|Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce
|Year of establishment
|Adelaide SA 5005, Australia
|Adelaide, South Australia
|61 8 8313 4455
University of Adelaide
The University of Adelaide, informally Adelaide University, is a public university located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the third-oldest university in South Australia. It is a member of the sandstone universities.
It is known for having a considerable impact on public life in South Australia as it has produced many of the state's businesspeople, lawyers, medical professionals, and politicians.
They pursue meaningful change as we celebrate their proud history: applying proven values in the pursuit of contemporary educational and research excellence; meeting their local and global community’s evolving needs and challenges; and striving to prepare their graduates for their aspirations and the needs of the future workforce. Their focus is informed by the manifold changes confronting today’s society, including the:
- need for economic transition—to new industries and jobs
- imperative of social transformation—demanding more accessible, lifelong learning
- impact of globalisation—making global opportunities available locally
- pervasive nature of technological disruption—redefining socio-economic constructs
- pursuit of sustainability—socially, economically and environmentally.
The University of Adelaide is a Public university located in Adelaide.
The University of Adelaide was founded in 1874.
The current president of University of Adelaide is Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce.
According to verified online sources, the University of Adelaide enrolls a total of 54714 students.
According to the main website, the University of Adelaide has a total student population of 27357 undergraduate students and 27357 graduate students.