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If you consult the 2020 edition of the QS World University Rankings®, you’ll see five Australian universities made the world’s top 50: the Australian National University (ranked joint 29th in the world), the University of Melbourne (38th), the University of Sydney (42nd), the University of New South Wales (43rd), and the University of Queensland (47th).
Canada has a well-established position among the world’s leading study destinations.
A total of 26 universities in Canada feature in the QS World University Rankings® 2019, of which three are in the world’s top 50, with 11 more making the world’s top 300 – a feat matched only by a handful of other nations.
There are eight universities in New Zealand, all of which feature in the QS World University Rankings® 2019, a particularly impressive feat when you consider the country’s population is only around 4.7 million.
In addition, New Zealand's higher education system also includes 18 institutes of technology and polytechnics, which offer vocational courses of varying lengths and levels, focusing on practical skills and hands-on experience.
One look at the QS World University Rankings® 2020, and you’ll see the UK remains Europe’s leader at the top of the tables, with four UK universities in the top 10 and a total of 18 UK entries in the top 100.
Of these, the University of Oxford leads in fourth place, while the University of Cambridge is unsurprisingly not far behind at seventh.
If you’re looking for the top universities in the US, you may want to take a look at the latest edition of the QS World University Rankings®. In the 2020 edition of the rankings, an impressive four of the top five places are claimed by US universities, with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) ranked first in the world and Stanford University second.