| University of South Australia
UniSA is the largest university in South Australia, with 37,000 students and 2,400 staff. It has four campuses in the city and one in Whyalla, and a regional centre in Mount Gambier. With over 100,000 graduates in the last twenty years, and as the leading provider of international education in the state, it is a significant contributor to South Australia's prosperity.
We strive for excellence in teaching and learning. Our programs are designed in consultation with business and the professions and include fieldwork, industry-guided simulations and business projects. With this real-world experience, our graduates are equipped with the qualities that employers look for. UniSA graduates become significant contributors to their chosen professions - people who are instrumental in reshaping contemporary societies.
Our distinctive research profile is based on bringing together multidisciplinary research teams to work with industry, business and the professions on projects that are significant to Australia, the region and the world. The close alignment of our research with the federal government's National Research Priorities means that the university is well placed for ongoing success. This is reflected in a growing research income, amounting to $61M in 2010.
UniSA was founded in January 1991 through the amalgamation of the South Australian Institute of Technology and the Magill, Salisbury and Underdale campuses of the South Australian College of Advanced Education. Under the University’s Act, its mission was ‘to preserve, extend and disseminate knowledge through teaching, research, scholarship and consultancy, and to provide educational programs that will enhance the diverse cultural life of the wider community’.
A faculty structure was adopted in 1992, and in 1993 UniSA established the Australian Technology Network (ATN) with Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Curtin University of Technology in Perth, RMIT University in Melbourne and the University of Technology, Sydney. In 1994, the first two research institutes – the Ian Wark Research Institute and the Institute for Telecommunications Research – were established, followed in 1996 by the Flexible Learning Centre, which played a major role in facilitating strategic directions fro improving teaching and learning.
Undergraduate: Economies around the world are increasingly being built on knowledge-based industries and in today's competitive job market, employers seek dedicated and self-motivated employees. A university degree is the perfect way to demonstrate your capabilities. It is a testament to your commitment and self-motivation. The University of South Australia offers a wide range of undergraduate programs that will provide you with the knowledge and experience to take up an active role in a global workplace.
Postgraduate: Postgraduate study will strengthen your intellectual abilities. Studying for a Graduate Certificate, a Graduate Diploma or a Masters degree is evidence of your commitment to your field and your capacity to contribute to the intellectual, civic and professional needs of a global society.
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