Which Australian University Has The Most Online Students?

By | July 20, 2017

Which Australian University Has The Most Online Students?

Figures reflect dedicated online students only and do not include mixed mode students and were current at the time of publication.

Number 1: Charles Sturt University

Undergraduate Online = 13,842

Postgraduate Online = 9,125

Total Online = 22,967

Number 2: University of Southern Queensland

Undergraduate Online = 11,356

Postgraduate Online = 5,928

Total Online = 17,284

Number 3: University of New England

Undergraduate Online = 10,126

Postgraduate Online = 5,674

Total Online = 15,800

Number 4: Deakin University

Undergraduate Online = 5,041

Postgraduate Online = 7,298

Total Online = 12,339

Number 5: CQUniversity

Undergraduate Online = 7,274

Postgraduate Online = 1,698

Total Online = 8,972

Most Online Students by Percentage

Percentages indicate dedicated online students only and do not include mixed mode students.

Number 1: University of New England

Undergraduate Percentage = 75%

Postgraduate Percentage = 88.1%

Total Percentage = 79.2%

Number 2: University of Southern Queensland

Undergraduate Percentage = 66.2%

Postgraduate Percentage = 86.6%

Total Percentage = 72%

Number 3: Charles Darwin University

Undergraduate Percentage = 58.9%

Postgraduate Percentage = 66.4%

Total Percentage = 60.8%

Number 4: Charles Sturt University

Undergraduate Percentage = 51.7%

Postgraduate Percentage = 81.8%

Total Percentage = 60.5%

Number 5: CQUniversity

Undergraduate Percentage = 59.2%

Postgraduate Percentage = 37.2%

Total Percentage = 53.3%


Key & Notes

* Total Percentages: - total percentages excludes students attending the university but not enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate program

 

Check out the complete online student numbers at:

- Online Student Numbers

Search for an online course at the Study Online website (opens in new window).

You might also be interested in the following pages:

- Total Student Numbers

- Undergraduate & Postgraduate Percentages

- Gender Balance Male-Female Ratio