Division & Leadership
- Student Learning
- Student Operations
- Education Transformation
Division of Academic and Student Engagement
The Division of Academic and Student Engagement comprises six key portfolio areas that provide strategic support to the DVC&VP(A).
- Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Learning)
- Education Strategy & Teaching Excellence
- Learning, Enhancement & Innovation
- Learning & Quality Support
- Student Engagement and Success
- Pro Vice-Chancellor (International)
- Global Engagement
- International Business Development & Admissions Service
- Study Overseas
- Dean, Indigenous Research and Education Strategy
- Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education
- Executive Director, Student Operations
- Children's University
- Student Administration
- Student Affairs
- Student Experience
- Student Life
- University Library
- University Collections
- Executive Director, Education Transformation
- Office of Academic and Student Engagement
- Professional and Continuing Education
Office of Academic and Student Engagement
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Academic) is supported by the Office of Academic and Student Engagement, which is responsible for:
- Advice to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President (Academic) relating to strategy in portfolio areas
- Support in leadership of the Division including business planning, budgeting, and major projects
- Strategic support to Divisional portfolio areas in administration and in the delivery of strategic initiatives
- Administrative support for the Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President (Academic) and the portfolio leaders
The Organisational Chart of the Division of Academic and Student Engagement shows the relationship between the composite entities of the Division.
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Learning)
ThePro Vice-Chancellor (Student Learning) (PVC(SL)) is responsible for quality assurance in learning and teaching and academic support for staff and students. The PVC(SL) provides strategic direction and leadership to the University of Adelaide as it continues to pursue its goal of excellence in education. Key to this goal is delivering an integrated, high-quality learning experience for each student, which encompasses all aspects of University life.
The following report to the PVC(Student Learning):
Education Strategy & Teaching Excellence
The Employability team are responsible for administering work integrated learning recognition throughout the University. They are responsible for the Adelaide Graduate Award and Internships.
Leadership & Contact: Sharon Scott, Manager Student Employability
Learning Enhancement & Innovation
Learning Enhancement & Innovation leads coordinated services, development initiatives and impact evaluations for learning enhancement and innovation including the key areas of e-learning and learning analytics. LEI is also home to Adelaide X, partnering with edX to offer a series of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses).
Learning & Quality Support
Learning and Quality Support facilitate and contribute to quality assurance processes and quality enhancement at the University of Adelaide, including through provider registration and accreditation reviews, program approvals, course program and organisational unit reviews, benchmarking and survey management.
Student Engagement & Success
The Student Engagement and Success Team are responsible for providing academic support services to University of Adelaide students. The team consists of the Maths Learning Centre, Writing Centre, and PASS.
Pro Vice-Chancellor (International)
The Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) (PVC(I)) provides leadership and oversight for all University international and internationalisation initiatives, with a particular focus on activities and partnerships of University-wide strategic importance that support and enhance the University’s growth objectives. This includes facilitating the development of strategic alliances and collaborative agreements with international partners, including articulation, pathways, exchange and off-shore teaching arrangements, developing international policy, fostering student global mobility and supporting international research partnerships.
Leadership: This position is currently vacant.
Contact: Dr. David Cannon, Executive Support Officer.
The following report to the PVC(International):
International Business Development & Admissions Service
Study Overseas at the University of Adelaide creates, promotes, and administers international study experiences for University of Adelaide students.
Leadership: Simon Futo, Associate Director Study Overseas
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 831 38220.
Dean, Indigenous Research and Education Strategy
The Dean, Indigenous Research and Education Strategy is responsible for providing strategic leadership in relation to the Indigenisation of the University of Adelaide's programs, the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge and perspectives, the promotion of teaching and research in Indigenous studies, the employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, and engagement with Indigenous communities. Visit Our Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Commitment
Contact: Tania Crampton-Larking, Administrative Officer , Dean, Indigenous Research and Education Strategy
The following report to the Dean:
Executive Director, Student Operations
The portfolio of the Executive Director, Student Operations is responsible for providing leadership and direction to functional areas such as Children's University Australia, Student Administration, Student Affairs, Student Experience, and Student Life.
The following units report to the Executive Director, Student Operations:
Executive Director, Education Transformation
The Executive Director, Education Transformation is responsible for the overall strategic management of the Division of Academic and Student Engagement and for leading new growth initiatives on behalf of the Division. This role manages the Office of Academic and Student Engagement, which supports the Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President (Academic) as well as Professional and Continuing Education.
The following units report to the Executive Director, Education Transformation:
Professional and Continuing Education
Professional & Continuing Education (PCE) provide courses, workshops and education programs every year to over 6000 participants from the community, business and industry. Participants are drawn from throughout Australia and internationally, providing lifelong learning opportunities and pathways to the University. PCE incorporates the English Language Centre, which provides Academic English pathway programs, General English and English teacher training services (TESOL) for international students and visiting groups from overseas.