The University of Adelaide wins 2019 Australian Export Award

Export Awards

Representatives Drs. Vanessa Carne-Cavagnaro and David Cannon with Federal Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment (and Adelaide alumnus) Simon Birmingham. 

We are pleased to announce that the University of Adelaide has won the 2019 Australian Export Award in International Education and Training. 

In 2018, international students made up 29% of the University of Adelaide’s overall student body of 27,000. As a global institution, we plan to grow this significantly by 2028, with an increased focus on regions such as Africa, the Americas, Latin America, the Middle East and Oceania. In line with our growth objective, the university is increasing investment in online learning, blended model delivery, and delivery of content in international markets as intensive training programs. The University has world-leading researchers working across a range of challenges, generating outcomes that make our world better. From more sustainable food production, to a healthier climate. From improved health and well-being, to cleaner energy sources.

Global Engagement staff David Cannon and Vanessa Carne-Cavagnaro attended the ceremony in Canberra and accepted the award on behalf of the University of Adelaide. 

More information and other 2019 Export Award winners can be found in the Austrade press release for the Awards.

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