Which universities in Australia have the highest paid graduates?

Which universities in Australia have the highest paid graduates?

The rankings published by educational portals contain information about a variety of educational establishments located in Australia. This information might aid you in selecting the educational establishment to which you should submit an application.


There is no one institution that can claim to be the best choice for each and every prospective student because different factors are essential to various individuals. 


It's likely that you're concerned about the employment rates of recent graduates, or maybe you want to make sure that there is excellent student support that's easily accessible.


For the first time this year, we examine the Graduate Wage Ranking, which compares the median salary of graduates from major Australian universities. It may be worthwhile to investigate this if you intend to work in Australia following graduation.

The Australian universities with the highest graduation wages

The tables below list the top five universities that received both undergraduate and graduate wages.


Undergraduate ratings


Ranking
University
Median graduate salary
1University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
$70,000
2University of Tasmania
$68,900
3University of New England (UNE)
$68,900
4Charles Darwin University
$68,000
5CQ University
$67,800

Post-graduate ratings


Ranking
University
Median graduate salary
1UNSW Sydney
$110,000
2Southern Cross University
$103,000
3Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
$100,000
4James Cook University (JCU)
$100,000
5CQ University
$98,800

By visiting the Rankings page and browsing the best universities in all categories, you can filter by subject, level of study, or region to find a course and institution that are a good fit for you (including student assistance).