23 Best universities for Metallurgical Engineering in Australia

Below is the list of best universities in Australia ranked based on their research performance in Metallurgical Engineering. A graph of 310K citations received by 10K academic papers made by 23 universities in Australia was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with an official site as it's constantly changing data.

  1. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Queensland logo
    Acceptance Rate
    40%
    Enrollment
    48,771
    Founded
    1909
  2. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of New South Wales logo
    Acceptance Rate
    30%
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1949
  3. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Deakin University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    75%
    Enrollment
    34,616
    Founded
    1974
  4. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Monash University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    40%
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1958
  5. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Wollongong logo
    Enrollment
    31,313
    Founded
    1975
  6. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Sydney logo
    Acceptance Rate
    30%
    Enrollment
    52,789
    Founded
    1850
  7. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Western Australia logo
    Acceptance Rate
    38%
    Enrollment
    25,000
    Founded
    1911
  8. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Melbourne logo
    Acceptance Rate
    75%
    Enrollment
    49,000
    Founded
    1853
  9. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Newcastle logo
    Acceptance Rate
    85%
    Enrollment
    32,500
    Founded
    1965
  10. For Metallurgical Engineering

    RMIT University logo
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1887
  11. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Curtin University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    50%
    Enrollment
    58,216
    Founded
    1966
  12. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Australian National University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    35%
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1946
  13. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of South Australia logo
    Enrollment
    32,500
    Founded
    1991
  14. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Swinburne University of Technology logo
    Enrollment
    37,500
    Founded
    1908
  15. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Adelaide logo
    Acceptance Rate
    75%
    Enrollment
    25,000
    Founded
    1874
  16. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Queensland University of Technology logo
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1989
  17. For Metallurgical Engineering

    James Cook University logo
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1970
  18. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Technology Sydney logo
    Acceptance Rate
    19%
    Enrollment
    42,500
    Founded
    1965
  19. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Edith Cowan University logo
    Enrollment
    32,500
    Founded
    1991
  20. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Murdoch University logo
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1975
  21. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Griffith University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    50%
    Enrollment
    45,000
    Founded
    1971
  22. For Metallurgical Engineering

    University of Southern Queensland logo
    Enrollment
    18,388
    Founded
    1967
  23. For Metallurgical Engineering

    Flinders University logo
    Enrollment
    22,500
    Founded
    1966

The best cities to study Metallurgical Engineering in Australia based on the number of universities and their ranks are St Lucia, Sydney, Geelong, and Clayton.