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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At 28 years old and in an increasingly competitive field of young universities, the has maintained its strong position at number 26 in the Times Higher Education global ranking of Universities under 50 years old.
The 2019 results follow a rise of six places in 2018 and are in step with the University’s strong performance in the THE Impact Ranking in April this year, where it earned a position of 22 in the world for overall University Impact and top 10 globally for quality education. …
The Federal Government’s announcement that the Australian Space Agency will be based in Adelaide is outstanding news for the state and its university sector, according to UniSA’s Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research, Professor Tanya Monro.
Professor Monro says the decision will strengthen South Australia’s long and proud history in space technology and further the state’s expertise and international collaborations associated with space education, business and innovation.
“We are hopeful that this announcement will also strengthen our bid for one of the largest Cooperative Research Centres in Australian history to develop smart satellites, …
Today the and QantasLink will sign up to a partnership that ensures the University’s brightest and best aviation students have access to special industry based additional training provided by one of the world’s leading airlines.
The partnership agreement will be signed at 10.30 am (Monday August 13) at UniSA’s Jeffrey Smart building, Hindley Street.
As Australia’s longest running aviation degree program, UniSA’s Bachelor of Aviation has been a huge success, graduating both pilots and aviation management professionals now employed across Australian and around the world. …
World renowned cancer researcher, ‘s Professor Shudong Wang, was honoured at the National Health and Medical Research Council’s (NHMRC) annual Research Excellence Awards in Canberra on 27 June, winning the Top Development Grant for 2017.
Professor Wang, who leads the team at UniSA’s Centre for Drug Discovery and Development, was awarded the prize to develop a new and effective enzyme-targeted drug for cancer patients.
Her team demonstrated the drug’s effectiveness against acute myeloid leukemia and cancers of breast and ovaries, …
The continues to grow its reputation as one of the world’s top 250 young universities, moving up six places in the Times Higher Education rankings to 26.
UniSA Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd says UniSA’s performance in the prestigious world ranking of young universities has been on an upward trajectory for the past three years.
“As Australia’s University of Enterprise, we have set our sights on institution-wide improvement – in the teaching and research we conduct locally and internationally, …
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