Contemplating an undergraduate degree abroad? Studying overseas is an eye-opening experience — the exposure to different cultures and ways of learning is priceless. Luckily for us, there are highly reputed universities a mere five to seven-hour flight away from Singapore!
Enter Australia — as well as a stellar education, you’ll get to experience four seasons, its iconic beaches and its laidback lifestyle. Plus, with budget airlines like Scoot and Jetstar, home visits are relatively inexpensive.
The country is home to 43 universities offering a wide variety of courses. You can study anything from accounting and finance to environmental science and physiotherapy! But with so many institutions to choose from, the process of selecting a university in another country can be stressful, and you might feel a little bit uncertain. To clarify things, here’s a guide to the top universities in Australia, which make up the Group of Eight coalition, their rankings, and the disciplines they’re best known for!
If you’re looking for an overview of Australia as a study-abroad destination, or want to know what the Group of Eight refers to, do check out The Ultimate Guide to Studying in Australia!
Studying in Canberra, ACT
Sandwiched between Melbourne and Sydney, Australia’s capital city of Canberra is home to a healthy and diverse mix of local and international students, as well as the number one university in the country — Australian National University (ANU). It was founded in 1946 as a postgraduate institution, with four centres — the Research Schools of Physical Sciences, Social Sciences and Pacific Studies and the John Curtin School of Medical Research — but began offering undergraduate courses in 1960.
The university often battles it out with the University of Melbourne (UoM) in terms of rankings. Nevertheless, you can’t really go wrong in choosing an institution created by the Australian Parliament with six Nobel Laureates (in the fields of physics, medicine, economic sciences) amongst its alumni and faculty.
According to ANU’s website, ANU offers more degree combinations than the other Australian universities. Interesting majors it offers include Furniture Design Arts, Latin and Corporate Sustainability. Its main campus is located at Acton, near Canberra’s CBD.
Student Population: Approx. 21,352 (2021)
International Fees: A$39,024 per annum (average, fees vary depending on course/discipline)
Colleges: Seven in total. These are the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences, the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, the ANU College of Business & Economics, the ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics, the ANU College of Health & Medicine, the ANU College of Law, and the ANU College of Science
Strongest Disciplines: Anthropology, Politics, Development Studies, Archaeology, Agriculture, Earth and marine sciences, History, Social policy, Sociology, and Geography
QS Ranking 2022: 1st in Australia, 27nd in the world
THE Ranking 2022: 2nd in Australia, 54th in the world
Studying in Melbourne, VIC
Consistently ranked as the most liveable city in the world, Melbourne is the cultural (and coffee) capital of Australia. Crammed with live music, comedy acts and festivals, the city’s wow factor is only outshone by its breadth in higher education. Featuring seven universities in the international rankings, student life in Melbourne is nothing but ideal. With the highest percentage of international students across Australia, Melbourne is especially foreigner-friendly.
The University of Melbourne (UoM) was established in 1853 and is the second oldest university in Australia. It’s a sandstone university (a term used referring to Australia’s oldest tertiary education institutions) with a campus that looks like something out of Hogwarts. More than just a pretty face, UoM also holds its own academically. Ranked number one in the country according to the THE rankings 2023 (a spot it often competes for with ANU), Australia’s second oldest university also boasts an illustrious alumni group of four Aussie prime ministers and nine Nobel Laureates.
Its undergraduate degrees are quite broad and allow you to tailor your studies according to your interests — especially if undertaking an Arts, Science or Environments degree. Unlike other Australian universities, UoM undergraduates can take their time exploring different disciplines in their first year before deciding on their major. Postgraduate study is UoM’s strong suit, with highly competitive medicine and law programs.
Student Population: Approx. 52,098
International Fees: A$32,896 to $67,368 for undergraduate studies per annum (2023)
Faculties/Schools: Ten in total. These are the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Business and Economics, the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, and the Melbourne Law School
Strongest Disciplines: Education, Law, Accounting, Computer science, Psychology, Business, Environmental sciences and Medicine.
