We always look forward to seeing new faces at our campuses but also appreciate that life gets busy.
To fit more in your schedule, why not take a virtual tour? Check out the learning facilities, get a feel for the surrounds and imagine yourself in your future study environment.
Boasting industry-standard performance and exhibition spaces, workshops and studios, Adelaide College of the Arts was purpose designed in every detail to achieve excellence in arts training.
Centrally located in Adelaide’s Light Square, Adelaide College of the Arts is Australia’s only tertiary institution housing the study of performing arts, visual arts and design all in one building.
Our vibrant city campus offers specialist teaching laboratories for nursing, pathology and complementary health, an English Language Centre and an information technology and innovation hub.
It also features a training salon offering supervised hair and beauty services to the public.
Elizabeth features specialist facilities including automotive, metal fabrication and multi-trade building and construction workshops, as well as a contemporary hair and beauty training salon offering supervised services to the public.
Gilles Plains is equipped with specialist facilities such as the Veterinary and Applied Science Centre – the only facility in South Australia providing vocational training for the applied sciences, biotechnology, veterinary nursing and animal industries, and the Centre for Dental Studies – a 36-station dental laboratory and a 28-chair dental clinic and demonstration area with intraoral and extraoral cameras.
The Regency International Centre is equipped with specialist facilities for commercial cookery, hospitality, fitness and recreation. Regency Campus also features the Mining, Engineering and Transport (MET) Centre, an Advanced Welder Training Centre and student accommodation at Regency International House.
Providing nearly 45,000m2 of world-class, energy efficient, trade training infrastructure for the $4.5 billion South Australian building and construction industry, Tonsley brings together all the building trades under one roof, enabling students to learn and work together as they’ll be required to do in the industry.
The courses we deliver in our regional campuses have been developed in collaboration with industry, ensuring that you receive sought-after skills that can result in highly successful employment outcomes.
Explore the Barossa Campus’s viticultural nurseries and sheds, wine tasting lab, fully outfitted hospitality training café, automotive workshops and more.
Take a virtual tour of the entire Berri Campus, including stops at our hospitality area’s simulated restaurant classroom, commercial cookery kitchens, extensive industrial and automotive workshops and more.
Our centrally-located Mount Barker Campus features a range of hands-on training environments for community services and health, workshops for future industry and trade, and a recently refurbished student hub and learning resource rentre.
Explore the new community services and health training facilities, wide range of carpentry, plumbing and engineering workshops, new computing, hair and beauty facilities plus a refurbished student support area.
Our revitalised Murray Bridge Campus offers a brand new student hub including study, meeting, computer and student lounge areas. The campus is well equipped with two computing suites, brand new child care, aged care and community services skills labs, a training hair salon plus a range of industry standard engineering and automotive workshops. Flexible classrooms can host a variety of courses from Adult Migrant English and Foundation Skills to Leadership and other higher qualifications.
Port Augusta Campus offers an open space teaching and learning space with computers and student lounge areas. The campus features a range of industry standard engineering, electrical, and automotive workshops. Flexible classrooms can host a variety of courses.
Our Port Pirie Campus offers a student hub including study, meeting, computer and student lounge areas. The campus features a nursing and hair and beauty lab, plus a range of industry standard engineering, electrical, and automotive workshops. Flexible classrooms can host a variety of courses from Adult Migrant English and Foundation Skills to Leadership and other higher qualifications.
With close ties to the local steel industry, the Whyalla Campus has industry standard engineering, instrumentation, electrical, and automotive workshops. The campus features community services and health, hospitality and hairdressing learning spaces, as well as a freshly refurbished student hub, library and student lounge.
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