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- For nearly all Australian universities, course satisfaction ratings are upwards of 80% (according to large surveys). Most graduates are happy with their course experience.
- If you give a university low scores on every measure, people are less likely to take your comments seriously.
Most reviewed universities
Charles Sturt University is Australia’s biggest distance education university. More than half (>20,000) of CSU’s students study online. CSU has several campuses in central and southern New South Wales, including at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga. CSU provides a... Read More
James Cook University is based in the tropical north of Australia, with campuses in Townsville and Cairns. It is a noted research institution in tropical and marine ecosystems. JCU also has a large health faculty and offers medical degrees.... Read More
Queensland University of Technology is Australia’s 2nd biggest study destination for Australian school leavers. QUT has 3 campuses, 2 in Brisbane and one 45 km north in the Caboolture urban centre. The university focuses on applied subjects relating to technology. Current... Read More
RMIT University is Australia’s 2nd largest university overall and has the most international students. RMIT occupies several blocks of the Melbourne city centre and has other sites, including the Bundoora suburban campus. It specialises in applied, vocational courses and... Read More
Swinburne University of Technology is a dual tertiary and vocational education institution. Most of Swinburne’s university students attend the Hawthorn campus in suburban Melbourne. Swinburne mainly teaches undergraduate students, many of whom come from overseas. Current and former Swinburne... Read More
The University of Melbourne is arguably Australia’s most prestigious university. It regularly tops the rankings for Australia in world rankings tables. Melbourne Uni is located in inner city Melbourne. As you might expect, it sets high ATAR scores for... Read More
The University of Wollongong seems to have it all. It has a good academic reputation, is in a nice spot between bushland and the beach (not far from Sydney), and student course ratings are always good. UOW is also... Read More
Victoria University (Vic Uni or VU) is a dual-sector institution that delivers vocational training and university courses. Vic Uni’s teaching facilities are spread across 9 campuses in Melbourne’s western suburbs and the CBD. You are welcome to post a student review if... Read More