University of Adelaide Australia
The University of Adelaide’s importance to South Australia – and beyond – began in 1874. Founded on the basis of generous donations from Walter Watson Hughes and Thomas Elder, we are the third-oldest university in Australia and have always been a progressive, outward-looking institution.
For well over a century, our graduates, teachers and researchers have been making outstanding contributions to a number of fields. These range from science, medicine and engineering, to law, the social sciences and performing arts.
It means we have played a vital role in contributing to the economic, social and intellectual life of our State for more than 130 years.
Adelaide University Australia Campuses
The University of Adelaide has four main campuses.
- North Terrace
- The Waite
- National Wine Centre
University of Adelaide Courses
- Undergraduate Courses
- Postgraduate Courses
- Postgraduate Degree
Adelaide University Study Areas
- Engineering, Maths, and Computer Science
- Health Sciences
- Humanities & Social Sciences
The University of Adelaide,
Sa 5005 , North Terrace Campus,
+61 8 8303 5208,
+61 8 8303 4401,