Australian University Students Numbers / Statistics
The largest university in Australia in terms of student numbers is Monash University from Victoria, with over 60,000 students, second is RMIT University from Victoria with approximately 57,000 students, and third is University of Sydney from New South Wales with about 54,000 students. In contrast, the smallest university in terms of student numbers is Bond University from Queensland with a little over 6,000 students, next is University of Sunshine Coast from Queensland with approximately 10,700 students, followed by Charles Darwin University from Northern Territory with just over 10,800 students.
The Australian universities that have the highest numbers of undergraduate students are Monash University from Victoria with over 46,000 undergraduate students, second is RMIT University from Victoria with more than 45,000 undergraduate students, and third is Curtin University from Perth with approximately 36,000 undergraduate students.
The Australian universities that have the highest numbers of postgraduate students are the University of Melbourne (UniMelb) from Victoria with over 26,000 postgraduate students, University of Sydney from New South Wales with approximately 20,000 postgraduate students, and University of New South Wales with about 18,000 postgraduate students.
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Key & Notes
* Total includes all on-campus and off-campus local students and all internatonal students enrolled at a local university campus
* oth Other Includes all enabling and non-award students (mainly international students not enrolled in undergraduate or postgraduate classes)
You might also be interested in the following pages:
- International Student Numbers
- Online Student Numbers
- Undergraduate & Postgraduate Percentages
- Gender Balance Male-Female Ratio