Need help?

It can be difficult to decide what degree you would like to do and where. Below are three helpful resources which will assist with your queries about studying at the University of South Australia.

Still unsure?

Attend one of our upcoming events for further advice, or you might find information from government organisations will help to weigh up your degree and provider options.

Attend a UniSA event

UniSA holds information sessions at various times throughout the year which will assist with your decision making process. Take a look at our Upcoming events and key dates page for further details.

Find a course or a provider

TEQSA is a regulatory body for higher education providers. Use the TEQSA national register of higher education providers to search for a course or a provider. Compare courses and providers for undergraduates and postgraduates using the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) online comparison tool.

More information on university admission

Visit the SATAC website to find out important news, events and information on applying to university in South Australia.

Appeals and grievances

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your application you should contact the Future Students Enquiries team in the first instance. Any appeals or special consideration will then be directed to the Director: Student and Academic Services.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

UniSA offers dedicated services to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples transition to university, such as special entry, pre-selection and uni preparation assistance. You’ll get one-on-one support right throughout your studies through Wirringka Student Services. You can learn more about getting into university here.