Founded in 1874, the University of Adelaide is a public university located in Adelaide, South Australia and consistently ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world with high-quality education that's recognized internationally. The university has produced numerous Nobel Prize winners and more than 100 Rhodes Scholars. Adelaide University is a member of the Group of Eight, made up of Australia's top research-intensive universities.
University’s main campus is located on the North Terrace in the Adelaide city center. The main campus is the site of most teaching and research facilities. Set in the cultural heart of the city, the University offers excellence in its educational and social facilities. Other campuses are: Roseworthy Campus (dryland agriculture, natural resource management and animal production); the Waite Campus (Waite Agricultural Research Institute); Thebarton Campus (Adelaide University Research Park) and an education center in Singapore.
The Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences provides high quality teaching and research in strategically chosen areas of Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics. Graduates from this Faculty are highly regarded by employers and have been successful in a variety of areas. The Faculty has close links with industry, and its research is well supported by grants and contracts from both government and the private sector. Many of its technological breakthroughs form the basis of independent companies with University shareholding or joint venture agreements with industry both in Australia and overseas.