Study at Whyalla

Your Career Starts Here

UniSA’s Whyalla campus is South Australia's largest regional university campus and is a significant part of the Whyalla community. The campus is situated on a 22-hectare site in the heart of Whyalla's education and cultural precinct. It represents the major centre of tertiary education in rural and regional South Australia.

As South Australia’s No.1 university for graduate careers* we’ll help take your knowledge and career to new levels. There are a broad range of programs available for study at the Whyalla campus, including Foundation Studies, Aboriginal Pathway Program, Early Childhood Education (Honours), Primary Education (Honours), Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical) *, Nursing and Social Work.

* QILT: Graduate Outcomes Survey 2016-18 – Full-time Employment Indicator (Undergraduate). Public SA founded universities only.

Health Options

Kick-start your career in health by gaining the skills and knowledge in an intimate learning environment and hands‑on experience under the guidance of experts in local health facilities.

Graduates have the opportunity to build a career in the dynamic regional health sector and play a vital role in thriving regional communities.

UniSA is the leading university for graduate careers and is number one in SA for employment outcomes, flexibility and professional experience. Study, work and live in regional South Australia with a degree in health from UniSA. 

“I love expanding my understanding of the world through the study of sociology and psychology. The Bachelor of Social Work will give me the skills to pursue a career I’m really passionate about.”
Joanne, current Bachelor of Social Work student.

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“My decision to undertake a Bachelor of Nursing was a deeply personal one. While I might not be able to change the world, I’m a part of a special group of people who have the ability to change people’s lives every single day. That to me is the next best thing.
Josh, current Bachelor of Nursing student.

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“As a clinical facilitator I play a critical role in educating the nurses of the future, and I must say the future is looking good. It’s wonderful to see such passionate and dedicated people coming through the system. The students that come through the University of South Australia’s Nursing program are incredibly well rounded and have a great set of skills upon entry into the hospital.”
Michelle, Clinical Facilitator.

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“Through The University of South Australia’s Foundation Studies I have been able to get the necessary skills to pursue a career in Social Work. By the time I finish my degree I will have real world experience and the theoretical knowledge to back it up.”
Nikita, current Bachelor of Social Work student.

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Areas of study and research

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