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Study Science at the University of Adelaide

Science is not just a route to the lab, it's a gateway to the world.

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At the University of Adelaide, your science degree will give you the power to tackle world challenges including extending life, eradicating world hunger, curing cancer and turning around the effects of climate change.

By studying alongside our leading researchers, world-class educators and industry partners, you’ll graduate ready to make an impact on the world, whether you’re improving one life, or saving millions.

With 75% of the world’s fastest-growing careers require a background in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), you’ll be glad you made the decision to study science with The University of Adelaide.

Start your career in one of the fastest-growing, most innovative and exciting industries there is. Study with South Australia’s leading university.


Science career and study options

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Student support

Future Scientist

However you want to make a difference, science holds the key. What type of scientist will you be?

Become a Future Scientist

Future student events

23

May

Adelaide STEM Careers Night

Connect the dots between our innovative degrees and your dream career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics!

05

Mar

Welcome to Science Academy 2019

The official welcome event for all teachers and Year 12 students participating in the 2019 Science Academy.

28

Feb

Faculty of Sciences Welcome Session and Waite Campus Orientation

Settle into study and student life at our Waite campus with our welcome and orientation day.

28

Feb

Faculty of Sciences Welcome Session and Roseworthy Campus Orientation

Get to know Roseworthy campus. Get prepared for student life. Join in our social and academic welcome and orientation activities. BOOK YOUR FREE BUS TICKETS!

27

Feb

Adelaide-Nottingham Joint PhD Program info session

Join Professor Ian Fisk, Director of Research for the School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham, to hear about the Nottingham-Adelaide Joint PhD program opportunity.

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