No. 1 in Australia in Science & Mathematics for learning resources (postgraduate)
(The Good Universities Guide 2020)
With the continuing rise of new technologies, and our ongoing passion for understanding our universe, our need for graduates with enquiring minds, trained to look for answers, will continue to grow.
Rated No. 1 SA university in undergraduate Science and Mathematics in overall quality of educational experience, learner engagement, learner resources and skills development*, Flinders Science and Mathematics degrees will prepare you to go beyond and succeed in the 21st century workforce.
*(QILT Student Experience Survey 2018, public SA-founded universities only)
Choose from a wide range of flexible degrees with specialisations and majors that are industry linked and provide practical experience that equips you for your career through lab work, field trips and camps.
Flinders research expertise includes Chemistry, Biotechnology, Groundwater Hydrology, Forensic and Environmental Science, Nanotechnology, Animal Behaviour, and the invention of medical devices and technologies.
Study at Tonsley, our world-class $120m teaching and research facility. It is our hub of innovation and entrepreneurship and features state-of-the-art equipment, laboratories and study spaces.
Flinders alumni, Professor Tao, completed his bachelor's and master's degrees at the age of 16, completed his PhD at Princeton in the US, became UCLA’s youngest-ever full professor at the age of 24 and the youngest-ever winner of the Fields Medal (mathematics’ equivalent of a Nobel Prize) at age 31.
Terence Tao, Mathematician
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