Australian National University
Australian National University (ANU) was established in 1946 and is considered one of Australia’s most respectable universities. It was founded after WWII to revive country’s academic competencies. The university has seven colleges for different fields of study.
95% of research at ANU is rated above or well above world standard as per report by the Australian Government Excellence in Research for Australia. It has a few Nobel laureates, including Sir John Eccles, Brian Schmidt, and Barry Marshall.
Level of Studies
#34 QS World University Rankings 2024
#56 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023: Computer Science and Information Systems
#67 Times Higher Education - World University Rankings 2024