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Ratings explained: Student Demand

Ratings explained: Student Demand

The Good Universities Guide is committed to educating its audience about the importance of our university rankings and ratings, which are crucial for informing prospective students about their education options. Over the next few months, we will be going through each rating individually and highlighting the institutions that are excelling in this area.

What is Student Demand?

The Student Demand Rating is based on the premise that students with higher entrance scores have more options open to them than students with lower scores. If the students with high scores can theoretically go to any university, where are they choosing to go?

Why does this matter to me?

This rating works on the logic that universities that attract a high proportion of high-ATAR students are in popular demand, as students who achieve a high entrance score are usually eligible to enrol in a wider range of institutions than students with lower scores.

Which university led the way for Student Demand?

University of Melbourne and University of New South Wales were the best performed institutions for Student Demand.

What other institutions performed well for Student Demand?

University Student Demand
University of Melbourne

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University of New South Wales

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Universtiy of Western Australia

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University of Sydney

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University of Queensland

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Australian National University

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Macquarie University

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Queensland University of Technology

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Monash University

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