The University of Adelaide’s Roseworthy campus is a vibrant hub of undergraduate teaching, postgraduate training, research and clinical services north of Adelaide.
With an internationally reputation for excellence in dryland agriculture, natural resource management and animal production, the campus is now the major centre for South Australia’s animal and veterinary science research.
The University’s School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences offer degrees in veterinary medicine, animal science and animal behaviour. Over 700 students learn with internationally renowned academics who are at the forefront of research across diverse fields of animal and veterinary sciences.
Roseworthy campus is home to South Australia's only veterinary school and veterinary teaching hospital.
The Head of School and Dean of Roseworthy campus is Professor Wayne Hein.
Campus partners catalyse the University’s research and teaching success. It is these partnerships which also assist animal and veterinary science students gain industry experience and develop networks and contacts within their areas of specialisation.
Australian Grain Technologies Pty Ltd (AGT) is the largest cereal breeding company in Australia and one of the largest in the world, and has made Roseworthy the centre of its national operations.
See what Roseworthy campus has to offer below and on the campus tours website.
Roseworthy Agricultural College
Roseworthy campus has made a long and invaluable contribution to the education and careers of local, state, national and international identities across a range of industries including agriculture and viticulture.
- Series 986 Roseworthy Agricultural College Photographs & Image
- Series 1020 'The Student' Magazine of Roseworthy Agricultural College
- Series 1377 Roseworthy Old Collegians Association [ROCA] Digest
Related University of Adelaide departments
- Faculty of Sciences
- School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences
- Veterinary Health Centre
- Research centres and facilities