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These are the best universities of Australia

1) Australian National University Canberra
2) University of Sydney
3) University of Melbourne

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University of Sydney
University of Melbourne
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Harvard University is best university.

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NSW has the best universities.
Sydney university
NSW university
Macquarie University
Western Sydney University
Wollongong University
Newcastle University
New England University
All of those are in NSW

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I am at La Trobe and would highly recommend it. Not the most modern facilities but effective teaching.

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Top 3 for MBA:
Melbourne Business School
University of Queensland – Business School
Monash University, Department of Management

Top 3 for Engineering:
Queensland University of Technology [QUT]
Monash University [MONASH]
RMIT University [RMIT]

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I graduated form the University of Adelaide and I think it is one of the better universities in Australia. I also did a course in Univer. of South Australia and didn't find it challenging in any way.

Also there is the advantage of studying in Adelaide if you intend to stay in Australia as you get the regional points for migration and living cost can be cheaper than other cities. This is from my experience and there may be better choices elsewhere.

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I recommended names of the Top 10 universities Melbourne University in engineering, computer sciences.

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I'm not yet familiar with the other schools here in Australia since I'm still new but I heard University of Melbourne is a good school for the courses you've stated.

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I did my own engineering degree in electronics a few years ago from Swinburne, and this is purely my perspective.

In general, the 'sandstone' universities have the highest brand value in Australia. This does not necessarily mean they offer the best teaching, but the brand does help when it comes to networking with alumni and such. Naturally, the brand means that you pay more for a 'sandstone' university education.

If you are looking for value for money, then the Technology universities are probably the best bet (e.g. UTS, Swinburne, RMIT, QUT etc.) These universities have good reputations in specific areas of engineering, sometimes even better than the sandstone unis.

Other factors to consider are things like location and the careers program etc. I know that Swinburne had strong ties with employers due to their industry based learning program (i.e. internship/co-op) and RMIT has something similar called the sandwich year.

One suggestion would be to ask someone from Engineers Australia about this. They are the official body that provides accreditation for all the engineering academic programs and they would be able to guide you on which universities you should select.
Thanks icekin I find it very important information as I am planning on doing Masters in Networks from Swinburne. I couldn't find Masters in networks in Go8 unis and all technology unis are offering in networks can you please guide me which technology university would be most suitable for networking.

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