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The Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics offers an extensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs which provide an extraordinary Adelaide experience. Our graduates make history, are highly-skilled, well-rounded and are prepared to positively impact the future as true global citizens.

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Study with the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics and open up a world of opportunities. We offer a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and research degrees.

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We take great pride in the excellence of our research and the fact that the learning we foster in the Faculty is directly shaped by the needs and of the professions and disciplines we serve.

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From our groundbreaking research to supporting the wider community, we are proud to work closely with government, industry and alumni.

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Help with a range of support services throughout your university life and beyond. We provide a range of services, information, support, advice, and assistance to students to ensure you excel during your studies with the Faculty and the University as a whole.

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Learn more about our internship opportunities and building your employability. We prepare students to achieve successful career transitions and connect with industry.

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Latest news



Hugh Martin Weir Prize 2023 applications are now open!

Is your research about Australia's involvement in war or the treatment of prisoners of war in any conflict, including the impact on those persons involved, their families, and their communities? Are you enrolled in an Honours thesis or postgraduate program or was your PhD awarded less than three years ago? Then this prize may be for you. 



Federal Government misses chance to boost skilled labour

The amount that pensioners may earn before being hit by tax should be increased in order to boost the economy and help them to keep using their expertise, according to a report published by the University of Adelaide.



Temporary Restrictions at Law Library

Due to construction work being carried out on the Napier building from Thursday 3 November to Wednesday 14 December (inclusive), access to the Northern side of the Sir John Salmond Law Library will be restricted.





Cartoon character inspires musicians to bounce back

A character from the Asterix cartoon series could be an inspiration to musicians who are faced with setbacks.


Upcoming events



Advance HE Fellowship Support Sessions

Advance HE Fellowship acknowledges your expertise in, and commitment to, professionalism in learning and teaching and is recognised globally. 



LabArchives electronic notebooks: Australia virtual user group event and researcher bootcamp

The University Library provides LabArchives electronic notebooks as a tool for collaboration, data management, and documenting repeatable processes.



Never give up! Lessons from an 8-year paper publication journey and fascinating review process experience

Performance and publication expectations to secure your first academic position post PhD are higher than ever, with often fierce competition.



HASS RDC and IRC Computational Skills Summer School

Are you interested in using digital skills in your humanities, arts or social science research? Or learning how to use thew increasing amount of HASS and Indigenous data available through emerging platforms?