Demand for Flinders University’s Extension Studies Program, offered to high-achieving Year 12 students, has increased significantly this year.
A scheme for managing parking that would lower costs for both carpark owners and drivers won first prize in the Flinders University Business Plan Competition for 2013.
Flinders’ strong record of national teaching honours continues with the award to staff of five Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.
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.
Halls of Residence, University Colleges and other forms of student accommodation can play a fundamental role in educating students in life-skills and broadening their world view, according to the Dean of Flinders Living, Ms Helen Fletcher.
Flinders University’s undergraduate degree courses have yet again experienced increased demand. The University has responded by making a total of 5360 offers (up from 5025 offers in 2012) to date.
A scheme to farm rainbow trout and organic vegetables has won the Flinders University Business Plan Competition.
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.
Flinders will offer a new $8000 per year scholarship to a science, information technology or engineering undergraduate student in 2013.