Here is a list of all 41 universities in Australia. The sortable list shows each university’s:

  • home city and state
  • number of students enrolled
  • indicative ATAR score for course entry.
UniversityHome cityHome stateStudentsATAR score
Australian Catholic UniversitySydneyNSW28,67859
Australian National UniversityCanberraACT22,18181
Bond UniversityGold CoastQLD5,07865
Charles Darwin UniversityDarwinNT10,14960
Charles Sturt UniversityWagga WaggaNSW38,24667
Curtin UniversityPerthWA48,27770
Deakin UniversityGeelongVIC48,73155
Ducere Business School (Online)MelbourneVIC60
Edith Cowan UniversityPerthWA25,21055
Federation University AustraliaBallaratVIC13,8890
Flinders UniversityAdelaideSA23,57060
Griffith UniversityGold CoastQLD43,28759
James Cook UniversityTownsvilleQLD21,15452
La Trobe UniversityMelbourneVIC34,71153
Macquarie UniversitySydneyNSW38,75677
Monash UniversityMelbourneVIC66,17983
Murdoch UniversityPerthWA23,41870
Queensland University of TechnologyBrisbaneQLD46,11566
RMIT UniversityMelbourneVIC58,80675
Southern Cross UniversityLismoreNSW13,28164
Swinburne University of TechnologyMelbourneVIC34,08762
Torrens University AustraliaAdelaideSA70
University of AdelaideAdelaideSA26,27570
University of CanberraCanberraACT16,21668
University of DivinityMelbourneVIC1,5090
University of MelbourneMelbourneVIC54,41190
University of New EnglandArmidaleNSW20,35273
University of New South WalesSydneyNSW51,51487
University of NewcastleNewcastleNSW33,84262
University of Notre Dame AustraliaFremantleWA10,72470
University of QueenslandBrisbaneQLD49,25477
University of South AustraliaAdelaideSA30,78862
University of Southern QueenslandToowoombaQLD24,78561
University of SydneySydneyNSW54,74787
University of TasmaniaHobartTAS28,40465
University of Technology SydneySydneyNSW37,80669
University of the Sunshine CoastSunshine CoastQLD10,19652
University of Western AustraliaPerthWA26,25880
University of WollongongWollongongNSW30,14572
Victoria UniversityMelbourneVIC27,2550
Western Sydney UniversitySydneyNSW42,56867

Updated: 31 October 2015

Data notes

  • Student numbers are for 2014 and consist of all students enrolled in undergraduate or postgraduate degree courses.
  • ATAR score is the average indicative required ATAR score for arts, business and science bachelor degrees at the university. See ATAR course entry scores for further detail.

About the Universities List

The location information (city and state) and student numbers in the list do not reflect the often complex ways Australian universities are organised.

  • All but a few Australian universities have multiple campuses.
  • Often a university’s campus network spreads across multiple cities and may cross state and even national boundaries.
  • A given student could attend a large main campus, a satellite campus or study through distance education.