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Torrens University Australia

As Australia’s 40th comprehensive University, Torrens University Australia delivers innovative learning, scholarship and research that is culturally diverse, career-oriented, and with a strong global perspective. It distinguishes itself as a university of agitators, innovators and changemakers.

Offering a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and higher degree by research programs, Torrens University distinguishes itself by connecting the world for good and empowering its students to make a difference in society. This is a commitment reinforced by its status as a Certified B Corporation, and steadfast determination to contribute to meeting the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Researchers at Torrens University are recognised as leaders in fields including Information and Computing Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Health Sciences, Built Environment and Design.

This work at Australia’s industry’s university is strengthened, amplified and its impact reinforced through partnerships with business, industry, chambers of commerce, research collaborations, sport, government and non- government organisations.

Privately owned, Torren University is a part of the US-based Strategic Education Inc., which has a global network of over 100,000 learners around the world. In 2020 and 2021, Torrens University was included in the Australian Financial Review’s list of the 100 Most Innovative Companies in Australia and New Zealand.

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