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Partners and community

UniSA is a globally connected university; with staff and students from over 90 countries and more than 2000 industry and professional relationships supporting student internships, research and community engagement. Find out more about our institution and the many ways you could engage with us.

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Partnerships and Industry engagement

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As Australia's university of enterprise, we maintain close links with industry through a variety of ways. Discover how your business could benefit from collaboration with us.

Clinics and public services

Graduate Claire Neylon in the Exercise Physiology Clinic

UniSA operates a number of clinics and services that are open to the general public, providing professional and cost-effective services (in some cases free).

Alumni network

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Become part of a global network with more than 202,000 alumni worldwide. From international chapters to a range of exclusive alumni benefits, find out how to stay in touch well beyond your graduation.

Community engagement

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The University of South Australia is committed to making a difference in the local, national and international communities in which it serves through cultural, sporting and community partnerships.

Support UniSA

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Many of our achievements would not be possible without the support of our donors and we welcome and greatly appreciate the generosity of people, like you, who share our vision. Find out more about the projects we are working on and ways that you can support the university.

Working at UniSA

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Working for UniSA gives you the chance to go further in an environment centred on learning with a strong commitment to educating professionals, sharing knowledge and engaging with our communities.  

Australia's University of Enterprise

About The University of South Australia

We are Australia’s University of Enterprise; engaged with the world and responsive to its needs. With more than 33,000 students, the University is South Australia’s largest.