Education, Arts and Social Sciences

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The Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences works across fields related to the arts, social sciences and humanities, with a unique focus on applied research and educating future professionals. 

We promote inter-disciplinary studies to give our students a unique experience that reflects our diverse and inter-related society.

Where possible, we incorporate real world experience into study programs to best prepare our students for their professional careers.

We draw on the talents and scholarship of our staff to advance innovation in teaching and excellence in research. Extensive national and international links inform the world class research of the division and its research institutes and centres.

Please explore more about our division and consider coming to study or research with us.

Contact information

Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences
Murray House, Magill Campus
GPO Box 2471
Adelaide SA 5001

Student enquiries
1300 301 703 or +61 8 8302 0150

Key contacts
Pro Vice Chancellor: Joanne Cys
Personal Assistant: Cathy King
Executive Officer: Sam Baker
Division Manager: Kym Teh
Personal Assistant: Tracy Brunato

Dorrit Black Building

Dorrit Black Building

Home to the technical workshops of UniSA's School of Art, Architecture and Design. The building houses ceramic kilns and glass blowing equipment, printmaking and jewellery apparatus, state-of-the-art photography darkrooms, textile, painting and drawing studios and all the machinery required to make furniture, models or work with metal.

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Featured Program

Visual Arts student

Bachelor of Contemporary Art

Intensive studio practice is a focus of this degree, and as a contemporary art student you will have access to stimulating, custom-built studio spaces and workshops. You will also graduate with a broad knowledge of contemporary and historical art.

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Featured video

Hear from our PhD student Daniel about our Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory here at The University of South Australia's Magill campus.

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Areas of study and research

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