Torrens University Australia is a private university with locations in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

It is part of the Laureate International Universities network and is Australia's third private university.

The university was officially launched by former U.S. president Bill Clinton at the Adelaide Festival Centre on 24 July 2014.

Torrens University Australia is Australia’s fastest growing university, offering innovative and industry-aligned courses led by industry-experienced academics. At Torrens focus is entirely on you, the student.

The university chancellery is based in the Torrens Building, shared with Heinz College Australia (an international campus of Carnegie Mellon University), and the University College London's School of Energy and Resources, in Victoria Square, in the centre of Adelaide. The main Adelaide campus is based in Wakefield Street, Adelaide.

The University has a number of campuses throughout Australia, including Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Blue Mountains, Auckland (NZ).

The university currently offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Business Administration, Commerce, Education, Global Project Management, Public Health, Design and Digital Media as well as Higher Degrees by Research.

Postgraduate Business courses are delivered through the Chifley Business School at Torrens University Australia imprint. Design faculties include the Media Design School and Billy Blue College of Design.

Here you will be treated fairly, studying in a positive and safe learning environment that allows you to reach your full potential.

Torrens’ educational approach is to focus learning and innovation around students and their career. With a belief that academic knowledge needs to be balanced with dynamic leadership skills, a global perspective, industry know-how and experience, Torrens is committed to developing highly skilled and capable leaders who are able to think on their feet, navigate the modern workplace and make a significant impact in any chosen field.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) – Academic

Undergraduate 

Overall 6.0 (with no sub-score <5.5)

Postgraduate

Overall 6.5 (with no sub-score <6.0)

Research courses

7.0  (no band less than 7.0)

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Year 12 or equivalent with ATAR 60 / OP 17 OR speak to a Course and Career Advisor for special entry.

The standard entry requirement for a postgraduate program is a completed qualification at AQF Level 7 Bachelor’s degree or above from an Australian University or an equivalent overseas higher education qualification.

Applicants to the doctoral program are expected to satisfy the following academic criteria:

•             Possession of a Master’s degree by thesis or dissertation appropriate to the professional field of the applicant; or

•             Possession of a Master’s degree by coursework appropriate to the professional field of the applicant completed at a superior standard; or

•             Possession of a Bachelor’s degree with Honours (typically 1st Class or Class 2A Honours level or equivalent); or

UNDERGRADUATE

Bachelor's Degree, Higher Education Diploma

BUSINESS

 Bachelor of Financial Services (Financial Planning)

 Bachelor of Business

 Bachelor of Business (Communication and Public Relations)

 Bachelor of Business (Event Management)

 Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

 Diploma of Business

 Diploma of Event Management Diploma of Marketing

 Bachelor of Commerce

 

DESIGN

 Bachelor of Branded Environments

 Bachelor of Branded Fashion Design

 Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Design

 Bachelor of Communication Design

Bachelor of Digital Media (3D Design & Animation)

 Bachelor of Digital Media (Film & Video Design)

Bachelor of Digital Media (Interaction Design)

Bachelor of Interior Design (Commercial)

Bachelor of Interior Design (Residential)

Diploma of Design

Diploma of Digital Media Design

 Diploma of Graphic Design

Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration

 Diploma of Photo Imaging

 Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Game Art)

 Bachelor of Media Design

 Bachelor of Software Engineering (Game Programming)

 

HEALTH

 Bachelor of Applied Public Health

 Bachelor of Health Science (Aesthetics)

 Bachelor of Human Services (Ageing)

Bachelor of Human Services (Disability)

Bachelor of Nutrition Diploma of Beauty and Spa Practice

Diploma of Counselling & Communication Skills

Diploma of Health and Wellbeing

Diploma of Human Services

 Diploma of Nutrition

Diploma of Sport Development

 

HOSPITALITY

 Associate Degree of Event Management

 Bachelor of Event Management

Diploma of Event Management

 Bachelor of Business (International Event Management)

 Bachelor of Business (International Hotel and Resort Management)

 

SPORTS MANAGEMENT

Bachelor of Business (Sports Management)

 

TOURISM

 Associate Degree of Business (Tourism Management)

 Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)

Diploma of Business (Tourism Management)

 

POSTGRADUATE

Master's Degree, Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma

 

BUSINESS

 Graduate Certificate of Business Administration

 Graduate Diploma of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Advanced

 Graduate Certificate of Financial Planning

 Graduate Diploma of Financial Planning

Master of Financial Planning

 Graduate Certificate in Collective Entrepreneurship

 Master of Professional Accounting

 

