StudyAdelaide was established in 1998 and markets Adelaide as a centre of education excellence; highlighting the many advantages that international students who choose to live, work and study in South Australia have.
Promoting Adelaide as Australia’s premier learning city, StudyAdelaide’s key marketing activities include targeted global digital campaigns, country specific websites and social media channels, attendance at offshore roadshows and events and agent familiarisation tours to Adelaide.
Once students arrive here, StudyAdelaide goes beyond the welcome and offers a year-long calendar of free and discounted events and activities that give students the opportunity to meet, make new friends and immerse themselves in different aspects of Australian culture.
With principal funding coming from the South Australian government, Adelaide City Council, the University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and Flinders University, StudyAdelaide is also funded by TAFE SA and 40 participating member institutions.
|Bill Spurr AO||Chair||StudyAdelaide|
|Karyn Kent||Chief Executive||StudyAdelaide|
|Sebastian Raneskold||Pro Vice-Chancellor (International)||Flinders University|
|Nigel Relph||Deputy Vice-Chancellor: External Relations and Strategic Projects||University of South Australia|
|Nancy Cromar||Pro Vice-Chancellor (International)||The University of Adelaide|
|Marilyn Sleath||Director, International Education (IES)||Department for Education and Child Development|
|Peter Klar||Director, International and Higher Education||Department of State Development|
|Sue Clearihan||Councillor||City of Adelaide|
|Angela Allison||Chair of Audit and Risk Management Committee||StudyAdelaide|
|George Chin||Immediate Past President||Chinatown Association of Adelaide SA|
|Gerald Lipman||Chief Executive||International College of Hotel Management|
|Vini Ciccarello||Former Member of Parliament||District of Norwood|
|Brett Mahoney||Executive Director, Business Development||TAFE SA|
Marketing & Engagement Activity 2016/2017
News and Media
11 October 2017 – Australian first wins National Award