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Services and Facilities
An industry-specific, thoroughly designed curriculum is delivered to the students at UniSA. The students benefit from learning experiences that are digitally enabled, innovative, and research-driven teaching approaches. This leaves more room for elastic and custom-made study.
UniSA provides an outstanding student experience for all its students. A set of support services is available for students with different learning requirements to smooth the progress of their success.
At UniSA, state-of-the-art and technologically-enabled teaching and learning spaces are provided that stimulate and foster creativity and innovation.
Systems of teaching and learning
To widen and deliver its online learning and teaching environments, the University has developed some systems like learning online, the Program and Course Management System (PCMS), and the Student Placement System (SPS).
Learn online - Hosted in Moodle, learn online is UniSA's online learning environment, which provides an integrated set of tools that support teaching and learning at UniSA.
Program and Course Management System (PCMS) - The administration of the University's courses and programs is supported by the Program and Course Management System (PCMS). From program design and development, through to delivery, all is done by PCMS.
Student Placement System (SPS) - The administration of students' professional and clinical work placements those credit-bearing in their academic programs are supported by the Student Placement System (SPS).
Students from all over the world are welcomed at the University with a range of services and resources. Those students who have not met the program entry requirements can still gain entry into a degree through a pathway program partner institution like SAIBT. To meet the English language entry requirements, one can study at CELUSA and improve his/her English language proficiency.
Financial aids and scholarship
Over 2,500 students every year at the University of South Australia gain scholarships and grants worth millions of dollars. The high achieving students from developing countries are welcomed by the University, which is supported by the Australian government program and awards.