The University of South Australia (UniSA) is a globally recognised institution offering over 200 world-class degrees to students from around the world.
Based in the stunning city of Adelaide, the university boasts two city centre campuses, two further metropolitan campuses in the city and two more regional campuses out of the city, with state-of-the-art facilities across all sites.
The university was awarded five-stars in the categories of research, employability, teaching, facilities, internationalisation, social responsibilities and innovation, capped off by a five-star overall rating in the 2019 QS Stars Ratings.
The institution also ranked number one in Australia for quality education as well as being recognised in the world top 15 for its commitment to equality in the 2020 Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings.
Ranked 29th in the world's top 50 under 50 (2021 QS Top 50 Universities Aged Under 50), the university offers a wide range of courses. It also welcomes a vast international student community of over 6,500 of a student body of over 35,000 and has global connections with 89 partner institutions around the globe.
This young, growing institution has invested heavily in infrastructure totalling over AUD 400 million in recent years. This gives students access to world-class learning spaces and technologies to take advantage of the opportunities offered.
The university has developed a first-class profile for research, working in collaboration with organisations both locally and internationally, with 100 percent of assessed research rated at world level or above by the 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) survey.
Recognised as one of Australia's most internationally diverse universities for academic teaching staff (QS World University Rankings 2021) the university provides an education focused on creating the next generation of creative minds in an industry-connected and globally enterprising university.