The University of Queensland is ranked the third best Australian university, after Sydney’s ANU and Melbourne’s ANZ.
The Queensland University of Technology was the best-ranked university in Australia, beating its closest rival Sydney University in the national ranking.
The University at Adelaide came in a close second with its average enrolment of more than 1.1 million students.
In the national rankings, the University of Western Australia and the University at Sydney each received one of the highest marks.
In Australia, only three universities earned the highest number of students per enrolment: Monash University, Griffith University and the Australian National University.
University at Tasmania, which has just opened a $4.5 billion centre in Darwin, topped the list.
In Queensland, the university scored the lowest average student numbers in the nation with just under 8,000 students.
University of New South Wales had the second-lowest average student population at 8,890 students.
The University of Sydney was ranked second, ahead of the University and College of Western Sydney.
The university scored second in Australia with the average enrolments of over 3.1million students.
The highest number (7.5 per cent) of students at the university came from students in the Indigenous community.
The most popular subjects were geography, maths, science, and computer science.
The top five universities in the Australian Capital Territory were: Monmouth University, the Australian Institute of Advanced Studies, The University, The Australian National, and the Queensland University.
University of Tasmania was the third-highest ranked university in the country, ahead and ahead of Queensland’s University of NSW and Melbourne University.
The state’s top universities were all rated as the top three.
The average number of undergraduate students in Queensland was 7.1, the second highest in the state behind the University.
In Western Australia, the average student was 6.4, just above the national average of 6.2.
Queensland’s universities also scored top marks in international student numbers, with the university in Tasmania, the Queensland Government, and Sydney University leading the way.
In total, Queensland has the highest percentage of international students in Australia at 33 per cent.
Queensland also has the third highest percentage overall of international student enrolments, with students from more than 70 countries.
More to come.