Oceania is a region of significant research and student mobility activity for U of T, with particularly strong links with Australian universities.

Partnerships in the Region

Indigenous studies is one of the important areas of joint research, teaching and learning with our Australian partners, with a thriving set of collaborations in Indigenous Health.

The University of Melbourne is one of U of T’s Global Research Alliance partners – a comprehensive partnership which encompasses collaboration in teaching, learning, research, and institutional policies and procedures. U of T has also developed a strong partnership with the University of Sydney, focusing on sustainability through a joint commitment to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, and building on a solid foundation of strong research compatibility.

U of T students consistently choose to participate in global learning opportunities with our vast network of partners in Australia and New Zealand, such as the University of Queensland, ANU, University of Western Australia, University of New South Wales, and the University of Auckland.

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  • 155

    (Fall 2022)

    Degree students

  • 225


    Student mobility

    (outbound 128, inbound 97)

  • 1885



Partnership Highlights