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The University of Adelaide, Australia

  • Country: Australia
  • Level: UG
  • Mode: On Campus
  • Fees: AUS$ 28,750.00
  • Medium: Full Time

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About this College
The University of Adelaide, Australia

The University of Adelaide was established on 6 November 1874 after a £20,000 donation by grazier and copper miner Walter Watson Hughes, along with support and donations from Thomas Elder. The main campus of the University forms the centre of Adelaide's main cultural precinct, North Terrace. It is bordered by the Art Gallery of South Australia, the State Library of South Australia, the South Australian Museum and the "City East" campus of the University of South Australia, with the Adelaide University Medical and Dental Schools located across Frome Road, behind the Royal Adelaide Hospital. The University is divided into five faculties, with various constituent schools: Faculty of Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, Faculty of the Professions, Faculty of Sciences. The University of Adelaide is one of the most research-intensive universities in Australia. The University has an outstanding track record spanning basic research to commercial outcomes and continue to produce real results at home and overseas. In the highly competitive funding environment, researchers continue to attract strong support across a broad range of fascinating and compelling fields including agriculture, health sciences and engineering. Research strengths include; Agriculture, Environment, Mineral & Energy Resources, Social Innovation, Health & Biomedical Science and Sensing & Computation. As a leading research University, they are committed to providing unique opportunities for graduates and researchers, who are recognised as worldwide leaders for their vision and capacity to address global research challenges. Most University sport is organised by the Adelaide University Sports Association (AUSA). The Sports Association was founded in 1896 by the Adelaide University Boat, Tennis and Lacrosse Clubs. The Association disaffiliated from the Adelaide University Union (AUU) on 1 January 2010 and is currently directly affiliated to the University of Adelaide. The AUSA supports 37 sporting clubs which provide a diverse range of sporting opportunities to students of the University of Adelaide (AU). The AUSA is a major stakeholder in the AU North Terrace Campus based Sports Hub fitness centre and the North Adelaide based university playing fields. The University currently enrolls in excess of 25,000 students, including 5,758 international students (2009) from more than 99 countries. Adelaide University has approximately 130,000 Alumni worldwide, along with 400 student exchange agreements.

Head Office

Address
  • Engine Shed,
  • Station Approach,
  • Temple Meads,
  • Bristol. BS1 6QH.
  • England. U.K.
Phone
  • +44 78719 54545
  • +44 7830850845
  • +44 1179 0800 97

London Office

Address
  • # 1, Coldbath Square,
  • Farringdon,
  • London. EC1R 5HL.
  • England. U.K.
Phone
  • +44 78719 54545

India Office

Address
  • # 4, Akil Medu 5th Street,
  • Erode - 638 001.
  • Tamil Nadu. India.
Phone
  • +91 91590 54545
  • +91 91590 46464
  • +91 91590 37373

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