The University of Adelaide College
Students at the University of Adelaide College receive a personal and enriching experience. The institute’s dedicated and experienced staff are available to help its students every step of the way, from their arrival at the College to their graduation and progression into their chosen University of Adelaide program. It provides personal support to help students achieve their best in studies and to ensure that they are comfortable in their social lives outside of the College, preparing them for university and their careers beyond.
The College syllabus is designed with support from the University of Adelaide. Its programs combine university and bridging materials to prepare students for success in their tertiary studies. Program standards are maintained by the University ensuring the highest academic standards and the best possible preparation. Students at the College receive a greater focus from staff on their success and well-being. Its class sizes are much smaller than those in typical universities which allow its academic staff to deliver more effective lessons. Smaller class sizes also allow for their staff to provide individual guidance so that all of their students get the best support to meet their career goals.
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