Group of Eight (Australian universities)
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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 are called the Sandstone or Brick universities.
|University||Location||State||Established||World university rankings (2015)|
|QS (2015)||ARWU (2015)||THE (2015-2016)|
|Australian National University||Canberra||ACT||1946||19=||77=||52|
|University of Adelaide||Adelaide||SA||1874||113=||151–200||149=|
|University of Melbourne||Melbourne||VIC||1853||42||44=||33|
|University of New South Wales||Sydney||NSW||1949||46=||101–150||82=|
|University of Queensland||Brisbane||QLD||1909||46=||77=||60=|
|University of Sydney||Sydney||NSW||1850||45||101–150||56=|
|University of Western Australia||Perth||WA||1911||98||87=||109|
- 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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- Williams, R (2010). "Research Output of Australian Universities: Are the Newer Institutions Catching up?". Australian Universities' Review 52 (1): 32–36.
- http://www.shanghairanking.com/ARWU2015.html Retrieved 1 Oct 2015
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