Schools / Universities Adelaide
With its ‘small town’ vibe and friendly, close knit community schools and universities in Adelaide are popular with overseas and local students seeking a quality education in the career of their choice. And they have some quality universities to choose from too. Learn more about some of the schools and universities in Adelaide in our blog.
The main population areas of South Australia are concentrated in the southeast of the state but several of the universities have regional campuses and research centres. Some of the courses also require students to go on field trips.
CoachHire offers reliable group transportation in Adelaide that fully meets these travel needs. Contact our Adelaide team for friendly, experienced assistance with your group travel arrangements.
Schools / Universities Adelaide – The University of Adelaide
The University of Adelaide is another member of the Group of Eight and South Australia’s oldest university. It was established in 1874, making it also the 3rd oldest in the country.
The main campus is on North Terrace in the CBD with another 4 located around the state, one of which is the National Wine Centre in the Adelaide Park Lands. There is also a campus in Singapore.
With 5 faculties all up, Adelaide offers undergraduate, graduate and master degrees in Engineering, Computer Science, Maths, Health, Medicine, Arts, Science and Business Professions.
Schools / Universities Adelaide – Torrens University Australia
Torrens University Australia is one of 3 private universities in Australia. Whilst the chancellery and the main campus are in the Adelaide CBD, there are also campuses in Melbourne, Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Brisbane and Auckland.
Torrens has the distinction of being officially opened by former US President Bill Clinton in 2014. Courses offered include Business Administration, Commerce, Design and Digital Media, Education, Public Health, and Global Project Management. The university also runs NEAS endorsed English language courses.
Schools / Universities Adelaide – Flinders University
Flinders University is a public teaching and research university. Named after one of South Australia’s early explorers in Matthew Flinders, the university was established in 1966. The main campus is in Bedford Park. Additional external teaching facilities are located in country areas of the state as well as in the Northern Territory and southwest Victoria.
Flinders has 6 faculties all up offering degree courses in Business, Law, Education, Social Work, Humanities, Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Science, Engineering, Psychology and Health Sciences. Some of these courses are also available in select locations throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
Schools / Universities Adelaide – The University of South Australia
In the late 1980’s and throughout the 1990’s most of Australia’s Institutes of Technology and Colleges of Advanced Education were merged at state level to create multi-campus universities. UniSA, or the University of South Australia is one of them. It was created in 1991 from a merger of the South Australian Institute of Technology and several campuses of the South Australian College of Advanced Education.
Like most universities UniSA is a public research university and a member of the Australian Technology Network of universities. It’s also the largest university in South Australia in terms of student enrolments.
There are two campuses within the Adelaide CBD, two in the greater Adelaide metropolitan area, and two in regional South Australia.
Schools / Universities Adelaide – Australian Catholic University
Thebarton in Adelaide is the site of the Australian Catholic University’s newest campus. The ACU has campuses in each of the mainland capitals on the East Coast as well as Ballarat. ACU’s Adelaide campus incorporates the Catholic Theological College (Adelaide) and was established in 2013.
The Thebarton campus is part of the university’s Faculty of Theology and Philosophy and offers graduate and master’s degree courses in Theological Studies as well as a Doctor of Philosophy.
If your degree or course involves field trips or visits to remote research centres, you’re going to require group transport. That’s where CoachHire can help with a fleet of well-maintained coaches and mini-buses.
For low cost coach charter in Adelaide to get students and staff to regional campuses or research facilities belonging to schools and universities in Adelaide, contact coachhire’s team of experienced transport co-ordinators.