Following are some of the top ranking engineering schools in Australia:

University of Melbourne
- Ranked 1st in Australia and 29th in the world for Engineering/Technology (THE - QS World University Rankings 2009).
- The Melbourne School of Engineering attracts high-achieving students and top-class academics from around the world.
- The School was awarded more than $12 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) and National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants commencing in 2008.
- The School has the following academic departments: Biomedical; Chemical & Biomolecular; Civil & Environmental; Computer Science & Software; Electrical & Electronic; Geomatics; Mechanical.

University of New South Wales
- The Times Higher Education World University Rankings positioned Engineering at UNSW as number one in the country in 2007 and 2008.
- The Melbourne Institute of Advanced Studies ranked UNSW Faculty of Engineering 1st in Australia.
- Engineering and Computing at UNSW were awarded a top ranking for teaching excellence and teaching improvement by the Federal Government's Learning and Teaching Performance Fund in 2009.
- The Faculty of Engineering offers Australia's most comprehensive range of engineering programs, including double and concurrent degrees, and flexible study options.
- UNSW Engineering graduates are highly employable and command high salaries on graduation.
- It is recognised worldwide for its outstanding pure and applied research performance.

University of Sydney
- Placed in the world's top 40 for Engineering/Technology (THE-QS 2009).
- The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies at the University is one of the leading engineering research faculties in Australia with the greatest grant income per academic staff of any university in the country.
- A Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree atthe University of Sydney takes four years full-time (five years for most combined degrees).
- Sydney Engineering courses are accredited by the Institution of Engineers, Australia (IEAust) and are recognised overseas.
- It offers a number of Scholarships for: students currently in the Faculty; school leavers; international students; and postgraduate students.

Australian National University
- The Department of Engineering has world class research and industrial programs concentrated in the following areas: Advanced Manufacturing and Production Systems (AMPS); Materials; Robotics and Control; Semiconductors and Solar Cells; Solar Thermal Energy Research; Wireless Telecommunications, Networks and Signal Processing.
- The ANU Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree is a four-year undergraduate program accredited by the national professional body, Engineers Australia.

Monash University
- The Faculty of Engineering is one of the largest in Australia and is one of the best in the world, ranked in the global top 50 for Engineering/Technology by THE-QS in 2009.
- Research areas include Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering; Material Engineering; Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
- Monash Engineering is a member of the: CRC Smartprint; Clean Power from Lignite; and Greenhouse Gas Technologies; CRC for Catchment Hydrology; and e-Water; Cast Metals Manufacturing; and CRC for Polymers.

World University Ranking Tables

America - US News & World Report, The Princeton Review, BusinessWeek, Forbes
Australia - Good Universities Guide, Graduate Management Association of Australia
Canada - Maclean's Guide, Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities
UK - Sunday Times, Guardian, Times Good University Guide, Daily Telegraph
World - Shanghai Jiao Tong ARWU Rankings, THES, Webometrics, Newsweek
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