Our research-intensive campus at Bedford Park in Adelaide hosts a large cohort of high-quality research students across all of its disciplines, originating from more than 90 countries.
Our geographical footprint extends to various regional areas in South Australia, the Northern Territory and Victoria.
Flinders alumni can be found in just about every corner of the world, following research paths and careers that benefit their communities. They are leaders in their field, people who have discovered that undertaking research at Flinders is a life-building experience that can shape their professional futures.
Our research activities cover all of the major disciplines and are often translational in scope, linking fundamental research with real outcomes that make a local, national and international impact.
Research at Flinders is grouped under five broad themes:
- Biomedical & Clinical Sciences
- Culture, Policy & Society
- Health & Human Behaviour
- Molecular Science & Technology
- Water & Environment.
These broad groupings include a number of research Centres and Institutes with specific themes that help to focus our work and coordinate activities across the university as well as nationally. Most academic staff are research active and supervise masters and doctoral candidates.
Our diverse, international campus community encourages those who come to study at Flinders to form professional networks as well as lasting friendships that span the globe.