Group of Eight (Australian universities)
The Group of Eight (Go8) is a coalition of research-intensive Australian universities. The Go8 universities are some of the largest and the oldest universities in Australia. The Go8, including the University of Tasmania, are called the Sandstone or Brick universities.
|University||Location||State||Established||World university rankings (2014/15)|
|Australian National University||Canberra||ACT||1946||25||74||45|
|The University of Adelaide||Adelaide||SA||1874||104||151–200||164|
|The University of Melbourne||Melbourne||VIC||1853||31||44||33|
|The University of New South Wales||Sydney||NSW||1949||52||101–150||109|
|The University of Queensland||Brisbane||QLD||1909||43||85||65|
|The University of Sydney||Sydney||NSW||1850||38||101–150||60|
|The University of Western Australia||Perth||WA||1911||84||88||157|
- Universities in Australia
- Universities Australia
- Universitas 21
- Australian Technology Network
- Innovative Research Universities
- Regional Universities Network
- Ivy League
- Russell Group
- C9 League
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- http://www.shanghairanking.com/ARWU2014.html Retrieved 18 Aug 2014
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