Why Study at the University of Adelaide?
As a member of the prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities, the University of Adelaide offers one of Australia's highest quality learning environments.
Established in 1874, the University of Adelaide is home to a thriving multicultural community, all working to make an impact in the world. It is a place where history is made - from 5 Nobel Prize winners to Australia’s first female prime minister and the first Australian astronaut to walk in space, Adelaide graduates are renowned all over the world.
Why study with us?
- Ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide
- Study a degree with recognition from a Group of Eight university
- Gain access to generous scholarships in multiple categories
- Join a diverse student body made up of 30% international students from more than 100 countries
- Be associated with 5 Nobel laureates and over 100 Rhodes Scholars
A vibrant campus culture
With its main campus located in the centre of the city of Adelaide, the University extends across three campuses where grand old buildings and leafy grounds combine with modern facilities to provide an exceptional learning atmosphere in which students can achieve their best. Find out what life on campus really means for you!
The University of Adelaide offers over 400 undergraduate and postgraduate coursework degrees across a broad range of academic fields, as well as postgraduate research degrees (PhD and Masters).
This wide range of courses is further strengthened by a high-quality teaching staff who are among the best in their respective fields. The size of our student and staff bodies ensures favourable staff-student ratios.
What our students say
I enjoy cutting-edge learning spaces in the Hub Central and Barr Smith Library. Also, the mixed culture of the east and the west is incredible, I've made friends who come from different continents.
After doing extensive research, I selected the University of Adelaide based on the excellent career services as well as numerous job and internship opportunities provided on their career site and at the university job fair.
I wanted to go to a reputable university, in a nice, diverse, and semi-quiet city. The location is perfect for someone like me who enjoys a slower-paced environment where I can still enjoy events, festivals, and city life.