QS Ranking 2022: 2nd in Australia, 37th in the world
THE Ranking 2022: 1st in Australia, 33rd in the world
Another popular choice for students, Monash has a sprawling campus situated slightly out of the city. Monash and UoM are locked in a (mostly) friendly rivalry for top university in Melbourne, but if you’re more about hands-on learning than research, Monash would be the place for you! Also, if you don’t want to wait till postgrad to study law — Monash offers a five-year LLB program. The university comprises a significant portion of international students, at approximately 34.7 percent. You’ll settle in quickly, especially with many student societies to help make the transition.
Monash University boasts several state-of-the-art facilities, such as the Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing (the most advanced facility of its type in Australia), and the Australian Stem Cell Centre (founded by nine Australian Universities and medical research institutes). Recently, the university ranked number one globally in the 2022 QS World University Rankings by Subject for Pharmacy and Pharmacology — and consistently ranks within the Top three.
Student Population: Approx. 60,211
International Fees: Avg. A$37,200 to $87,000 for undergraduate studies per annum
Faculties/Schools: Ten in total, made up of the Art, Design and Architecture faculty, the Arts faculty, the Business and Economics faculty, the Education faculty, the Engineering faculty, the Information Technology faculty, the Law faculty, the Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences faculty, the Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty, and the Science faculty.
Strongest Disciplines: Accounting and Finance, Engineering, Chemistry, Law and Medicine
QS Ranking 2022: 6th in Australia, 58th in the world
THE Ranking 2022: 4th in Australia, 57th in the world
Studying in Sydney, NSW
As Australia’s largest city, tourism hotspot (Bondi beach, anyone?) and financial hub, Sydney is definitely the place to be. While living expenses here may be slightly higher than in Melbourne, you’ll get a peerless education with some of Australia’s most iconic spots at your doorstep.
Part of the sandstone universities Group of Eight, the University of Sydney was the first university to be founded in Australia in 1850. (Sydney also happens to be the oldest city in Australia!)
The regal-looking campus is spread across the inner-city suburbs of Darlington and Camperdown and has been ranked by the Huffington Post and the Daily Telegraph in the top 10 most beautiful universities to study at (Oxford and Cambridge are within this list!) Renowned for research and teaching, it also offers MBA and Master of Management programs that regularly rank top in Australia. If you’re keen on going for a student exchange programme, the university claims to have Australia’s largest student mobility programme spanning over 40 countries.
Here’s a fun fact: the university has a legal Graffiti Tunnel located on its Camperdown campus! Anyone can paint on it so long the content is not deemed offensive.
Student Population: Over 50,000
International Fees: Avg. A$43,500 to $58,500 for undergraduate studies per annum (2023)
Faculties/Schools: Eight in total. They are the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Medicine and Health, the Faculty of Science, the School of Architecture, Design and Planning, the University of Sydney Business School, the Conservatorium of Music, and the Sydney Law School
Strongest Disciplines: Law, education, medicine, accounting and finance
QS Ranking 2022: 3rd in Australia, 38th in the world
THE Ranking 2022: 5th in Australia, 58th in the world
UNSW is 100 years younger than its high-profile neighbour USyd, but is quickly climbing the ranks. Within its eight faculties, UNSW offers bachelor’s degrees that go between three to four years and combined degrees that last for up to eight years. So if you’d like a program with little more flexibility or you simply can’t choose between, say, Engineering or Commerce — UNSW is the place for you! With a lively campus culture and a quarter of its student population made up of international kids, UNSW promises a sense of community during your undergrad years.
Student Population: Approx. 59,050
International Fees: Avg. A$37,680 to $48,720 for undergraduate studies per annum (2023)
Strongest Disciplines: Accounting, Finance, Engineering, and Technology
QS Ranking 2022: 4th in Australia, 43rd in the world
THE Ranking 2022: 6th in Australia, 70th in the world
Studying in Brisbane, QLD
A friendly city offering year-round tropical weather and access to some of the most beautiful hiking and swimming spots on the East Coast, Brisbane is both a student hub and a tourist destination. It’s home to three major universities, with the University of Queensland being one of them. The campus is a beautiful sight during Spring, dotted with purple when the Jacaranda trees are in bloom.
