All you need to know about Flinders University
Flinders University was Established in 1966 in South Australia, their main campus is located at Bedford Park and other campuses are in Victoria Square and Tonsley. On 1st July 1966, University Act was passed and the Bedford Park campus started their operations. At the beginning the university had only 90 staff members and 400 students. Sir Mark Mitchell was appointed as its first chancellor and Peter Karmel as its first vice-chancellor.
At present Flinders University has many campuses in Australia but most of the campuses are located in Southern Australia. The Bedford Campus is filled with modern facilities such as gym, library, Wi-Fi connection and labs. Situated in the middle of Adelaide CBD, the university's Victoria Square campus is another outstanding space for students to study and grow. Flinders University is well known among the international students as the number of specializations are vast. Some of the programs that Flinders University offers include business, creative arts, education, engineering, environment, government, health sciences, humanities, information technology, law, medicine, nursing, psychology, public health, science, social sciences, and social work. It also offers courses in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and China.
Currently Flinders University hosts approximately 20,000 students and a large number of them are international students from India, China, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Flinders University is one of those universities which holds membership of the Innovative Research Universities (IRU) and the International Network of Universities. So as an international student from India if you are interested in the field of research and development then Flinders University is best in Australia for all the reasons you can think of.
Flinders University Rankings Worldwide
- ARWU (Shanghai Ranking) 2020
World University Ranking
- QS 2021
- THE (Times Higher Education) 2021
- US News & World Report 2021
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