Biological Sciences offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the fields of marine biology, aquaculture, biodiversity and conservation, molecular biology and biotechnology. We have a reputation for producing graduates that are well regarded by local, national, and international employers. Moreover, we continually review and update our curriculum and teaching methodologies to keep them current.

Most teaching occurs on site at Flinders University's Bedford Park Campus in Adelaide, and several topics are delivered in Lincoln Marine Science Centre (LMSC) in Port Lincoln. Students have abound opportunities to participate in different work placements and field work in various places.

Entry to all of our undergraduate and postgraduate coursework courses can be made through the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) or, in the case of international students, through our International Centre.

For more information please contact us.





View details of research projects and taxonomic groups within the School.



Maps of the Flinders University campus and the  School of Biological Sciences  (5 levels, spread over 2 pages)


Further information

Please refer to the more general Study information for future students supplied by the University.