When did universities allow female students?
In 1836, Wesleyan became the first women’s college in the world. Over the next several decades, other women’s colleges opened up, including Barnard, Vassar, Bryn Mawr, Smith, and Wellesley. In total, 50 women’s colleges opened their doors in the U.S. between 1836 and 1875.
What are the two oldest universities in Australia?
Oldest Universities in Australia
|sort by: rank a-z town oldest filter by: public private non-profit for-profit|
|3||The University of Sydney||Sydney|
|1||The University of Melbourne||Melbourne|
|36||Federation University Australia||Ballarat …|