DESIGN

 Master of Creative Advertising

 Graduate Certificate in UX and Web Design

 Graduate Certificate of Design

Graduate Diploma of Design

 Master of Design

 

EDUCATION

 Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching

 Graduate Certificate of Education (Autism)

Graduate Certificate of Education (Innovation and Change)

Graduate Certificate of Education (Learning Differences)

Graduate Certificate of Education (Mental Health)

 Graduate Certificate of Education (Special Education)

 Master Of Education (Innovation And Change)

 Master Of Education (Special Education)

 Master of Education (Reading & Literacy)

 

ENGLISH

Business Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced)

 Design Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced)

 English for Academic Purposes (Intermediate to Advanced)

 General English (Elementary to Pre-Intermediate)

Health Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced)

 Hospitality Direct Entry Program (Intermediate to Advanced)

 

HEALTH

 Doctor Of Philosophy & Master Of Philosophy In Translational Clinical Research

 Master of Public Health

 Master of Public Health (Advanced)

 Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Health

 

HOSPITALITY

 Associate Degree of Business (Hospitality Management)

 Associate Degree of Culinary Management

Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)

Bachelor of Culinary Management

Diploma of Business (Hospitality Management)

 Master of Global Business Management

Master of International Hotel Management

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

 Graduate Certificate of Global Project Management

 Graduate Diploma of Global Project Management

Master of Global Project Management

 Master of Global Project Management and Master of Public Health

Master of Business Administration and Master of Global Project Management

 

SPORTS MANAGEMENT

 Master of Business Administration (Sports Management)

 

HIGHER DEGREES BY RESEARCH

DOCTOR OF BUSINESS LEADERSHIP

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY/ MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY

DESIGN

EDUCATION

MANAGEMENT AND COMMERCE

PUBLIC HEALTH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are a range of housing options available for students in Adelaide, including residential colleges, student apartments and private rentals. Torrens does not own or operate its own accommodation facilities. However, the Student Services Team can help you find a housing option that best suits your needs. Torrens University is also registered with the Australian Homestay Network (AHN).   Residential Colleges Residential Colleges provide safe, furnished, fully catered accommodation with a central focus on the student community. They offer social, recreational and sporting activities which encourage peer networking. In addition, the colleges include academic and pastoral resources to maintain the welfare of the students in their care. Options include:

Lincoln College

St Marks College

St Ann’s College

 

Student Apartments

Urbanest offers fully furnished self-contained apartments with shared social spaces. A variety of options are available from large studios to single and twin ensuite rooms in a shared apartment. To find out more, visit www.urbanest.com.au.

Private Rental

If you prefer private or shared rental accommodation, the following websites may be of assistance in finding suitable housing:

www.realestate.com.au

www.domain.com.au

Note that private accommodation arrangements are subject to a tenancy agreement (lease) and generally require the payment of a security deposit (bond) which is refundable at the end of the tenancy provided there is no property damage or rent owing. A bond is usually equivalent to 4 weeks of rent.

Additional expenses include charges for connecting electricity, telephone and gas, and the costs of furnishing your accommodation. Signing a lease imposes certain responsibilities so you must ensure you understand these obligations. Infringements can lead to legal proceedings and associated expenses. For further information and to assist with tenancy agreements and grievances, contact The Residential Tenancies Tribunal.   *Note that Torrens does not provide oversight or accept any liability for the accommodation options listed.

Torrens University Australia recognises students from regional and remote areas and talented students, for merit-based scholarships.

The Vice-Chancellor Scholarship

Three scholarships each year are awarded to students who through their application have demonstrated tremendous academic excellence. The scholarship award depends on the assessment by the Vice-Chancellor and Scholarship Committee.

Regional/Remote Access and Indigenous Access Scholarship

Three scholarships each year are awarded to indigenous students and/or students in remote areas of Australia. The scholarship award depends on the assessment by the Vice-Chancellor and Scholarship Committee.


Quick Facts


INSTITUYION TYPEPUBLIC

FOUNDING YEAR2012

CAMPUSURBAN

FEES

Fees may vary from 18,000 AUD$ TO 25,000 AUD$ annually . It depends on your course.

COST OF LIVING

As a condition of your student visa you must have sufficient funds to pay all costs of studying in Australia, including tuition fees, living expenses, Overseas Health Cover, return airfares and visa fees. Knowing the average living costs in Australia is an important part of your financial preparation. The Australian Government recommends a single student budget of AU $18,610 per year, with an additional AU $6,515 per year for a spouse and AU $3,720 per year, per child. Visit www.studyinaustralia.gov.au for details.

UNIVERSITY WEBSITE

http://www.torrens.edu.au



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