STUDY IN ADELAIDE
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Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and one of the most relaxed cities in the country. The city is well known for its stylish architecture, boutique shopping and fine restaurants, making it a great place to study a degree in Australia. Adelaide also has a big international student population, with many coming to study English in the city before taking up honours degrees at one of the city’s three public universities.
Choosing to study a degree in Adelaide means being located right in the middle of Australia’s wine region, with the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and Clare Valley all with an easy day trip.
Study in Adelaide?The city is home to three public universities as well as three campuses from foreign universities. You can study a degree in Adelaide at:
- University of Adelaide
- Flinders University of South Australia
- University of South Australia
- Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College Australia
- Cranfield University’s Defence College of Management and Technology
University College London’s School of Energy and Resources
Undergraduate degrees in Australia typically take three years to complete, although this can be extended depending on the subject and mode of study.
Immigration and visasIn order to study a degree in Adelaide students will need to get a student visa. The Department for Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) grants visas to students whose courses are registered and full time.
The student visa allows for study at Adelaide universities, as well as the freedom to work part time. It also provides access to:
- Subsidised student health cover in Australia
Possibilities to study in Australia for longer than first planned
Accommodation and living costsMost undergraduate students in Adelaide will choose to live in university halls of accommodation – at least for their first year. This will allow you to meet fellow students, live close to the university and avoid dealing with estate agents on moving.
However, if you do decide to look for your own accommodation, you should consider living in the following areas, which are popular with students: