The University of Adelaide is an Australian university with a campus locations in Adelaide. University of Adelaide offers a wide range of degrees, courses, research, accommodation, clubs and societies, sporting facilities and events. Read more…
Established in 1874, the University of Adelaide is a university of outstanding quality and is ranked among the top one per cent in the world.
Adelaide has made a habit of breaking new ground. They were Australia’s first university to welcome female students. The first to offer science and business degrees. The first with a conservatorium of music.
Among those who’ve studied, taught, or conducted research here are Australia’s first female prime minister; space-walking astronaut; Indigenous Rhodes Scholar; and female Supreme Court judge, state governor and university chancellor. That’s in addition to the 2021 Young Australian of the Year; 2020 Australian of the Year; and five Nobel Prize winners.
Their bold spirit continues to drive them to excel. In research, as our state’s only member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities, they are rising to global challenges in a huge range of fields, with work universally rated world-standard or above.
In fact, their output frequently collaborative with industry and government is recognised as ‘well above’ world standard in 41 distinct areas. These range from space sciences, materials engineering and AI, to cardiorespiratory medicine, crop production and environmental science.
Their degrees combine deep discipline knowledge with broad, transferable skills, ensuring graduates are well prepared for multidimensional careers in the future workforce.