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Guide to Research Degrees
Learn in state-of-the art laboratories that replicate real world hospital settings and enjoy access to quality clinical and non-clinical placements
Governments and health organisations across the globe expect areas such as pharmacy, medical science, diagnostics, immunology and genetics to grow as the fight against illness and disease continues
As the State’s leading University for Sports Science and Rehabilitation we offer state-of-the-art facilities including a physiotherapy clinic, podiatry clinic and new High Performance Clinic.
With a qualification recognised around the world, medical radiation delivers a rewarding career that offers the best of both worlds: compassion and innovation, for better health.
Encompasses activities which improve the health of populations and is underpinned by epidemiology including applications to control and improve health.
Honours is available to students who have completed a relevant bachelor degree.
With an emphasis on outcomes-based research aimed at improving health, we provide a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment where students are encouraged to explore their own ideas under the supervision of some of Australia's leading scientists.
UniSA has a long tradition of supporting health students and professionals through short courses and professional development.
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What type of future student are you? Are you a High School or TAFE graduate, postgraduate student, adult entry, indigenous or international student?
The City East Campus is the hub of health and medical science programs at the University of South Australia. Take a video tour and or a virtual tour of the City East Campus.
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Check out our 'Active Careers' Guide to Human Movement Programs to find out the diverse places a human movement degree from UniSA can take you.
Check out our Science Careers in Health guide to careers in pharmacy and medical science and find out where a pharmacy or medical science degree can take you.
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