For over 50 years the School of Computer Science has been preparing students for success using—and shaping—the latest in digital technology.
If you like solving problems and tackling real-world challenges, we have the experience, expertise, energy and enterprise to educate you for the future.
We teach computer science and software engineering and you can tailor your studies towards a particular career path, with majors offered in artificial intelligence, computer science, cybersecurity, data science, distributed systems and networking.
Our computer science and software engineering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees provide an outstanding foundation of skills and understanding in complex computing and computer systems. With five industry-driven majors on offer—you can tailor your studies towards a wide range of in-demand careers.
Studying at the University of Adelaide, continuously ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide, will challenge and inspire you. We're a member of Australia's Group of Eight (Go8), made up of the country's best universities.
The University's beautiful campus features traditional sandstone buildings, open spaces and cutting-edge facilities. Located in the multicultural city of Adelaide, South Australia; it is close to accommodation, shops, entertainment and attractions.
The School of Computer Science offers a range of world-class programs. Find out more about study options, entry requirements, how to apply and life in Adelaide.
Completing your studies is a time to celebrate, reminisce and look to the future. Here is a message of congratulations from your Head of School, Professor Ian Reid.
Congratulations to Dr Markus Wagner, Professor Mark Jaksa and their respective teams for successfully securing over AU$1m for their Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage projects.
Congratulations to the University of Adelaide students who won the Aurecon Sustainability Award in the 2020 Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Challenge Showcase.
Held 27-28 March, the first ever Australian Rover Challenge gave university students' from across the country the opportunity to put their engineering skills to the test.
Dr Chitchanok Chuengsatiansup and Dr Markus Wagner from the School of Computer Sciences have recently been awarded funds from the Google Research Scholar Program.
If you are a high-performing woman commencing your second or third year of undergraduate STEM study, then you may be eligible for a Defence Women in STEM $10,000 per year scholarship. Applications close 18 April.
This workshop will guide you through the first stages of the recruitment process – sourcing and applying for work experience. This workshop will be tailored towards ECMS and include information for Engineering students who are required to complete practical experience for their degree.
Whatever stage of your career, our Accenture Adelaide Hub will offer you a chance to learn and develop your skills alongside world-class talent, learn the latest technology and access leading research. Find out more by joining their online webinar.
We invite you to join our interactive event (online and in-person options) to hear from staff and graduates about the rapidly growing STEM career market (including emerging fields). Discover how you can prepare yourself for future careers with one of our cutting-edge degrees.
We are bringing together the Australia Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) community to present and to discuss recent CVPR 2021 papers.