Offering a range of high-quality specialty programs and dual degrees, UQ ties for third position in Australia with USyd. Its reputation is well earned, often lauded for research innovations including vaccines to help prevent cervical cancer. This is especially helpful if you have your sights set on science! And if you were curious about those that came before you, the UQ alumni includes a Nobel Laureate, an Academy Award Winner and two Fortune 500 CEOs.
Student Population: Approx. 56,278 (2021)
International Fees: Avg. A$33,056 to $68,064 for undergraduate studies per annum
Faculties/Schools: Six in total, comprising the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology, the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Medicine, and the Faculty of Science
Strongest Disciplines: Engineering, Mineral and mining, Life Sciences, Medicine
QS Ranking 2022: 5th in Australia, 47th in the world
THE Ranking 2022: 2nd in Australia, 54th in the world
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Studying in Adelaide, SA
Located along Australia’s south coast the University of Adelaide is the third-oldest tertiary institution in the country. If it sounds a little familiar to you, it’s probably because it has a satellite campus in Singapore, as well as five campuses spread across the state of South Australia. With plenty of open spaces and opportunities for hiking, cycling and foodie trails, Adelaide is the more laidback option than other states. However, UoA has stellar programs – especially in the field of Dentistry and Medicine.
Fun fact: The University of Adelaide holds the record for being the first Australian university to accept female students, offer science and business degrees, and is the alma mater of Australia’s first female Prime Minister!
Student Population: Approx. 23,905
International Fees: Avg. A$36,800 to $43,460 for undergraduate studies per annum
Faculties/Schools: Three academic faculties (the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics, the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, and the Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology)
Strongest Disciplines: Dentistry, biological sciences, physical sciences, information technology and telecommunications, environmental sciences and social sciences
QS Ranking 2022: 8th in Australia, 108th in the world
THE Ranking 2022: 7th in Australia, 111th in the world
Studying in Perth, WA
Just an easy five-hour flight from Singapore is (rather ironically) the most isolated city in Australia — Perth. Due to its endless stretch of pristine beaches and warm weather, it’s a very appealing option for students looking to relocate. The University of Western Australia (UWA) is the city’s premier university, and is known for its vibrant social and sporting culture. Established in 191l, its heritage-listed grounds along the Swan River just out of the city centre is just the right mix of picturesque and accessibility. The university is also ten minutes away from the CBD. Arts enthusiasts will be particularly interested in the New Fortune Theatre, which is a copy of the original Elizabethan Fortune Theatre (London’s Fortune Playhouse) and houses a family of peafowl.
Student Population: Approx. 19,756 (2021)
International Fees: Avg. A$33,000 to $42,800 for undergraduate studies per annum (2021)
Faculties/Schools: Business School, Confucius Institute, Conservatorium of Music, Dental School, Graduate Research School, Graduate School of Education, Law School, Medical School, Oceans Graduate School, School of Allied Health, School of Biological Sciences, School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Design, School of Earth Sciences, School of Engineering, School of Human Sciences, School of Humanities, School of Indigenous Studies, School of Molecular Sciences, School of Physics, Mathematics and Computing, School of Population and Global Health, School of Psychological Science, School of Social Sciences, UWA School of Agriculture and Environment
Strongest Disciplines: Earth Sciences, Marine Sciences, Social Sciences and Math
QS Ranking 2022: 7th in Australia, 93rd in the world
THE Ranking 2022: 8th in Australia, 132nd in the world
With all the information that’s out there, coming to a decision about university isn’t easy. But there are a couple of things to prioritise to select a course most suited to you. If you have a clear idea of what to study, or whether you want to go into postgraduate research, definitely look at individual subject rankings to see what university will serve you best in that area. But if, like many students, you are unsure of what major to take, look at the course structure instead.
Some universities offer a broad curriculum that allows you to mix and match subjects and tailor your bachelor’s degree to your interests, giving you some form of flexibility should you change your mind. Keep an eye out for if a uni offers placements and vocational options to improve your employment prospects. And if one of the motivations for moving abroad is that you’d like a change of pace from Singapore, find out more about campus culture and residential colleges so you can immerse yourself in the university community. And whatever you choose, know that rankings aren’t everything — your university experience is what you make of it!
