Four students from Flinders University’s Faculty of Science and Engineering will tonight (Monday, April 14) receive a prestigious Playford Memorial Trust scholarship.
Flinders University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Michael Barber, is visiting China as a member of a major Australian trade mission.
Strained national relations between Australia and Indonesia over border protection issues make the importance of people-to-people relationships, including those based around education, even more crucial, according to Flinders University Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Barber.
Flinders University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will give the University an active collaborative role in two new Centres announced today by manufacturer Hills Ltd and the State Government.
Flinders University would increase its role in South Australia’s teacher education if current discussions with the University of Adelaide come to fruition.
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.
Flinders’ role as a major contributor to the economic and social development in southern Adelaide was underscored with the start of construction of the University’s $120 million building at Tonsley.
Flinders students will soon have access to world-class communications technology as the result of the University’s $14 million investment with leading international ICT supplier, Cisco.
Up to 40 delegates from Flinders University will today embark on a group mission to enhance Flinders international research links with two top-tier Chinese universities.