The University of Newcastle has slipped for the third consecutive year in the prestigious Times Higher Education global rankings.
In the recently released, Good Universities Guide 2019, CQUniversity was awarded five stars over six categories, including for graduate employment and starting salary.
Southern Cross University has scored above average marks compared to other universities in several categories including social equity, student support and teaching quality in The Good Universities Guide 2019.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) students get a job quicker and earn more money than the national average, new data shows.
The University of Notre Dame Australia has achieved five star ratings in seven of 14 categories in The Good Universities Guide 2019.
Charles Sturt University has again topped the nation for boasting the highest percentage of graduates who find full-time work within four months of completing their studies.
Top marks have been awarded to the University of New England for overall student experience by The Good Universities Guide.
The Good Universities Guide will feature a ‘first generation’ five-star rating for the first time in 2019.