Answer: In Singapore, a GPA of 3.0 to 3.5 is considered good.What is IGP in a level? ›
Indicative Grade Profile (IGP)Can I get into NTU with 3.5 GPA? ›
The GPA cut-off for NTU public policy was 3.50, 3.63 for NUS arts and social sciences, and 3.66 then for SMU business management.What is a good GPA in NTU? ›
Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) NTU
The CGPA is the most important factor in determining a student's academic standing. A student's CGPA must be 2.0 or above to graduate from NTU. Students with a CGPA below 2.0 will be placed on academic probation.
Usually, a 3.0 to 3.5 GPA is considered a good GPA on a 4.0 scale grading system. This is equivalent to a grad “B” above average. A 3.5 GPA is used as a general benchmark when defining a good university GPA. For a 5.0 scale grading system, a 4.0 above GPA score or a 4.5 above GPA score is considered a good GPA.What is considered a good GPA in NUS? ›
|HONOURS DEGREE CLASSIFICATION (i)||Criteria|
|Honours (Highest Distinction)||GPA 4.50 and above (ii)|
|Honours (Distinction)||GPA 4.00 – 4.49|
|Honours (Merit)||GPA 3.50 – 3.99|
|Honours||GPA 3.00 – 3.49|
Generally, an excellent A-level rank point is between 75 to 90 points. This point easily secures you from B to A* grade, the ultimate excelling point for students worldwide.What does 10th percentile mean in IGP? ›
The 10th percentile GPA refers to the GPA attained by the last candidate of 90% of the successful applicants who were offered admission. For example, if the 10th percentile GPA profile is 3.56, it means that bottom 10% of the applicants offered places attained GPA that is below 3.56.What is IGP USA? ›
IGP-USA is an industry leader in processing and finishing textile products, recognized as innovative with a world-class facility on-time delivery, competitive prices, and their concern for the environment.Is NTU considered Ivy League? ›
Is NTU Ivy League? The engineering courses in NTU are definitely in the Ivy League and are ranked in top 10 in the world. In the QS Subject wise Rankings 2021 the Engineering and technology of NTU is ranked #4th in the world among the other Ivy League colleges.
Nanyang Technological University GPA requirements
Nanyang Technological University in Singapore requires students to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.6 in order to stand a good chance to get admission into Nanyang Technological University.
|3.20 – 3.39 / 4.0||High Merit|
|3.00 – 3.19 / 4.0||Merit|
The maximum average grade point for the 4-point computation is 4.0 while the maximum for the 5-point computation is 5.0.Is it hard to get into NTU? ›
The acceptance rate for NTU ranges from 25 to 35% depending on the course and program.What is a respectable GPA? ›
Usually, a GPA of 3.0 - 3.5 is considered good enough at many high schools, colleges, and universities. Top academic institutions usually require GPAs higher than 3.5.What is the lowest GPA to get into SMU? ›
With a GPA of 3.64, SMU requires you to be above average in your high school class. You'll need at least a mix of A's and B's, with more A's than B's.Is 3.6 GPA enough for Harvard? ›
To get to Harvard your GPA has to be at least a 4.0 and even then if you get in your lucky but they require at least a 4.18 GPA only .What is the average GPA for SMU? ›
Average GPA: 3.64
The average GPA at SMU is 3.64. This makes SMU Strongly Competitive for GPAs.
