The University of Adelaide

26/04/2021
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The University of Adelaide, Australia

 

Located in the city of Adelaide, South Australia, the University of Adelaide is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8) - Top 8 leading universities in Australia with many attractive study opportunities. The training programs at Adelaide are widely applied, innovative and in line with global trends, and are taught by highly qualified instructors and experts.

 

 

General introduction

For over 140 years of establishment and development, the University of Adelaide is one of the oldest and most prestigious educational institutions in Australia. The training programs at Adelaide are broad-based, innovative and suitable to the relevant discipline, and are taught by the best instructors and experts. The reputation and research achievements of the university are extremely attractive to qualified students, so the University of Adelaide is always the first choice for international students who want to study in Australia. Founded in 1874, the university has so far welcomed more than 20,000 students – including about 4,000 foreign students, more than 2,400 lecturers and staff members and is a multi-disciplinary public university. regional and multi-campus in Australia.

 

Awards and achievements

  • Top 1% of universities in the world
  • Member of the prestigious Group of Eight - Association of eight leading research-intensive universities in Australia
  • Top 4 Australia for research and commercial contracts
  • 96th in the world for Computer Science (according to THE Rankings by subject in 2020)
  • 110 Rhodes Prizes and 5 prestigious Nobel Prizes have been awarded to outstanding alumni of the university. As well as Australia's first astronaut who studied at the University of Adelaide, Mr. Andy Thomas.
  • Over 90% of research fields are rated “at or above international standards”
  • Top 200 in the world in all five fields are assessed in the ARWU industry rankings, including Medicine, Engineering, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Life Sciences. 

 

Facilities

The University of Adelaide has four main campuses: North Terrace, Roseworthy, The Waite and Thebarton. All facilities and infrastructure are arranged according to international standards. Students have access to modern lecture halls, teaching and learning tools, and an excellent library with a collection of over 2 million books and news.

At Adelaide, students are free to participate in cultural activities such as galleries, stadiums, etc., all located in a convenient neighborhood for commuting. In addition, the school has a dedicated area for students to meet their learning and entertainment needs called "Hub Central". With an area of ​​10,500 m2 and three floors invested nearly 1,000 billion VND (about 42 million USD) to serve 27,000 students, here students can find everything needed in Hub Central such as libraries, services. consulting – support, place to “fill up the stomach”, place to rest… At Hub Central, students can comfortably study anywhere thanks to the super-fast network system and covered information lookup counter all over. 

In recent years, the school has invested over 500 million Australian dollars to build more complex constructions such as:

  • University of Adelaide Medicine and Health Sciences Building
  • The Braggs (headquarters of the world's leading Institute of Quantum Optics and Advanced Sensors)
  • Dental Simulation Room
  • Hub Central (social gathering place on North Terrace campus)
  • Ingkari Wardli (headquarters of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Computer and Mathematics)
  • Veterinary Center 

 

Courses and programs

The University of Adelaide offers undergraduate, master's and doctoral degrees to nearly 27,000 students, including more than 7,500 international students from many countries, training in the following majors:

  • Engineering – Computer Technology – Mathematics: Petroleum, Mining, Construction, Environment, Computer Technology, Electronics, Math, Science
  • Medical Sciences: General Medicine, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Medical Research, Psychology.
  • Social - Humanities: Politics, History, Community Science, Humanities.
  • Science: Food Industry, Animal and Veterinary Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Environment and Earth, Biochemistry, Molecular. 

There are various levels at the University of Adelaide, including Academic English; Pre University; College; Bachelor; Master and PhD. Students have complete flexibility in choosing the field of study that is suitable to them. 

 

Cost of study

 

Estimated tuition fee

(one year)

University

35.000 – 45.000 AUD

(depend on each major)

Postgraduate

37.000 – 48.500 AUD

(depend on each major)

 

Academic English

5.000 – 18.000 AUD

for the whole course

Cost of living

22.230 AUD/ year

Dormitory

13.520 AUD/ year

Entry requirements

 

Courses and program

Entrance requirements

University

- Minimum IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)

- High school graduation

- Minimum GPA 7.5

Postgraduate

- Minimum IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)

- Graduated from University with a Bachelor's degree related to the field of study

Bachelors in some fields requiring IELTS 7.0: Education, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Science and Law

 

Scholarships

The Global Citizens Scholarship is for GPA-qualified undergraduate and graduate students, worth up to 30% of tuition fees.

The Global Academic Excellence Scholarship is for students who pass the test and meet academic standards, worth 50% of the tuition fee. 

Website: https://www.adelaide.edu.au/ 

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