The ABC has revealed which cities have the best universities in Australia and which ones are worst.
The ABC has conducted an extensive survey of more than 50,000 students, with each of them rating their own city on a scale from 1 to 10.
Here are the results:1.
HobartsUniversity of AdelaideProfessor Andrew MacKinnon, who runs the University of Adelaide’s University of Technology, said the results were the result of a “huge amount of effort” by students and staff.
“Our research is based on a very rigorous approach to the issue of education, which we believe is the key to ensuring our future,” he said.
“We know that students and families need access to a range of courses and services that help them develop their potential and become more productive, and we have a responsibility to do that.”
This survey clearly shows that this is something that needs to happen.
“Mr MacKinnell said the university was proud to be ranked at the top of the league table, with about 10 per cent of students and 20 per cent staff taking the survey.”
Students are being encouraged to study and develop in a safe environment, which helps ensure a better quality of life for them and their families,” he added.”
It is also a sign of our commitment to improving our quality of education.
“The quality of our students and the quality of their education is of paramount importance, and the University does not ignore the needs of its students or staff.”
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, who made up almost 40 per cent, ranked third.
The top 10 cities were all in the north-west of the state, with Geelong and Melbourne topping the list.
In the west of the country, Brisbane topped the list with Geordie Island, with Adelaide and Perth next, with Canberra and Darwin following close behind.
Mr Mackinnon said the survey revealed that the University’s graduates were well educated, and “have strong academic and personal goals”.
“The best universities are those that are actively seeking to improve their students’ outcomes,” he told the ABC.
“And so we hope this is a signal to all of our schools that we have the means to help our students get there.”