Today, Meet Our Partners introduces you to the University of South Australia International, one of Pole’s Leonard de Vinci partner institutions. Number 1 for graduate careers on the Graduate Outcomes Survey (under the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching), UniSA is home to over 30 000 students and to many successful pieces of research and initiatives.
Time to head up to Adelaide’s pristine beaches, in South Australia. There’s a lot to do and see in Adelaide, which makes it the ideal study abroad destination in Australia.
In its interview with the Pole Leonard de Vinci, at the occasion of the Study Abroad Fair, the International Recruitment Manager at the university in South Australia, Kat Della Flora, described UniSA as a “comprehensive university”.
A good living and studying environment central to just about everywhere in the country
UniSA Business School is ranked amongst the world’s (top 1%) leading management schools accredited by the European Quality Improvment System (EQUIS). The University offers studies in several graduate and postgraduate disciplines: accounting and finance, business, management, communications/PR, financial planning, engineering, data science, and so on.
The learning experience incorporates instruction from professionals in their field and will take students beyond theory into the practical application of the skills. UniSA’s array of student clubs and societies includes more than 100 academic, cultural, arts, sports clubs to choose from.
Adelaide is the most affordable city in Australia. The New Yorker magazine once called South Australia’s capital ” “the last well-planned and contented metropolis on earth”. Located halfway between Sydney and Perth, Adelaide offers epic views of beaches, coasts, rolling hills, vineyards, gold mines, outback deserts.
There are actually over 40 000 international students enrolled in South Australian institutions, which are expected to create more than 1300 additional local jobs.
According to International Alumni Job Network study, 35 per cent of international students studying in Adelaide started their career before they finished their studies, and a further 40 per cent started work within three months of graduating.
The research shows that international students/graduates who studied in Adelaide earned more money at their first job compared to graduates of other Australian states.