With more than 140 years of excellence in education, the University of Adelaide is one of Australia’s oldest and most prestigious tertiary institutions. A member of the Group of Eight, we are one of Australia’s leading research intensive universities and are consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. Since its establishment in 1874, the University has developed a strong reputation for excellence in learning, teaching and research. It has produced 109 Rhodes Scholars and is associated with five Nobel Laureates.
The University offers over 400 undergraduate and postgraduate coursework degrees across a broad range of academic fields, as well as postgraduate research degrees (PhD and Masters). Innovative and industry-relevant, Adelaide’s programs are delivered by high-quality staff who are among the best in their respective fields. Not only will students learn from the best minds but they will learn to challenge their thinking and build a skillset for a successful lifelong career.
At the University of Adelaide, students learn in small groups under the guidance of expert academics. With access to world-class facilities and learning resources you will have the opportunity to engage in research, study abroad and take on extracurricular activities while living in a multi-cultural, safe, cosmopolitan city and campus to gain a life-changing study experience.
Pathways, foundation programs and English language courses are also offered to prepare international students for entry into degree programs.
- Ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide
- Ranked 79th in Times Higher Education world’s most international universities
- Member of the Group of Eight – Australia’s prestigious university group
- 400+ undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs
- World-renowned research across disciplines
- 3rd oldest university in Australia