University of Adelaide
Ranked in the top 1% of world universities, the 140-years old University of Adelaide offers a research-rich environment where students and researchers share a passion for knowledge and discovery.
The university attracts one of the highest levels of per capita in research funding in Australia, and consistently ranks among the most research-intensive universities in the Asia-Pacific region.
Established in 1965, Flinders University enjoys a top 2% world ranking, with students from over 100 countries.
Flinders has built a strong reputation for quality and innovation in its courses and its teaching. Popular degree programs include: Biotechnology, Business and Commerce, Education, Engineering, Environment, Law, Medicine, Nanotechnology, Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics, Psychology, Speech Pathology, Science, and Social Work.
The university’s New Venture Institute has supported students and the community to create more than 180 startup businesses.
University of South Australia
Just 25 years of age, the University of South Australia is ranked at number 32 in the Times Higher Education rankings of the world’s top universities under 50 years old. It’s a modern, progressive university that is globally-focused, locally-engaged and has long standing experience in delivering online and distance education.
The university’s technology commercialisation company UniSA Ventures facilitates the translation of research outcomes into products and services and is an important conduit linking UniSA to industry.
University College London
Home to the International Energy Policy Institute (IEPI), the Australian office of the Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) and the School of Energy and Resources, University College London (UCL) Australia has research and specialist training at the core of its activities.
UCL’s School of Energy and Resources offers niche postgraduate programmes that provide students with a rigorous and comprehensive knowledge of contemporary theory and practice in the sustainable management of energy and natural resources.
Carnegie Mellon University, Australia
Carnegie Mellon University is an internationally renowned research university with campuses in Pittsburgh, Washington DC and Silicon Valley in the United States (US), Qatar in the Middle East, and Adelaide, South Australia.
The Adelaide campus plays an integral role in delivering the university’s global strategy to offer on-the-ground education in the Asia-Pacific region.