Adelaide is Home to the Best Art School in Australia!
Address: Glenside Cultural Precinct, 7 Mulberry Rd, Glenside, SA.
Date: Open Day 29 May 2021
Call: (08) 8299 7300
Also worth noting is ACSA’s exceptional result under the Teaching Quality category, with a rating of 97.9%.
The Australian Government funds the administration of a comprehensive annual survey of students in higher education. In 2020, over 280,000 undergraduate students from 133 universities and higher education providers responded to the survey. The SES is conducted each year by the Social Research Centre for the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website.
“Despite the disruptions of 2020, ACSA’s results continued to improve, from 96.7% in 2019 to 97.1% in the latest survey," said CEO Penny Griggs. "All of second term last year was delivered online. This was extraordinary, considering our teaching model was 100% face-to-face at the time of the initial lockdown in March. We are so proud of how the ACSA community adapted last year.”
“After such a difficult year, to be acknowledged by our diverse student community as a leader in higher education is simply the best recognition we could be given.”
Established in 1982, Adelaide Central School of Art is an independent, not-for-profit, tertiary provider of visual arts education and a member of the Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA).
You're invited to explore the award-winning heritage-listed campus on Saturday 29 May at the upcoming Open Day. Meet current students and staff, including some of South Australia's leading practising artists. Visit the studios and learn about why our students are so satisfied.
Mid-year enrolments for the Bachelor of Visual Art at Adelaide Central School of Art are open until 11 June.
For more information please contact the school Info@acsa.sa.edu.au or visit the website: http://www.acsa.sa.edu.au/home/
National Average undergraduate students from all Universities and Non-University Higher Education Institutions. Adelaide Central School of Art
2019 2020 2019 2020
78% 69% Overall Student Educational Experience 96.7% 97.1%
81% 78% Teaching Quality 95.8% 97.9%
74% 74% Student Support 94.4% 96.5%
81% 78% Skills Development 91.5% 93.3%
60% 44% Learner Engagement 75.1% 77.5%
Data sourced from Student Experience Survey 2020. All information sourced from www.qilt.edu.au