University of New South Wales

The University of New South Wales was established in 1949 to meet the growing trends in technology. It has multiple campus locations across Australia. It is known for research and has two research institutions. One is related to cancer studies and associated problems in children and adults, the other one is related to studying  chemical, biological and physical materials.
The university has 20,204 international students from 137 countries. It offers UG, PG and PhD courses in various subjects.
Its alumni network is very large and consists of 300,000 graduates. Some of the notable names include Bob Bellear (1st indigenous judge), Mark Bouris (CEO, Yellow Brick Road), John M. Green (Publisher, writer, director), Mehdi Ghazazanfari (Minister of Commerce, Iran), Usman Khwaja (Cricketer), Karl Kruszelnicki (media presenter & scientist), and Scott Morrison (Prime Minister of Australia).
Location: Kensington (6 km away from Sydney airport)
Connectivity: Through car/public transport/connected to Sydney airport
Campuses: Eight: Kensington, UNSW Canberra, UNSW Art & Design Paddington campus, Cliffbrook campus, David Philips Sports field, UNSW CBD campus O’Connell Street, Manly Vale campus and Randwick campus
Courses: ArchitectureEngineering, Accounting and Finance, Advertising, Animation, Business, Sciences, Computing, Clinical Psychology, Sports, Management, Computer Science, Literature, Humanities and Social Sciences 
Average Tuition fee: 
Between INR 19 to 25 Lakh/year OrBetween 34,900 to 45,930 Australian dollars annually
Times Ranking: 96th
Entry requirements: 

  1. English language requirements: IELTS/TOEFL iBT/Duolingo (only for China and Iran students)
  2. Academic entry requirements: GCE Advanced Level/Indian CBSE/Indian School Certificate (ICSE)/International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or Bilingual Diploma or equivalent qualifications.