• Established In : 1874

    Affiliated To : Member of the Group of Eight, ASAIHL, ACU

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    Website : www.adelaide.edu.au

    • The University of Adelaide
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The University of Adelaide Key Information:-

•Informally known: University of Adelaide
•Nicknames: Adelaide University or Adelaide Uni
•Established: 1874
•Motto:Sub Cruce Lumen (LATIN) "The light (of learning) under the (Southern) Cross"
•Address: Adelaide SA 5005, Australia
•Affiliation: Member of the Group of Eight, ASAIHL, ACU
•Category: Public Research University
•Available study options: Undergraduate/Graduate
•Chancellor: The Hon. Robert Hill
•Vice-Chancellor: Professor Warren Bebbington
•University paper: Adelaidean
•Website: www.adelaide.edu.au
•Phone: +61 8 8313 5208

The University of Adelaide Highlights:-

• The University of Adelaide is a world-class tertiary education and research institution committed to delivering high quality and distinct learning, teaching and research experiences.
• This sandstorm university is the third oldest university in Australia.
• The Group 8 is also a powerhouse of research. (Its researchers are active in both basic and commercially-oriented research across a broad range of fields including agriculture, health sciences and engineering).
• The University is divided into five faculties, with various constituent schools.
• University of Adelaide in collaboration with University of South Australia offers Masters programmes in Marine Engineering. The degree is from University of Adelaide and a certain number of courses are delivered by University of South Australia.
• Adelaide Uni is also known  for its student support services and teaching excellence.

The University of Adelaide Admissions :

The University of Adelaide Admission:-

Following is the all information you may need about  University of Adelaide Adelaide undergraduate and postgraduate admission.

How to apply for University of Adelaide Undergraduate Admission:-

Following is step-by-step procedure for University of Adelaide Undergraduate Admission.

•Step 1: Select Your Program
•Step 2: Check the program entry requirements
•Step 3: Check the application closing dates
•Step 4: Apply
•Step 5: Provide Certified Documents
•Step 6: Successful/Unsuccessful application

University of Adelaide Postgraduate Admission:-

International Applications:-

Each year the University of Adelaide conducts three rounds of applications for international postgraduate research admission and scholarships.

You can apply for:
Admission only, or
Admission and Scholarship.
Applicants will be automatically considered for every available scholarship for which they are eligible.
CLICK HERE for International Online Application.

Domestic Applications

Each year The University of Adelaide conducts the Major and Mid Year Rounds of applications for Domestic postgraduate research admission and/or scholarships.

For Citizens of Australia or New Zealand and for Permanent Residents of Australia.
You can apply for:
Admission only, or
Scholarship only, or
Admission and Scholarship.

CLICK HERE for Domestic Online Application.

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The University of Adelaide Academic Year:

The University of Adelaide Academic year is divided into two semesters:-

SEMESTER 01: March to June
SEMESTER 02: July to November

The University of Adelaide Tuition Fee

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The University of Adelaide Infrastructure

The University of Adelaide Infrastructure:-

The main campus of  University of Adelaide Adelaide is located  on North Terrace in the Adelaide city centre, adjacent to the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum and the State Library of South Australia. The university has five campuses throughout the state: North Terrace; Roseworthy College at Roseworthy; The Waite Institute at Urrbrae; Thebarton; and the National Wine Centre in the Adelaide Park Lands. It has a sixth campus, the Ngee Ann – Adelaide Education Centre (NAAEC), in Singapore.

The University of Adelaide, unlike most universities, did not set any land aside on its North Terrace campus for student accommodation, due mainly to an ideological opposition to the culture of live-in students, but also influenced by the small size of the original campus.However, demand for residential college accommodation led to the establishment of private colleges affiliated to the University. St. Mark's College was founded by the Anglican Church (then called the Church of England) in 1925, Aquinas College in 1950 by the Catholic Church, Lincoln College in 1952 by the Methodist Church, and later St Ann's College, and Kathleen Lumley College. All are located within close walking distance of the University, across the River Torrens in North Adelaide.

The University of Adelaide Faculty:-

The University of Adelaide Adelaide Faculty consists of  subjects experts and researchers It is associated with five Nobel laureates, 104 Rhodes scholars.

The University of Adelaide Student Life and Activities:-

Students benefit from interacting with other students who come from diverse backgrounds and more than 90 different countries. Campus life at the University of Adelaide includes cafeterias with international food, a new fitness centre and more than 100 student clubs and societies. The other students needs are met with services such as health, banking and postal facilities, childcare, education and welfare, careers, language and study skills.

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The University of Adelaide Rankings

The University of  Adelaide Rankings:-

The University of Adelaide, a public research university is the third oldest university in Australia. This sandstone university has been associated with five Nobel laureates, 104 Rhodes scholars and is a member of the Group of Eight. The University of Adelaide has also consolidated its position as one of the most research-intensive university in Australia. The university is committed to basic and commercially oriented research in faculties of Agriculture, Environment, Mineral & Energy Resources, Social Innovation, Health & Biomedical Science and Sensing & Computation.

The QS World University Rankings for 2011 ranked the University of Adelaide 92nd in the world's top 300 universities and in 2012, it was ranked 102nd.

The University of Adelaide Contact Details

Adelaide SA 5005, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8313 5208

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