As the country’s newest and fastest-growing university, Torrens University Australia brings a fresh approach to higher education, with employability at the centre of everything we do.
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A progressive university that fosters passion, we take a strengths-based approach to teaching. Recognising individuality and potential as better indicators of future success, we’ve removed ATAR as our primary entry requirement*. Focusing on soft skills means everyone has the chance to achieve their academic and career goals.
Built on the strong foundations of our distinguished schools and colleges, such as Billy Blue College of Design and Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School, Torrens University offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs designed with and for industry.
Our future-focused courses are taught by experts and delivered on campus, online and as a blend of both. With locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide, our national campus network and flexible study options allow students to tailor their learning journey.
We offer partnerships placements, allowing students to complete practical experience with leading brands. Many graduates secure jobs at companies they’ve collaborated with or through connections they’ve made.
Our passionate Success Coaches help students excel and create the right trajectory for their career. At Torrens University, we give students the tools they need to create their own success.
Call 1300 575 803 or email email@example.com if you would like one of our course and careers advisers to visit your school.
*Exceptions may apply to some courses.
To be offered a place in a course at Torrens University Australia you must meet the minimum entry requirements, any course-specific prerequisite as well as satisfy English language requirements.
Selection will be based on completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent, including the International Baccalaureate (IB). Read the course entry details carefully on course search for any course-specific prerequisites.
Current or previous students at Torrens University Australia
Current Torrens University Australia students who wish to transfer to a new course must complete the ‘Application for Course Transfer’ form. For more information, contact Torrens University.
At Torrens University Australia, we know everyone’s different. Our job is to help students explore their strengths and kickstart their careers. Since we value passionate humans, not perfect performance, we’ve removed ATAR as our primary entry requirement – because we know it’s passion that unlocks potential.
Reach out to one of our Course and Careers Advisor on 1300 575 803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss pathway options.
All undergraduate courses can be deferred for one year. Please refer to the Enrolment Policy and student procedure Deferring Commencement of a course.
Applications with existing qualification may be eligible to receive course credit in related fields of study.
To discuss your eligibility before submitting an application to SATAC, please contact a Course and Careers Advisor on 1300 575 803 or email email@example.com.
Torrens University Australia has three main intakes per year, for both full-time and part-time higher education degree and diploma students. The term commencement dates for 2021 and 2022 are as below:
- Term 2: June 2021
- Term 3: September 2021
- Term 1: 14 February 2022
- Term 2: 30 May 2022
- Term 3: 12 September 2022
At Torrens University Australia, we believe in the transformative power of education. In 2020 alone, we provided $3 million in scholarships, opening doors to opportunity everywhere. It’s our belief that everyone deserves an education – and that’s why we support students’ studies from start to success. Investing in them means investing in our future: the next generation of leaders and change-makers. See the website for the full range of scholarships.
Find out more about Torrens University Australia’s course fees, as well as other related costs and financial assistance.
Torrens University Australia has a range of student support services. These include counselling, academic assistance and learning support, employment and career advice, international student advisers and an airport reception program. Campus facilities include a computing centre and recreation facilities.
Located throughout Australia, our dynamic, purpose-built campuses set Torrens University apart. Students may choose to start their studies in Adelaide, transfer to Melbourne and complete some or all of their final-year subjects online.
Our Adelaide campus on Wakefield Street was designed for a single purpose – to deliver a world-class student learning experience.
Melbourne is home to our Flinders Street campus and Fitzroy campus. Brisbane and Sydney also host multiple faculty campuses. Find out more about Torrens University campuses.
Student support services
At Torrens University Australia, we take the needs of all our students seriously and provide support from the start of their course, all the way through to graduation. We offer a range of student support services, including counselling, academic assistance, career advice and workplace preparation. Our team of advisors and Success Coaches assist domestic and international students.
Studying with us means you’ll have access to our Success Coaches to help you achieve your goals. Each coach is a qualified industry professional, who’ll give you the edge throughout your studies and as you embark on your chosen career.
Our Student Representative Council (SRC) is committed to improving student life on and off campus. Advocating for the interests of their peers, the SRC promotes the academic and social wellbeing of the entire student body.
Diversity and inclusion
Inclusive and socially aware, we support the needs of staff and students and ensure they have equal opportunity for success. We promote a culture that both welcomes and embraces diversity, whether it be on campus or online.
We are committed to providing healthy learning and work environments for all. To do this, we bring staff and students together to take part in various initiatives that support the health and wellbeing of our community.
Call 1300 575 803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries or if you would like one of our Course and Careers Advisors to visit your school.
Open day is your chance to get a glimpse into your future career and find out everything you need to know about your study options, fees and scholarships, campus life, and so much more.
Virtual Open Day:
Tuesday 17 August 2021
12 pm to 2 pm (AEST)
Torrens University Australia Adelaide Campus:
Wakefield Street Campus
82-98 Wakefield Street, Adelaide, SA 5000
Phone: 1300 575 803