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The University of Adelaide - ISSCC - International Education & Study Abroad SpecialistSchool ID: 661
School Name: The University of Adelaide
School Type: Co-Ed
City: Adelaide
Tuition fee: Undergraduate: AUD$22,000-$58,250
Residential Type: Accommodation
Rental fee: AUD$290-475 per week
Program offer: Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Postgraduate Research, English Language
Other Information: Adelaide was founded in 1836 and is the state capital of South Australia. It is an attractive, well-planned city of wide streets, gardens, squares, parklands and a mixture of historic and modern buildings. Around 1.2 million people live in Adelaide, making it the fifth-largest city in Australia. The city is small enough to be friendly and welcoming, yet large enough to provide plenty of attractions and entertainment. The Adelaide Fringe festival celebrates the city's love of music and the performing arts with artists coming from around the world each year. The National Wine Centre of Australia is part of the University and one of the city's true icons, providing catering and function rooms for clients. There are also splendid wineries, food producers, villages and natural attractions nearby in the Mount Lofty Ranges, Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale. Many religious faiths are practiced in Adelaide. It is home to Australia's oldest mosque, and there are active Christian, Islamic, Hindu, Jewish, Sikh and Baha'i communities in the city. Set between the hills and the sea, Adelaide enjoys a Mediterranean climate with a 16C average maximum in winter and 29C average maximum during summer. Beaches, outdoor sports, theatre and shopping are popular pastimes. Adelaide was ranked in the 'Top 7 - 11 of the World's Most Livable Cities' 2008 & 2009 respectively, due to a widespread availability of goods and services, low personal risk and an effective infrastructure.* The University of Adelaide offers around 180 undergraduate and over 200 postgraduate coursework programs (including specialisations) across a broad range of academic fields, as well as research degrees (PhD and Masters). The University of Adelaide's high quality teaching staff have received a range of Commonwealth, State and other teaching awards. The University of Adelaide has a long tradition of providing a scholarly, diverse, exciting and rewarding learning environment. Its students graduate with problem-solving abilities and a readiness to inquire, to analyse and to pursue lifelong learning. The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world. We offer a high-quality education that's recognised internationally and also leads to satisfying and rewarding careers. We've produced numerous Nobel Prize winners and more than 100 Rhodes Scholars. We're a member of the Group of Eight, made up of Australia's top research-intensive universities. The University of Adelaide is one of Australia's most prestigious universities and is renowned internationally for excellence in education and research. We offer studies in agriculture, business, law, engineering, mathematical and computer sciences, architecture, medicine, dentistry, humanities and social sciences, music, teaching and sciences at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. There are also opportunities for short-term study through the Study Abroad and Exchange programs. The University of Adelaide welcomes enquiries from international students interested in coming to study in our undergraduate, postgraduate, study abroad and exchange programs. The University of Adelaide has a range of campuses that provide an exceptional learning atmosphere in which students can achieve their best. The North Terrace Campus is located in the heart of the city of Adelaide, adjacent the business and shopping district and the parklands bordering the River Torrens. Since 2003, it has included the National Wine Centre of Australia. The campus is the primary location of undergraduate teaching and the base for a broad range of applied and fundamental research. The Roseworthy Campus is situated on nearly 1600 ha of farming land north of Adelaide, and is an internationally renowned centre of excellence in dryland agriculture and animal production. One of the unique aspects of the campus is its setting amidst a commercially viable, fully functional farm. It is one of the few institutions in the world offering students practical insight into dryland farming systems as well as livestock production, and environmental and natural resource management. The Adelaide University Research Park (Thebarton Campus) is one of the premier university-owned technology/research parks in Australia. It is home to commercial tenants, research centres, more than 20 University spin-off companies and includes the highest concentration of biotechnology enterprises in Australia. The University operates from the Research Park to promote and facilitate links with industry. It is a national leader in enterprise education and incubation. The Waite Campus precinct is the largest agricultural complex in the southern hemisphere and boasts the most modern technology available for students and researchers. The campus also contains modern laboratories for chemical, biochemical, physiological and ecological studies, there are small-scale experimental plots and a vineyard, as well as extensive computer suites and the Woolhouse Library. A unique aspect of the Waite Campus is the collocation with the University of a number of research bodies and institutes, which together with the University, create one of Australia's most effective research precincts.

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