Covid-19 has affected students globally, however UniSA has plans in place to facilitate students' study. The university is adapting and doing things differently so that students can still pursue their goals and plan for their future.
UniSA has a range of degrees available which include courses that can be started online as part of the September 2020 intake. Once students apply, they will be sent a customised study plan mapping out how the online to on campus process works so students can start their studies online and transfer to Adelaide later.
UniSA highly ranked
The University of South Australia continues to demonstrate its strength as a globally connected and engaged university. In the latest rankings the university rose to number 25 in the 2020 THE Young University Rankings and to number 29 in the QS Top 50 Under 50. This is a great result for an institution which is still only 29 years old and highlights the university's commitment to being young and innovative, particularly given the increasing competition from other young universities.
The university also performed strongly in the THE Impact Rankings in 2020, and was recognised as number one in Australia for its quality education, sixth worldwide and in the top 100 for overall university impact.
UniSA's Vice Chancellor, Professor David Lloyd said, ''As our university grows, responds to changing demographics, changing technologies and changing higher education funding models, maintaining and improving our commitment to equity, access and engagement, is core.''