Flinders University, FLINDERS
For more than 40 years now since its establishment in 1966, Flinders University has been sharing its roof with more than 20,000 students – almost 4,000 of which are international ones. The university takes its name from Matthew Flinders, a British navigator who ventured the South Australian Coastline way back in the 1800s. And as navigators go surveying the land, the university has also accomplished its hefty part in scouring the land for brilliant students.
Although the university tends to focus on and emphasize research, its degree programs are still numerous, and not to mention superb. Flinders offers undergraduate, postgraduate and honours programs apart from its various research openings. For more information on their course offerings, see section below. You may also contact the university using the numbers provided below.
Flinders University Course List
Flinders offers undergraduate courses such as degrees in creative arts, education, engineering, theology, language and many others. For majority of the courses, one is given the freedom to choose a specialty. For an a-z undergraduate course index, click here. Post-graduate studies range audiology and archeology to groundwater hydrology and nanotechnology. A more detailed post-graduate list is available for viewing here.
Flinders University Contact Details
The Flinders University switchboard is always open to serve you. Feel free to give them a call or pay them a visit in the address given below.
Location : Sturt Road, Bedford Park, Adelaide, South Australia
Phone: (08) (int 61 8) 8201 3911
Postal address : GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia
The university campus map is also available for download in PDF format through this link.
The fifth largest city in Australia is named after the queen consort to King William IV, Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen. Established in 1836, its history of religious freedom led to its moniker, “City of Churches”. Adelaide serves as the seat of government and various commercial centers for South Australia and is included in The Economist’s top 10 most livable cities.
Adelaide possesses one of the driest climates in Australia but receives a considerable amount of rainfall during the winter months of June to around September. Adelaide weather is classified under Mediterranean climate and also has no appreciable snowfall.