The University of Adelaide’s distinguished alumni include five Nobel Prize winners, over 100 Rhodes Scholars, including Australia’s first Indigenous scholar, and Australia’s first female Prime Minister and Supreme Court Justice. Many of the staff and faculty are internationally recognised leaders in their fields. And we attract a diverse student body of over 27,000 from more than 90 countries.
They are a dynamic player in society, leading the community in implementing change for social and economic benefit. They listen to industry and work with diverse community groups to provide education and research of the highest value and impact.
The University of Adelaide’s picturesque North Terrace Campus is located in the heart of the city of Adelaide, overlooking the Torrens River.
Why the University of Adelaide?
- Top 100 Universities worldwide
- N1 between the Group of 8 Universities for student satisfaction
- One extra year of in-country post-study work
- Adelaide is the world’s third most liveable city
More about the University of Adelaide
“There’s a lot happening here at the University of Adelaide. Education. Research. Innovation. But it all stems from one motivation—progress”
The University of Adelaide is recognised as one of Australia’s most prestigious research-intensive universities. When you study there, you will be challenged and inspired. You will receive the best academic preparation to succeed in your chosen discipline and be equipped with the knowledge and skills you need to make a real difference.
Scholarship at the University of Adelaide
The University of Adelaide has a bunch of scholarships available specifically to international students, with different sets of criteria. Check out everything they have to offer scholarship wise here.