In search of better
There’s a lot happening here at the University of Adelaide. Education. Research. Innovation. But it all stems from one motivation—progress. For our students. Our community. Our world. And we can’t wait to see what’s around the next corner.
Facts and figures
All our key numbers and ratios.
Our quality and performance internationally verified.
Leadership and structure
Our framework for success.
From community to commercial, local to global. Collaboration drives us.
Pioneers from day one. Leaders still. This is our story.
Every service and facility. Every faculty and division.
Indigenous music legacy celebrated with new exhibition
The University of Adelaide will celebrate 50 years of Indigenous music education with a new interactive exhibition.
Scholars supported to drive positive change
Six students from the University of Adelaide have been awarded prestigious Westpac Scholarships for 2023.
Australian shallow reefs in decline
Marine life being out of sight, does not mean it is out of trouble.
University of Adelaide subjects rated among the world’s best
The University of Adelaide has again cemented its place among the world’s top-performing universities, with the release of the 2023 QS World University Subject Rankings.
Let Our Songs Speak for Us is the latest University of Adelaide Library exhibition that tells the story of CASM, the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music, and its ground-breaking history over the last 50 years.
2023 Australian Rover Challenge
The University of Adelaide, with support from our premier partner Boeing, major partners ispace, the Australian Space Agency, and event supporters Defence SA, SASIC and Drone Deploy, are excited to host the 2023 Australian Rover Challenge. Cheer on team University of Adelaide as they design and build a semi-autonomous rover to compete against Australian and international university teams in a simulated lunar environment.
Healthy Development Adelaide forum
Living below the poverty line. Speakers will present around Issues of financial inclusion, food insecurity, and service organisation perspective will be explored. The Anti-Poverty Network SA will also discuss their campaign work around welfare, social security, housing and lived experience. The Braggs lecture theatre, North Terrace campus. 5.30-8.30 pm. Register.
Professor Nicola Spurrier, Professor Helen Marshall AM, and Professor Zoe Jordan will present on their life journeys and current work. Alongside distinguished keynote speakers are commencing HDR students who will be presenting their research in the topic areas of methodology and medicine. Friday 24 March, 9 am to 5 pm. Joe Verco Lecture Theatre. Register.