Normally, you would expect the highest score to be the 'perfect' 4.0 score, however, there are several things that a student can do to receive an even higher score. For example, one student actually managed to get a 10.03 GPA score. He did this by taking 17 advanced classes at his school, which awarded him many points.Is 95% a 4.0 GPA? ›
To convert your GPA to a 4.0 scale:
|Letter Grade||Percent Grade||4.0 Scale|
The scholarship will be monitored and renewed every semester provided the scholar maintains a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.5 (or equivalent) and good conduct.What is the US equivalent to A Level? ›
For those considering US universities, the American equivalent for A Levels are the AP examinations.Is Singapore A Level harder than UK A Level? ›
Particularly in Singapore, its A level examinations have been regarded as being much more challenging than the United Kingdom, with most universities offering lower entry qualifications with regard to grades achieved on a Singaporean A level certificate. A Levels are typically worked towards over two years.What is grade 12 equivalent to in Singapore? ›
The HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA – GRADE 12 (HSD GRADE 12) provides two distinct pathways, based on Cambridge International 'A' Level (CIE A Level) and the Singapore Cambridge GCE 'A' Level curriculum.Is it better to be in the 1st percentile or 100th? ›
Percentile rank is a number between 0 and 100 indicating the percent of cases falling at or below that score. There is no 0 percentile rank - the lowest score is at the first percentile. There is no 100th percentile - the highest score is at the 99th percentile.What is a good national percentile rank? ›
The score they use to determine if a student is above average is the National Percentile Rank. A percentile rank score of 60 or above is considered above average. The National Percentile Rank score (NP) typically follows the Raw Score (RS) as you look across the page of an achievement test report from left to right.Is being in the 20th percentile good? ›
For example, if a student is ranked in the 70th percentile, they would be considered to be above average. However, if a student is ranked in the 20th percentile, then they are below average.Is IGP available in USA? ›
Other than India, we deliver in over 90 countries worldwide, e.g. Australia, the USA, UK, Singapore, New Zealand, and Canada. Our fully connected global network makes it possible for us to ensure timely and hassle-free delivery.Where is IGP based? ›
The Company is headquartered in Mumbai and has over 300 employees across its offices in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Jaipur, Pune, Singapore and California. IGP has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in India with FY 2020 revenues of over US$ 30 million.Who is the director of IGP? ›
Neetu Kalra - Director - IGP | LinkedIn.
SINGAPORE – The National University of Singapore (NUS) has for the first time emerged as one of the world's top 20 universities by reputation in a list topped by American Ivy League college Harvard. NUS climbed to the 19th spot in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings released on Wednesday.Is NUS better than Oxford? ›
NUS gives better job prospects than Yale, Princeton, LSE – ranks just behind Oxford, Stanford.Are NUS and NTU considered elite universities? ›
National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) are both consistently ranked among the global top 15 in the QS World University Rankings®, and are typically extremely close together in the table. This year, NUS is the highest ranked Singaporean university, by one place.What is the lowest GPA in Harvard? ›
After being admitted with a 3.0 or higher grade-point average (GPA), you must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 to be considered in good academic standing. If your GPA falls below 2.0, you are in poor academic standing.What is the lowest GPA accepted at Harvard? ›
You should also have a 4.18 GPA or higher. If your GPA is lower than this, you need to compensate with a higher SAT/ACT score. For a school as selective as Harvard, you'll also need to impress them with the rest of your application. We'll cover those details next.How can I get 5.0 GPA in NTU? ›
Is the maximum score 4 or 5? Generally, NUS, NTU, SuSS and SIT have similar grading methods. The maximum GPA is 5.0, corresponding to a grade A or A+ for a particular subject. This means that if you score A or A+ for all the subjects that you take, you will get achieve a 5.0 GPA in the end.How do you get a 5.0 GPA? ›
Students in an AP class with weighted grading receive a five-point weighted average for each of the four-letter grades: As, Bs, Cs, and Ds. As a result, a student who only takes AP classes and receives A's will have a 5.0 GPA.Is 5.0 the best GPA? ›
Typically, high schools that employ weighted GPAs use a 0–5 scale, with 5.0 being the best score available. Although a GPA above 5.0 is uncommon, schools occasionally design their point systems so that students enrolled in difficult courses might accrue extra points.Is a 3.4 GPA honors? ›
cum laude: at least a 3.0 total GPA (grade point average) and a class rank in the 75th percentile or above in the student's school or college. magna cum laude: at least a 3.4 total GPA (grade point average) and a class rank in the 85th percentile or above in the student's school or college.What is the highest GPA in NUS? ›
Grade Point Average (GPA)
Under the NUS GPA System, all undergraduate courses are graded on a scale of 0 to 5, with 5 being the highest grade and 0 the lowest.
