If you are serious about starting a new career, advancing your current career or undertaking innovative research, why not join us for postgraduate study at the University of South Australia.The University of South Australia (UniSA) is a modern, progressive international institution, with more than 29,000 students, including approximately 5000 international students on campus. UniSA is a founding member of the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN), an influential alliance of five prominent Australian universities which teach around 20 per cent of Australia’s tertiary student population. As a UniSA student you could find yourself working in clinical and field placements, assisting with industry based projects, working alongside people from industry and the professions or completing part of your studies overseas. UniSA fosters global relationships and perspectives. UniSA has developed a reputation with leading institutions around the world for innovative teaching and research (UniSA has been awarded more than A$200 million in research funding since 2000), our extensive range of onshore programs, our quality student support services and for providing students access to state-of-the-art facilities. With expert teaching staff and strong links with industry and the professions, UniSA offers the most diverse educational menu in South Australia comprising more than 200 postgraduate programs at Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters and PhD levels.We are the only university in South Australia to offer coursework postgraduate programs in Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation, Health Science, Human Resource Management, Journalism, Physiotherapy, Property and Public Relations and have a strong focus on postgraduate Physiotherapy and Teaching programs.
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A global study of the impact of business research has ranked the #1 in the world for brand management, with the findings published in the Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine this week.
Determined by the League of Scholars, the analysis reviewed the academic impact, output, and influence of more than 100,000 business researchers worldwide, finding UniSA to be global leader for brand management research.
The study reinforces what many of the world’s marketers already know. …
’s Mawson Lakes campus will be transformed into a national testbed of renewable energy technologies with the construction of a $7.7m facility incorporating solar power, flow batteries, a hydrogen fuel cell stack and thermal energy storage.
The State Government has given the project the green light today, providing $3.6m from its Renewable Energy Fund to help build the facility.
When the project is completed by 2019, UniSA’s Mawson Lakes campus will house one of the largest flow battery and hydrogen fuel cell systems of any university in Australia. …
One of Australia’s most prolific authors, Booker Prize winner and “national treasure”, Thomas Kenneally, has been awarded the honorary title of Vice Chancellor’s Professorial Fellow at the .
The three-year Fellowship will see the award-winning novelist deliver masterclasses at UniSA from 2018, providing invaluable insights for students of creative writing and literature.
Author of more than 30 novels, and many more dramas, screenplays and books of non-fiction, Kenneally was first published in the Bulletin in 1962. …
The has welcomed Monday’s announcement of the new Australia Space Agency as a focus for Australia’s almost $3 billion industry.
UniSA Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research Professor Tanya Monro says Australian expertise in the wide range of technologies that support burgeoning space industries only needs to be focused to reap important rewards for the nation.
“Enterprising collaborations with industry put us in the box seat to meet the engineering, commercial and legal challenges to viable space industries and make the most of our national expertise and potential,” Prof Monro says. …
Three academics from UniSA’s Division of Health Sciences have been recognised on the national stage for their outstanding teaching achievements.
Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning are awarded through a highly competitive process by the Commonwealth Government’s Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT).
Midwifery Program Director Dr Lois McKellar and Lecturer Cathy Kempster were acknowledged for leading the development of a sustainable model of tailored support and innovative resources to enhance the clinical learning experience for midwifery students. …
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