University of South Australia
University of South Australia's history dates back to the end of the 19th century, with the establishment of the schools that would later form the university of South Australia. On January 1st 1991, these institutions came together to form the University of South Australia. In 1993, UniSA began to gain an international presence with the establishment of partnerships with institutions from over 30 countries.
University of South Australia today has over 32,000 students, and over 3200 international students. In 2014, 88% of UniSA graduates said they were satisfied with the quality of their program. UniSA has invested time and money in providing the best campuses and facilities in order to provide the best student experience. The university is in the process of building a Health Innovation Building that is due to be completed in 2018. The building will act as health and research facility, with the main facility being a Center for Cancer Biology.