Semester GPA - sum of (grade point X credit units) / sum of (credit units) for modules examined (including failed modules) in the semester. Cumulative GPA - sum of (grade point X credit units) / sum of (credit units) for all modules examined (including failed modules) up to and including the current semester.How important is GPA in Singapore? ›
The Point of Having Good Academic Grades
In Singapore, we have a system of meritocracy, valuing good academic grades and achievements. Whether you like it or not, GPA is one of the many ways the government or employers assess your suitability for a job, university placement, career success, and more.
Nanyang Technological University Rankings
Nanyang Technological University is ranked #30 in Best Global Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence. Read more about how we rank schools.
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) is one of the top public universities in Singapore, Singapore. It is ranked #19 in QS World University Rankings 2023.What subject is NTU famous for? ›
Home to the best school in Asia for communication and media (QS World University Rankings and Academic Ranking of World Universities); fast-growing humanities and social sciences schools with special strengths in research on Asia; and Singapore's first professional art school offering degree courses in art, design and ...What is the average GPA in America? ›
The average high school GPA in the US is 3.0, which also accounts for roughly 35% of students who don't end up applying for college. However, for college applicants, the average GPA is more likely between 3.5 and 4.0.What GPA do you need to get into Harvard? ›
The average high school GPA of admitted students at Harvard is around 4.2. 73% of students had a GPA of at least 4.0, indicating that admitted students typically mostly earned A grades in high school. If you're studying the IB, this translates to scoring mostly 7s and achieving a minimum score of at least 42.What GPA is a dean's list? ›
The award is given to a top percentile of students, like the top 10% or 25%. The exact dean's list GPA requirements will depend on each particular pool of students, but is usually at least a 3.5 GPA. To be eligible, you'll also need to be a full-time student taking a minimum number of credits (often around 12 credits).Is a 3.1 GPA acceptable? ›
Is a 3.1 GPA Good? A grade of B demonstrates good performance, making a 3.1 a “good” GPA. Most colleges (if not all) accept applications from students attaining a 3.1 GPA, especially considering that it exceeds the national average for graduating high school seniors.What is Singapore GPA score? ›
A 3.1 GPA means that you're earning decent enough grades to be sure of acceptance at a fair amount of schools with higher admissions rates, but selective colleges may be out of reach. You should try and work on improving your grades junior year so that you can raise your GPA a bit and give yourself more options.Is a 2.79 GPA good in college? ›
The national average GPA is 3.0 which means a 2.7 is below average, and so you may have to work harder to catch up.Will Harvard accept 3.1 GPA? ›
To get to Harvard your GPA has to be at least a 4.0 and even then if you get in your lucky but they require at least a 4.18 GPA only .What is the highest GPA in university? ›
What is the highest GPA you can get? A 4.0 GPA is the highest possible score a student can get. This score means that a student received A grades in all of his or her classes.Do colleges look at weighted or unweighted GPA? ›
Colleges will look at either weighted or unweighted GPAs in your application. They do tend to prefer weighted, because it gives more information about the difficulty of your classes, but don't worry if your school uses an unweighted scale.Is GPA on a 5.0 scale? ›
5.0 GPA Scale– A 5.0 GPA scale ranges from 0 to 5.0 and is called a weighted scale. This GPA scale is preferable for evaluating your academic performance. Their rating scale is different from what we're used to, ranging from 0 to 5.What does a 3.0 GPA look like? ›
|Letter Grade||Percent Grade||4.0 Scale|
Grade Point Average (GPA)
Under the NUS GPA System, all undergraduate courses are graded on a scale of 0 to 5, with 5 being the highest grade and 0 the lowest.
While the highest GPA is 4.00 in US, it is 4.5 in Korea, 10 in Vietnam and 13 in Denmark, indicating that the same letter grades not only have different values in different nations but there are also different scale lengths as well.What is the highest lowest GPA? ›
When you study at a US university, your GPA is on a scale from 0.0 to 4.0, with 4.0 being the highest your GPA can be. GPA is very important in US universities.