= There are 5 University in Canverra.

b. What is the best university in Canberra Australia?

= Australian National University is the best university in Canberra.

c. How many Nepali people are in Canberra?

= According to Census 2021, around 6000 Nepalese students are residing in Canberra for higher education.

d. Is Canberra suitable for international students?

= Yes, having huge younger generation population and low cost of living makes Canberra suitable for international students.

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