Address: The University of Adelaide
Telephone: +61 8 8313 4455
Fax: +61 8 8303 4401
Email: See enquiry website:
Contact: International Student Centre
Telephone (in Australia): (08) 8303 5208
Telephone (outside Australia): +61 8 8303 5208
Facsimile (in Australia): (08) 8303 4401
Facsimile (outside Australia): +61 8 8303 4401
Application deadline is 1 December 2010 for the majority of programmes. However Bachelor of Medicine, Surgery, Dental Surgery and Oral Health have deadlines as early as 30 June 2010. Earlier application deadlines may apply to those seeking a scholarship. Classes for Semester 1 commence in February.
Application deadline is 1 May 2011 for the majority of programmes. Classes for Semester 2 commence in July.
Note: Not all faculties have a semester 2 intake
Undergraduate: $19,950 – $44,280
Postgraduate: $11,025 – $65,625* (* total course)
Note: All amounts shown are in Australian dollars.
Degrees by Distance Education
Times Higher Education Supplement: 81 (2009)
The university offers scholarships for international students at undergraduate and postgraduate level. For more information, visit http://www.international.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships/
The university provides accommodation and also has links with five private residential colleges. University accommodation rates range between $150 and $219 a week in 2010. Students are told to get in touch with the private colleges about prices and other information. There is also the option to live off-campus in private housing. The university has a housing office to assist students who require more information: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/accommodation/
About the University
The University of Adelaide, founded in 1874, is one of Australia’s oldest and most respected universities. Having produced 5 Nobel laureates and 101 Rhodes scholars, its strong reputation is known worldwide. The university focuses on applying innovative research to high-quality teaching, and its research output is ranked amongst the top 1 percent in the world in 11 subject areas. Most major disciplines can be studied across its five faculties, with natural and social sciences being particularly well-reputed. Around 24 percent of the student bodies come from overseas, enrolling from over 90 countries.
Situated on the Gulf of Saint Vincent, the coastal city of Adelaide is South Australia’s capital and seat of government. As the state’s most populous city, it has a cosmopolitan, diverse atmosphere, with around 25 percent of its residents born overseas. Those wishing to experience Australian culture will not be disappointed, with the galleries, museums, libraries and gardens of North Terrace providing ample opportunity to learn about the country and its history. Adelaide is noted worldwide for its festivals, sporting events, good food and beaches and…creating a unique student experiences.