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Vision and Mission. Vision UniSA will be a leading contributor to Australia having the best higher education system in the world, supporting the world’s best educated and most innovative, cohesive and sustainable society Mission

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Vision and Mission

Vision

UniSA will be a leading contributor to Australia having the best higher education system in the world, supporting the world’s best educated and most innovative, cohesive and sustainable society

Mission

UniSA educates professionals and citizens to the highest standards; creates and disseminates knowledge; and engages with our communities to address the major issues of our time

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Values

  • UniSA values:
  • scholarship
  • engagement
  • social justice
  • sustainability
  • innovation
  • openness
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Graduate qualities

  • The knowledge, skills and personal abilities needed to negotiate the changing global economic environment
  • A graduate of UniSA:
  • operates effectively with and upon a body of knowledge 
  • is prepared for life-long learning  
  • is an effective problem solver
  • can work both autonomously and collaboratively
  • is committed to ethical action and social responsibility
  • communicates effectively in professional practice
  • demonstrates international perspectives.
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The Australian Universities Quality Agency

The Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) now operating under the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) released an exceptionally positive report of its second audit of the University, which took place in August 2009

UniSA has a strong sense of direction, is well‐organised, effectively governed and managed and is tackling core issues through its focus on workforce reform. It seems well‐placed, therefore,

to deliver on its ambitious agenda

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Horizon 2020

  • UniSA will be defined by:
  • an outstanding student experience and exceptional graduates
  • world-class research clusters and an exciting, research-intensive culture
  • innovative solutions to social, economic, political and technological challenges
  • a commitment to equity and excellence, reinforcing each other in an environment characterised by uncompromising high standards.
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To realise Horizon 2020, we will:

  • invest at least $1 billion to support our ambitions
  • consolidate our campuses to make better use of our resources and strengthen services to students
  • create a University College
    • seek to establish a medical school focusing on disadvantaged populations
  • construct a major building at City West integrating smart learning spaces and student support services
  • develop research infrastructure that underpins major growth in the number of research-productive staff and doctoral graduates.
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University governance

AcademicBoard

Vice Chancellor and President

Audit & Risk Management Committee

Portfolios

Divisions

Finance Committee

PVC: Business

DVC: Academic

Council

Foundation Committee

Chief Operating Officer

PVC: Education, Arts

and Social Sciences

Governance & Legislation Committee

Honorary Awards Committee

PVC: International and Development

PVC: Health Sciences

Immediate Business Committee

DVC: Research and Innovation

PVC: Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment

Senior Academic Promotions Committee

Senior Remuneration Committee

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At a glance

  • Total students 34,867*
  • Domestic students 24,425
  • Research students 1,220
  • International students 10,443*
  • in onshore programs 5,859
  • in offshore programs 4,614
  • Number of parchments (given in 2011) 9,146
  • Staff (full-time equivalent) 2,575
  • 2011 consolidated revenue $551m
  • 2012 consolidated revenue (budget) $533m
  • *Students enrolled in both offshore and onshore programs are only counted once in overall total
eowa employer of choice
EOWA – employer of choice

UniSA has been named Employer of Choice for Women for 10 consecutive years by the Federal Government.

This citation recognises the University’s commitment to:

  • providing a work culture that respects and supports flexible work practices
  • family-friendly initiatives
  • a commitment to gender pay equity
  • a range of equal opportunity initiatives resulting in positive outcomes for women
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Signs of success

  • When we think and work together as ‘one UniSA’
  • When UniSA is proud of every one of its employees and all employees are happy to be with UniSA
  • When UniSA is among the most research intensive universities in Australia
  • When our graduates say: “I went to UniSA with a dream and I left, not only with the tools to be able to fulfil that dream, but also with the firm belief that I can.”
  • When our graduates look back and consider that their experiences at UniSA to have played a vital role in their personal and professional success.