Student engagement through quality learning is central to the business of the Faculty of Professions and the Faculty of the Professions learning & teaching plan is aligned with the University´s primary goals:
The Faculty values the diverse learning community of students preparing for a range of professions in the Faculty and acknowledges that each student engages in learning in different ways based on their background educational experiences and their socio-cultural identity. We value this diversity and strive to shape our teaching to be responsive to individual differences through state of the art pedagogies, flexible approaches to course delivery and technologically enhanced learning opportunities.
Further we have strong relationships with industry partners so that the knowledge construction that underpins learning in this Faculty results in graduates who demonstrate professional attributes that are highly respected in the field, both locally and internationally.
"Between the years 1980 and 1983, I studied Law at the University of Adelaide.
It was there I joined the Footlights Club and participated in comedy revues in Union Hall and the Little Theatre; I learned how to write sketches and how to perform for an audience – skills I rely on to make my living some twenty years later. That's the wonderful thing about this place – you get so much more out of it than just the degree."