Map of study locations in South Australia
Universities ranked in the top 2% of the world.
Additional year of post-study work rights for graduates with a Higher Education qualification who remain in South Australia.
South Australia has untouched beaches, world-class wineries, mountains and lots of Australian wildlife.
The capital city of South Australia, Adelaide, is a leading education city with established institutions across all areas of study.
The University of Adelaide is ranked in the world's top 100 universities and is recognised globally as a leading research university.
South Australia is known as an economic hub for industries including:
The Australian Space Agency is based in Adelaide, located amongst a thriving start-up ecosystem attracting global investment and talent to the city. Adelaide is also host to global technology leaders Microsoft, NEC, BAE Systems and the big four accounting firms.
There’s so much to discover in South Australia.
When you travel outside of the capital city, Adelaide, you can explore ancient craters and cliffs in the Flinders Ranges and hike nature trails. Or choose to visit one of the world-famous wine regions including the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills, Mc Laren Vale and the Clare valley.
Barossa Valley, SA. Image courtesy of Tourism Australia.
Another one of South Australia’s highlights is Kangaroo Island. Often referred to as the ‘zoo without fences’, the island offers a wealth of Australian wildlife, bushwalks, secluded beaches, restaurants and wineries to experience.
Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Image courtesy of Tourism Australia.
Adelaide is ranked one of the world’s most livable cities, with diverse cultures, thriving local industries, affordable living and the beach and the mountains just minutes away from the city.
There is so much to experience, from local fresh food markets, international sporting events, festivals and world-class restaurants and cafes. Adelaide is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment.
Flinders University, The University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, Torrens University and TAFE SA.
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Adelaide has a lower cost of living than other Australian capital cities.
Adelaide is a medium-sized city with a relaxed and welcoming feel. As a compact city, it’s easy to get to the outstanding education providers.
Adelaide offers the ideal combination of premium study options, industry connections and an accessible and affordable lifestyle perfect for young people.
After graduation, students are often in high demand, as universities and other education institutions in Adelaide have cultivated a strong reputation for developing graduates of international distinction.
The outdoor cinema, Adelaide
StudyAdelaide also has a year-long calendar of free and discounted events and activities that give students the opportunity to meet, make new friends and immerse themselves in different aspects of Australian culture. You can also find student help and support, and more information about living and studying in Adelaide.