Torrens University Australia
|Torrens University Australia|
The historic Torrens Building in
Victoria Square, Adelaide
|Chancellor||Dr Michael Mann AM|
|Vice-Chancellor||Professor Fred McDougall|
|Location||Adelaide, South Australia,
Torrens University Australia is a for-profit university located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is part of the Laureate International Universities network and is Australia's third private university.
The go-ahead for the new university was given by the South Australian Cabinet following Premier Mike Rann's negotiations in Australia and in Cancun, Mexico, with Laureate Chairman Douglas Becker and Chancellor Dr Michael Mann. Honorary Laureate Chancellor and former US President Bill Clinton publicly endorsed the Australian project.
"The opportunity to learn at the same university across different countries is increasingly important in our ever more connected world. I look forward to visiting the new Laureate campus in Adelaide," former President Clinton said.
The university is based in the Torrens Building, shared with Heinz College Australia (an international campus of Carnegie Mellon University), and the University College London's School of Energy and Resources, in Victoria Square, in the centre of Adelaide.
In 2014, the university will offer programs, predominantly at postgraduate level, in Business Administration, Commerce, Education, Global Project Management, Public Health, as well as Higher Degrees by Research.
- Professor Fred McDougall (2012–present)
- Dr Michael Mann AM (2012-present)
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- "Torrens University Australia Ltd". Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency.
- "Study Programs". Torrens University Australia.
- "Governance". Torrens University Australia. Retrieved 12 November 2013.
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