Universities Australia has conducted International Links surveys on a regular basis since 1991. The previous International Links survey was completed in 2016.


The information for this International Links summary was supplied by Universities Australia member universities in response to a survey undertaken mid 2018. The survey was aimed at identifying formal institution-to-institution agreements between Australian universities and overseas higher education institutions. Agreements include cooperation facilitating student exchanges, study abroad arrangements, staff exchanges, academic/research collaboration and short-term mobility programs.


Universities were asked to indicate the name of their overseas partner institution, what activities are covered in the agreement, the year in which the agreement was first signed and whether the agreement is currently active. 

Click on the links below for further information regarding International Links of Australian universities.

 

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Australian universities' formal institution-to-institution agreements over time 

An overview of countries with which Australia's universities have formal institution-to-institution agreements, from 2007 to 2018.

Click on the year to change the time period.

 

 

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Number and types of agreements by selected country over time

An overview of total and types of formal agreements with a selected country, from 2007 to 2018.

Select a country from the drop-down box.

 

 

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International agreements by Australian universities in selected countries 

An overview of which Australian universities have formal agreements with universities in a selected country, from 2007 to 2018.

Click on the "Year of Survey" to select the year; then choose a "Country" from the drop-down box.

 

 

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Formal agreements at selected Australian university in 2014 and 2018

An overview of which countries a selected Australian university has formal agreements with in 2016 compared to 2018.

Click on the "Australian University" to select the university to be displayed.

 


 

 

 



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