University of Tasmania

Location: Tasmania, Australia

The oldest university in Australia at fourth position is the University of Tasmania which was founded is 1890. They are always working hard to stay on the list of top universities. There are more than 30,000 students studying in this university. Its campuses in Tasmania are situated in Hobart, Launceston and the Cradle Coast.

 

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In Australia, the campus is located in Sydney and offshore programs are also offered in Asia. It focuses on delivering high quality education and research. They offer wide range of programs at undergraduate and post graduate levels. The number of international students is increasing and reached to 6,000 as more students from around 100 countries get attracted to this opportunity. They maintain good relationship with over 90 institutions in 30 countries to carry out projects. Translational education programs are also offered by this university in three countries including Malaysia, China and Hong Kong as well as student is allowed to explore the world. The research undertaken by the university is quite influential and impactful for the society and environment. It is based on new ideas, innovation and knowledge. They are offering international leadership programs in five different areas including Environment, Resources and Sustainability, Creativity, Culture and Society, Better Health, Marine, Antarctic and Maritime & Data, Knowledge and Decisions. Their research institutes which include Menzies Institute for Medical Research, the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), the Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits (CODES), and the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS) demonstrate the leadership in above mentioned areas.