Find the university in Adelaide & Darwin that fits best with the Guide
South Australia has a variety of universities, with each offering different specialties, including The University of Adelaide, a Group of Eight institution. The Good Universities Guide can help you to decipher the entry requirements, as well as provide information on a variety of TAFEs, private institutions and many other tertiary and vocational education providers.
List of Universities in Adelaide & Darwin
List of TAFEs in Adelaide
Find the best Adelaide & Darwin University for You
The Good Universities Guide is Australia’s leading resource helping students find the right courses and qualifications. Find out all you need to know about the range of universities in Adelaide with our detailed profiles and ratings. These are based on the Student Experience and Graduate Destination Surveys, creating a guide that ensures choosing the right university is simple.
The most comprehensive information all in one place
Adelaide has renowned education institutions, each offering a diverse selection of courses to suit almost everyone. Many cater for both school leavers and people returning to study after a gap year or those looking for a change of career. You’ll find all the information you need to get the right qualifications, regardless of your situation.
Compare Adelaide & Darwin universities with our in-depth ratings
The Good Universities Guide contains complete five-star ratings for universities in Adelaide. Our website allows you to filter search results by Social Equity, Learner Engagement, Skills Development, Overall Quality, and other ratings. You can further narrow the results by state and field of study.
Get the best university experience with a range of scholarships
Scholarships can e useful for relieving financial pressure when you are studying at university or TAFE. There is a wide range scholarships in Adelaide & Darwin, with many open to students from all walks of life and aren’t all based on academic results. They range from those that offer just a couple of hundred dollars, with others providing money for everything from fees to day-to-day living expenses, accommodation and more.