Australia
The University of Adelaide
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The Institution of Adelaide is an open university that was founded in 1874 and is the third oldest university in Australia. The University of Adelaide, South Australia, is organised into five faculties and offers over 400 undergraduates and graduate programmes. The university has a strong reputation for its courses, research, and progressive-learning method. The most popular programmes are the MSc in Computer Science and the MBA.
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Cost of attendance

The average annual cost of attending the University of Adelaide is 60,000 AUD (33 lakhs), which includes tuition and living expenses. To help offset the high cost of living and tuition, students can apply for tuition fee waivers ranging from 15% to 50% through scholarships granted by the university.

Accommodation

The university only has on-campus housing on the Roseworthy campus, although it collaborates with select residential homes to supply it to students to make their search easier. Their expert team of accommodation consultants is available to assist our university community with general accommodation information, managed student housing for your first year at the University of Adelaide (24 hours a day, 7 days a week). Some of the amenities provided by the university on-campus housing include free and unrestricted Wi-Fi, a bed, a wardrobe, and a dresser. Accommodation expenses for various on-campus living options range from $7,750 to $13,520 AUD. Off campus rent ranges from 282AUD to 371AUD a week on average.

Acceptance rate

The overall number of students enrolled at the university is 27094, with international students from over 100 countries accounting for 35% of the total. The acceptance rate stands at 29.0 percent.

Campus

The University of Adelaide has a total of four campuses, all of which are situated in Australia: The major campus of the institution is North Terrace Campus, which is located in the Central Business District. It is the principal location for undergraduate programmes as well as a few research facilities. The renowned Waite Research Institute is located on the Waite Campus. It also teaches plant biotechnology, plant breeding, sustainable agriculture, horticulture, and land management, among other things. The Roseworthy Campus hosts classes in animal and veterinary sciences, dry-land agriculture, and animal production. The Melbourne Campus provides selected degrees, including a UG in Commerce and a PG in Accounting, Finance, Applied Finance, Professional Accounting, and Computing and Innovation.

Accredition

They are one of less than 5% of business schools worldwide to be AACSB approved. They are delighted to be a part of this group since this type of prominent certification ensures that their school is committed to providing its pupils with the finest quality education possible.

Jobs and Placement

The University's career centre assists students in developing their talents and connecting with businesses. In addition, the centre strives to improve employability skills through resume writing, mock interviews, and career coaching. Students are given access to online portals and virtual employment resources where they can post their resumes and employers can choose the best prospects. In Australia, the average annual pay for University of Adelaide staff is AU$81761 per year.

QS Ranking

#108 in QS World University Ranking 2022.

The Ranking

#111 in THE World University Ranking 2022.

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