Study at Flinders University and you’ll be part of a growing community of Indigenous students who have chosen to learn, grow and thrive in a place where you and your aspirations are valued and respected.
We are committed to increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student access, participation, retention and success. We provide a range of services and supports for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and our team of highly qualified staff is dedicated to supporting you throughout your student journey.
View all the pathway options available so you can start or further your university studies.
As an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicant you can choose from two pathways into the Doctor of Medicine.
One of our most popular pathways into a Flinders degree is Flinders Foundation Studies. This preparation program is open to eligible applicants, enabling you to begin your studies at university.
Applications are made via the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC).
View more information about how to apply, including when to apply and what happens after you apply.
Find out more about the financial support available for Indigenous students.
Search the scholarships database for Indigenous specific scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
There are multiple accommodation options depending on your circumstances. Flinders is the only South Australia University with on-campus accommodation, Flinders Living. Furthermore, Indigenous student support officers can help assist you in the process and link you to independent and government housing options.
Our geographic footprint extends from our Bedford Park campus, to our innovation and science hub at Tonsley, our city presence in Victoria Square, and beyond Adelaide into multiple regional and international locations.
Once you're at uni, we'll support you with an orientation program to help with your transition to uni. We also provide other support services to help with your studies.
Students can explore Flinders University's Bedford Park or Tonsley campus. Yunggorendi student ambassadors help facilitate, and tailored workshops are available upon request.
Yunggorendi Student Engagement can visit your school site and provide information on our services, course selection, entry pathways and requirements.
When: term 3 (September)
For: years 10 to 12 (open to all schools)
Life in the Uni Lane is a one-day on-campus program designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 10-12. Students partake in a variety of engaging workshops that aim to introduce them to campus life and courses offered at Flinders University.
Some of the terms you’ll come across on our website and at uni, are quite specific.
Contact us if you want to visit us to find out more, or book a one-on-one appointment with our Indigenous outreach and project officers to discuss your career options, pathways and course and entry requirements.
Schools, please fill in the form below to arrange a visit.
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