Adult learners from the age of 17 upwards have the opportunity to undertake a free, part-time, tailored educational support program that can act as a first step towards university education.
Dance, visual arts and fashion students are being offered the best of both worlds in a new partnership between Flinders University and TAFE SA.
Design, multimedia and software students from TAFE SA are helping aspiring and existing entrepreneurs from Flinders University’s New Venture Institute (NVI) build up their businesses.
Seeley International will partner with Flinders University and TAFE SA at Tonsley to establish a research and development centre for new energy efficient cooling and heating technologies.
The Flinders Foundation Studies Program, a semester-long preparation course for university study, has its first ‘graduates’ from within the South Australian prison system.
Flinders University has a new ‘shopfront’ in Adelaide’s southern suburbs, with the opening today of a facility at TAFE SA’s Noarlunga campus.
Federal grants will fund a joint university initiative that aims to boost participation in tertiary education by lower socio-economic status and Indigenous students in SA.
A pathway to university study is now available inside one of South Australia’s prisons, thanks to a pilot program run by Flinders, TAFE SA and the Department for Correctional Services.
Flinders and TAFE SA have combined to make it easier for students to gain both a vocational qualification and a degree with the launch of a Dual Offer program for 2013.