Welcome to the east end

City East students

City East campus sits in Adelaide’s vibrant east end. Nearby Rundle Street is home to a wide variety of restaurants and pubs, as well as the Palace Nova Eastend cinema complex if you need an extended study break. When you need to clear your head and enjoy some fresh air, it’s only a short walk down Frome Road to the Adelaide Botanic Garden and the Adelaide Zoo

Health Student Facilities

Health Student Facilities

Check out some of our most exciting teaching and learning spaces. Whether you’re interested in a specific program or still exploring what’s on offer, or maybe you’d like to see student spaces outside the classroom, such as our student lounges and on campus gym - we’ve got it covered with our video and virtual tours of the City East campus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


  • Study spaces

    The wide variety of study spaces around City East campus provide students with plenty of places to meet before lectures, get stuck in to work, play a quick game of pool, or just relax on some comfy couches. Kitchenette areas are available in these lounges for students to heat up their food or make themselves a hot cuppa.

    Take our Virtual Campus Tour


  • Clinical Education Centre

    Students who live or are completing a clinical placement in the Northern suburbs will find the Clinical Education Centre opposite the Lyell McEwin Hospital to be a convenient place to access UniSA resources. The Centre houses a computer pool, study area, student lounge, kitchen and lockers.

    Clinical Education Centre


  • Health clinics

    The School of Health Sciences offers counselling, training, support and rehabilitation services through various professional clinics located at City East campus. The clinics are open to the UniSA community as well as members of the public and provide important opportunities for students to gain professional experience in their chosen field.

    Community Clinics page


  • UniSA Sport Gym

    The UniSA Sport Gym at City East is run not simply as a place to work out, but is an integrated teaching and research facility. The centre offers the standard services of a fitness centre at very reasonable prices and is also a place where health sciences students can gain valuable practical experience in movement-based programs.

    UniSA Sport Gym page

Areas of study and research

+ Click to minimise