In an increasingly globalised, digital world, whole industries are constantly being redefined. UniSA’s short courses are your opportunity to stay ahead of the curve, with a variety of programs, including Executive Education, designed to help you upskill and grow your career. 

We take your career progression seriously. Our courses are delivered by experienced staff, bringing together academic research and lessons from the field. Our industry connections ensure that what you learn is relevant in the workplace, both today and in the future. 

It’s time to uplift and improve. A UniSA short course will equip you with the knowledge and tools to make an impact and thrive professionally.  

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Unlock your career potential

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Grow your career

Elevate your skills and knowledge

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Industry-ready

Learn from experienced staff with industry connections

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Specialist knowledge

Explore a diverse range of study areas

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Flexible delivery

In-person and online courses available

Case studies

Bridging the language, culture and knowledge divide

UniSA has a strong 30-year relationship with Anangu (Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara) (APY) communities through teaching and learning of language and culture, remote teacher training, and research. Our work in APY communities has become even stronger through a collaborative partnership with Iwiri, a corporation of Anangu members living in Adelaide.

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“This work is only possible because of UniSA, which worked closely with us to get started. This included supported conversations with government and other organisations, supporting the establishment of good governance practices, making connections with financial management organisations, and supporting our major projects and events.”

Aaron Ken, Co-chair, Iwiri Aboriginal Corporation

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