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University of South Australia

  • 17% international / 83% domestic

About University of South Australia

UniSA is Australia’s university of enterprise and is a globally-focused, locally-engaged institution established on the dual principles of equity and excellence.

The University is South Australia’s largest and was ranked 25th in the QS World University Rankings for institutions under 50 years old in 2015.

UniSA offers degree programs across a wide range of subjects including business, law, education, arts and social sciences, health sciences, information technology, engineering and the environment.

UniSA believes a university's reputation is determined largely by the quality of its graduates, and is proud that many of its graduates now in full-time work are employed in professional occupations within four months of completing their degrees.

Campuses

Adelaide

City East

Adelaide

City East

Courses

Featured Courses

Doctorate (PhD)

UniSA provides a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment where you are encouraged to explore your own ideas under the supervision of some of Australia's leading researchers.

Bachelor

This dynamic degree is the ideal introduction to the creative world of interior design.

Bachelor

This degree provides you with transferable ideas, skills and a broad body of professional knowledge in the discipline strands of Film, Television, Visual Effects and Digital Media.

Performance Indicators

83.4%
Overall satisfacation
80.7%
Skill scale
74.2%
Teaching scale
83.2%
Employed full-time
$90k
Average salary

Student Stories


  • Student Stories
Whilst studying my double degree between 2014-2018, I was working part time at a cafe.

Emma Warren

  • Student Stories
Whilst studying my double degree between 2014-2018, I was working part time at a cafe.

Emma Warren

  • Student Stories
Whilst studying my double degree between 2014-2018, I was working part time at a cafe.

Emma Warren

  • Student Stories
Whilst studying my double degree between 2014-2018, I was working part time at a cafe.

Emma Warren