The University of Adelaide
CRICOS Code 00123M
By every measure, the University of Adelaide—a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities—stands tall among the world’s leading institutions of learning and innovation.
The clearest indication of this is our consistently high rating by the most respected international assessment bodies: QS World University Rankings, Times Higher Education and Shanghai Jiao Tong’s Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU). All consider us one of the top 1% of universities worldwide, and the top university in our state.
We’re equally proud of the fact that the vast majority of our research is rated ‘above or well above world standard’ by the Australian Research Council’s Excellence in Research Australia program.
We count among our distinguished alumni: five Nobel Laureates; over 100 Rhodes Scholars, including Australia’s first Indigenous recipient; and Australia’s first female prime minister and Supreme Court judge. Many of our staff and teachers are internationally recognised leaders in their fields. And we attract a diverse student body of over 27,000 from more than 90 countries.
Among the world's top 1% of universities.
At Adelaide, cutting-edge innovation takes place amidst a rich history of excellence spanning more than 140 years. Bright young minds learn alongside internationally recognised leaders in their fields. Global research impact is achieved hand-in-hand with outstanding graduate career outcomes.
FACTS & FIGURES
•21,142 students (EFTSL)
•7,009 program completions in 2018
•$181.6 million in total research income
•3,400 staff (FTE)
•49% female and 51% male
•21:1 student to staff ratio
•106 in QS World University Rankings
•120 in Times Higher Education world university rankings
•137 in Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU)
•Top 100 in 16 academic subjects measured by 2019 QS World University Rankings
•139 in CWTS Leiden Ranking 2019
The University has four campuses. Three in South Australia at North Terrace, Waite and Roseworthy and one in Melbourne, Victoria.