Founded 1991 through the amalgamation of the South Australian Institute of Technology and several campuses of the South Australian College of Advanced Education.
- Business Department/DivisionFields of study: Accountancy, Administration, Banking, Business Administration, Business and Commerce, Criminal Law, Economics, Finance, Hotel Management, Human Resources, Labour and Industrial Relations, Labour Law, Law, Leadership, Leisure Studies, Marketing, Private Law, Public Law, Real Estate, Sports Management, Taxation, Tourism
- Education, Arts and Social Sciences Department/DivisionFields of study: Architecture, Art History, Art Management, Behavioural Sciences, Cinema and Television, Cognitive Sciences, Communication Studies, Cultural Studies, Dance, Design, Education, Educational Sciences, Fine Arts, Gender Studies, Handicrafts, Indigenous Studies, Industrial Design, Interior Design, International Studies, Journalism, Linguistics, Mass Communication, Media Studies, Modern Languages, Multimedia, Performing Arts, Political Sciences, Psychology, Radio and Television Broadcasting, Social and Community Services, Social Policy, Social Welfare, Social Work, Sociology, Special Education, Teacher Training, Theatre, Visual Arts
- Health Sciences Department/DivisionFields of study: Health Sciences
- Human Resource Management Research DivisionFields of study: Human Resources
- Ian Wark Research DivisionFields of study: Polymer and Plastics Technology
- Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment Department/DivisionFields of study: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Energy Engineering, Environmental Studies, Industrial Engineering, Information Management, Information Technology, Materials Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Parks and Recreation, Production Engineering, Statistics, Surveying and Mapping, Water Science
- Telecommunications Research Research DivisionFields of study: Telecommunications Engineering
- Water Management and Reuse Research DivisionFields of study: Water Management
- Academic year: February to November (February - June, July - November), Summer programme, December - February
- Requirements: Undergraduate entrants require senior secondary school (year 12) certificate or recognised foreign equivalent with appropriate grades and prerequisites. Postgraduate entrants shall normally hold a recognised University undergraduate degree or equivalent professional experience. The minimum English language entry requirements for international students who speak English as a foreign language are: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic - overall 6.0 obtained within the last two years or corresponding results from an equivalent test. Note that many programs have a higher IELTS (Academic) requirement, some of which include specific subscore requirements.
- Students allowance: Co-ed