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The University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide creates a unique learning experience for all of its students

The University of Adelaide has a reputation that stands alongside the world’s elite universities, ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide.

Students learn under the expert guidance of leading academics and develop research skills right from the start of their undergraduate degree. Students are exposed to international perspectives and have the opportunity to build strong global networks throughout their time at the University.

Our graduates are recognised for their critical thinking abilities, communication proficiency and are equipped to become leaders of the future.

International Prospectuses contain information on specific programs, living and studying in Adelaide, postgraduate programs and admission, scholarships, major research areas, accommodation and application forms.

The University of Adelaide offers broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, where students receive a unique and holistic education experience, enhanced and enriched through greater choice, access and opportunities. 

Graduate attributes are aligned to career outcomes and degrees are relevant to the changing requirements of employers and the needs of industry and the community.

Within its structure are five multidisciplinary research institutes, established to mobilise expertise across disciplines and across the world to, among other things, address the grand humanitarian challenges of our time. The institutes bring together leading researchers and infrastructure to facilitate the most effective and progressive research reflecting national and global research priorities in the areas of agriculture, the environment, health and disease prevention, minerals and energy, photonics and advanced sensing.  

Over 80% of the University’s research areas were rated ‘at or above world class’ in the most recent Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) initiative that measures the quality and impact of research at Australian universities. Of all Australian universities, the University of Adelaide is the top performer in securing research grant funding, on a per capita basis, relative to its size.

The University works with the community through strategic partnerships and alignments with business and enterprise, government bodies, other research institutions, NGOs and industry groups. This is reflected in an extensive international partnership network.

As an institution that fosters discovery of new knowledge, sharing information and inspiring through talent has always been central to our philosophy. As such, public lectures have been held since our early beginnings.

The University works with the community through strategic partnerships and alignments with business and enterprise, government bodies, other research institutions, non-government organisations and industry groups. This is reflected in an extensive local and international partnership network.

We are committed to working with the wider community to make the transformative effect of a university education accessible to more people and to link ground-breaking research with real-life applications.

These goals can only be achieved by the community sharing the University’s vision of the crucial contribution we can play at a local, national and international level. 

 

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