As a School of Education student you will be part of an established institution that delivers the best industry connections both locally and nationally. Our mission is to make a significant contribution to the community by providing quality learning and teaching for future generations.

As South Australia’s number one university for graduate employability, our degrees build a strong foundation for an outstanding career in education (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020). The University of Adelaide is ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide and is South Australia highest ranked university for Arts and Humanities (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019).

We are conveniently located in the Adelaide CBD, providing vibrant surroundings for students and staff within the cultural hub of South Australia.

Master of Education

Become a changemaker in the future of education.

Master of Education

Become a teacher

Our practical pathways to become a teacher will provide you with a teaching qualification tailored to your career pursuits.

Become a teacher

Become a researcher

Discover our key areas of educational research, learn about our exciting projects and research goals, and find out how you can get involved.

Our research

Annual Report 2020

A celebration of innovation, highlights and achievements of 2020.

Annual Report 2020

Engage with us

We foster important relationships with all areas of our community, from local schools to government and teaching associations. Learn how to become part of our community.

Engage with us

Our people

Passionate academic and professional staff working towards a common goal of delivering the best learning experience for students.

Our people

Emily Monaghan

Master of Education student Emily Monaghan explains what she learns at the University of Adelaide during a global pandemic and how it supports her in her education career.

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John Stewart

John Stewart

In the Master's of Educational Leadership I enjoy that I can shape what I am learning to assist in my current roles as a Head of Preparatory School. The two modules I have undertaken have increased my professional knowledge and reignited my desire to learn more and improve how I lead my school.

Lachlan Shields

Master of Teaching graduate Lachlan Shields reflects on his role as a teacher and how the University of Adelaide helped him to get there.

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Kevin Marjoribanks Memorial Lecture

View our webinar presented by Emeritus Laureate Professor John Hattie ONZM, Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne, and Chair of the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership. H is lecture is titled: Visible Learning for Parents: A tribute to Kevin Marjoribanks.

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Leadership opportunities for pre-service teachers through the eLearning Program

The School of Education eLearning Program continues to offer new and exciting opportunities through which students engage with industry partners. Seven pre-service teachers from the School of Education have been selected to take part in a professional learning program alongside dozens of school managers and leaders from across Australia. Led by Apple and entitled Developing Leaders, this professional learning program focuses on how schools can better organise themselves for connectedness and wellbeing in education. 



School of Education Researchers 2022 Australian Research Council Discovery Project Success

Congratulations to Dr Stephen Kelly (Lecturer) and Dr Samantha Schulz (Senior Lecturer) , who are chief investigators on the newly awarded ARC Discovery Project 'Culturally Responsive Schooling' (DP220100651, 2022-24) on 24 December 2021 with co-chief investigators Professor Irabinna-Lester Rigney (UniSA, project lead), Professor Robert Hattam (UniSA), Professor Michalinos Zembylas (Open University of Cyprus), and Dr Nadeem Memon (UniSA - Centre for Islamic Thought and Education, CITE).



School of Education Researchers Present at the 2021 Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE)

Eleven School of Education Researchers and PhD candidates are presenting at the 2021 Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Conference between 29 November 2021 – 2 December 2021 in an online format.