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What is the percentage of international students studying on-campus in Australia?

Often, we get asked… what is the percentage of international students studying on-campus in Australia?

 

The latest dataset from the Department of Education and Training (which is published annually) shows that in total, 18% of on-campus students in the university sector in Australia are international students.
 
 
Across all Australian universities, the percentage of international students varies between 2.2% and 41.5%. The table below presents the percentage of international students studying at each university.
 

 

 

PERCENTAGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ON-CAMPUS IN AUSTRALIA  

University Name

Percentage of international students on-campus (2016)

Australian Catholic University

10.0%

Bond University

41.5%

Charles Darwin University (b)

22.1%

Charles Sturt University

16.1%

CQUniversity

23.0%

Curtin University of Technology

15.0%

Deakin University

17.4%

Edith Cowan University

16.4%

Federation University Australia (a)

32.4%

Flinders University

11.6%

Griffith University

17.6%

James Cook University

14.9%

La Trobe University

19.4%

Macquarie University

22.9%

Monash University

24.9%

Murdoch University

7.4%

Queensland University of Technology

16.0%

RMIT University

19.9%

Southern Cross University

13.9%

Swinburne University of Technology

13.3%

The Australian National University

30.0%

The University of Adelaide

24.7%

The University of Melbourne

33.5%

The University of New England

4.2%

The University of Newcastle

10.5%

The University of Notre Dame Australia

2.2%

The University of Queensland

26.0%

The University of Sydney

30.9%

The University of Western Australia

16.8%

University of Canberra

17.5%

University of Divinity

7.2%

University of New South Wales

N/A

University of South Australia

16.0%

University of Southern Queensland

8.2%

University of Tasmania

11.6%

University of Technology Sydney

27.6%

University of the Sunshine Coast

16.1%

University of Wollongong

20.1%

Victoria University

16.5%

Western Sydney University

10.0%

Total

18.2%

Source: With information from the Department of Education and Training (Australian Government, 2016).

(a) Previously the University of Ballarat. (b) As a result of a collaborative partnership between Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education and Charles Darwin University.

 

 

 


 

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