Study and live in Adelaide

Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and the fifth-largest city in Australia, with about 1.2 million population. Established in 1836 as a British colony, Adelaide is the original land of the Indigenous Kaurna people. It is regarded as Australia's food and wine capital and has the lowest cost of living compared to any other city in Australia. Why should an international student consider studying in Adelaide?

  • Quality of Life
    Adelaide is the most affordable city in Australia. Though Adelaide offers the same high-quality lifestyle and educational opportunities as any other city in Australia, studies show that it costs 20% more to live in Sydney, 19% more to live in Melbourne, 8% more to live in Brisbane, and 9% more to live in Perth.
    Adelaide has been called the world's most contented city. New York magazine has suggested that Adelaide is "the last well-planned and contented metropolis on earth."
  • Location
    Adelaide provides its visitors with an authentic Australian experience with 5,000km of coast, rolling hills, sheep stations, vineyards, gold mines, salt mines, ancient mountain ranges, and outback deserts. It is home to koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, and platypuses‚ÄĒeverything you might think of when you think "Australia!"
    Adelaide is also central to just about everywhere in the country, and It is located exactly halfway between Sydney and Perth, so nowhere in Australia is too far to travel. A flight from Adelaide to Sydney takes under three hours. Adelaide also has an international airport with many direct flights.
  • Food and Wine
    Adelaide is widely regarded as the food and wine capital of Australia. It has more restaurants per head than any other major Australian city. South Australia produces 50% of all Australian wine and is renowned for its National Wine Centre and food and wine events. The city is home to the largest fresh produce market in the Southern Hemisphere - the Central Market. Adelaide is also known for its Chinatown and Gouger Street precinct.
  • Attractions
    Adelaide has a little of everything: from its beautiful white beaches to its gorgeous hills to its wine district. International students who study in Adelaide will find something to enjoy no matter where their interests lie.
    South Australia is known as the festival state. Adelaide hosts many international and national events year-round, such as the Adelaide Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Aboriginal Spirit Festival, WOMADelaide, Test cricket, Clipsal 500, and Santos Tour Down Under. International students who study in Adelaide will have the opportunity to attend events that people travel worldwide to see - right in their backyard.
    South Australia is also known for its many parks around the City Centre. The parklands are heritage listed and acknowledge the traditional Indigenous Kaurna names and significance of each location. The parklands are a popular destination for both locals and visitors.
  • Transportation
    It is easy to get around Adelaide. It has an integrated bus, train, rideshare and trams public transportation system connecting all parts of the city and suburbs and safe roads for driving and cycling.
  • Universities in Adelaide
    There are four universities in Adelaide, all offering quality education. When choosing between them, it is best to first decide on your area of study. This will make it easier to decide which institute is the best fit for you. Adelaide universities include:
    • University of Adelaide
    • Flinders University
    • University of South Australia
    • Torrens University Australia
    • Federation University (IIBIT)
    There are many more institutions that also provide VET and Higher Education courses.


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