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The University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide was founded in 1874 and is South Australia's oldest university. It enjoys an outstanding national and international reputation in both teaching and research in many fields of study.

Among the University's many distinguished graduates are Nobel prize winner Lord Florey and Dame Roma Mitchell, a graduate of the Law School, Australia's first female QC, judge, University Chancellor and Governor of South Australia.

With a student population of around 16,000, including more than 2,000 students from 70 countries. The University of Adelaide consists of four campuses. The main campus includes the Law School, along with most teaching departments and other central services and is located in the cultural, intellectual and commercial heart of the city of Adelaide. It is adjacent to the State Library, South Australian Museum, South Australian Art Gallery, Festival Theatre, Zoological Gardens and Botanical Gardens, in the parklands which surround the city's business and shopping district.

The University of Adelaide is linked with many of the world's best universities for both student and staff exchange, for teaching and research. These links may be broad-based across the University, or at a discipline level. In the latter category, the University's Law School has established links with the Faculties of Law at Philipps University Marburg and the University of Mannheim in Germany; the University of Poitiers in France; the University of Victoria in Canada; and Pace University and the University of Oregon in the USA.

Students and staff at the University of Adelaide have access to state-of-the-art facilities. Laboratories, classrooms and teaching suites contain up-to-date computing and audio-visual equipment.

The University's extensive support services cater for students' cultural sporting and social needs. Counselling, health and welfare e is available, as well as study skills and English language tuition.

The University of Adelaide offers a various amount of Law courses. A list of these courses you can find here: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder/2017/mclaw_mcomplaws.html . Please note that the University of Adelaide does not offer all courses in one calendar year and that they are subject to change without prior notice.