1 MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN PUBLIC POLICY AND MANAGEMENT (GLOBAL) 5 STUDY PERIODS / 21 MONTHS australia.cmu.edu An American Degree. An Australian Experience. CRICOS Provider No.: 02696B
2 CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY AUSTRALIA Carnegie Mellon University is an American university established in 1900 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Ranked 22 in the world, (Times Higher Education, World University Ranking, ) Carnegie Mellon has been a birthplace of innovation throughout its 112-year history and is a global leader in bringing ground-breaking ideas to market and creating successful start-up businesses. Carnegie Mellon University in Australia forms part of Carnegie Mellon s global footprint, which includes campuses in Silicon Valley, Rwanda and Qatar. We combine an American, world-class degree with an Australian experience. Our Adelaide based campus delivers this high quality and exceptional education offering affording students with a unique advantage for when they enter the competitive graduate, global market. Located in Adelaide, the fifth Most Liveable City in the world (Economist Intelligence Unit 2012) and Australia s most affordable capital city, the Carnegie Mellon University Australia campus is home to students from over 25 countries, creating wide-reaching networks of contemporaries, global experts and alumni. Our student s study an innovative curriculum, combined with global case studies, providing a firm foundation in theory, with a focus on practical skills delivered through industry projects, internships and convocations. ADELAIDE, THE LIVEABLE CITY Adelaide, the capital of South Australia and the fifth largest city in the country is home to a culturally diverse population of 1.2 million people, including 230,000 students. Situated on the coast, Adelaide is renowned for its vibrant culture and relaxed lifestyle and has many attractions including 30 kilometres of beautiful beaches, the Adelaide Central Markets, Adelaide Zoo, Rundle Mall and Street shopping strip, numerous cultural venues, famous restaurants, vibrant nightlife, the South Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of SA, Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the Adelaide Hills and wine region just to name a few. Adelaide s European heritage is evident in the many restored Victorian and Edwardian buildings scattered through the city including the Torrens Building - home to Carnegie Mellon University Australia and the international university precinct. Adelaide was judged the Fifth Most Liveable City in the world in 2012 by the Economist Intelligence Unit and Australia s most affordable capital city. The New Yorker magazine once referred to Adelaide as the last well-planned metropolis on earth - planned on a square mile grid with wide streets, central squares and more than 900 hectares of parklands (almost 50 per cent of the city). Known as the 20-minute city, it takes 20 minutes to travel from the city to the hills or beaches. Adelaide has a reliable and accessible public transport system and wide, safe roads for cycling, allowing you to live where you choose and commute around the city and to university with ease.
3 REPUTATION AND RANKINGS Carnegie Mellon University consistently ranks among the top 50 universities worldwide and is recognised for its unique interdisciplinary environment In , Times Higher Education-World University Rankings, ranked CMU: No. 22 in the world, and No. 15 among U.S. universities No. 15 in the world for engineering and technology universities No. 26 in the world for reputation No. 38 in the world for social science universities US News and World Report ranks CMU 23 in US in 2011 In a 2010 Wall Street Journal poll, job recruiters looking for new hires ranked CMU No. 1 in computer science, No. 4 in finance and No. 7 in business. CMU ranked 10 overall. Nearly 35 percent of CMU s students are from 115 countries outside the US, giving the university one of the 10 most international student bodies, by percentage, among four-year U.S. institutions. CMU has ranked No. 1 among all US universities without a medical school in the number of start-up companies created per research dollar spent since Find out more: CMU's Entrepreneurial ecosystem, helping to create start-up companies-- Greenlighting Startups In the past 15 years, CMU faculty, students and alumni have created more than 300 companies and 9,000 jobs. CMU is a world leader in robotics. CMU s autonomous vehicle, Boss, earned the $2M prize for winning the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge. Now, CMU researchers are developing a flying car, and working to land and operate a robot on the moon through Google s Lunar X Mission a project that combines technology and art. CMU attracts award-winning talent. Current and former faculty and alumni are winning top awards in art, science and technology. Currently in the final stages, the university's "Inspire Innovation" campaign has already reached its $1 billion goal. Carnegie Mellon University has been home to Nobel Laureates 10 Turing Award Winners 9 Members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 10 Members of the (U.S.) National Academy of Arts and Sciences Numerous (U.S.) National Academy of Engineering Honourees Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM) Carnegie Mellon University is ranked #7 in the U.S. News & World Report 2012 Graduate School Rankings for Schools of Public Affairs, in the speciality area of Public Policy Analysis.
4 PROGRAM SNAPSHOT Program Name Program Code CRICOS Code Duration Total Core courses Elective Courses Project Internship Exchange Independent Study Total Program Fee Master of Science in Public Policy and Management Global Master of Science in Public Policy and Management - Global G 5 Study Periods or 21 months 192 units 132 units 60 units Systems Synthesis Project 12 week internship and can be taken in Australia or internationally but not in the USA. Not available Available Global MSPPM 21 month, 5 Study Periods, 180 units In Australia AUD $ per unit AUD $36,120 total tuition based on 84 units of study Scholarship Available Work Experience Prerequisite Academic IELTS or TOEFL In USA USD $42,916 total tuition for 2 study periods of study Academic Merit Scholarship Entry Requirements 3 or more years work experience None Minimum Bachelors or Equivalent IELTS 7.0 overall with no band less than 6.5 or TOEFL 100 IBT no band less than 25 GMAT or GRE Average GMAT or GRE Start Dates August Only
5 OVERVIEW The Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM) program provides a unique educational and life experience for students as the program is taught across Carnegie Mellon s Adelaide and Pittsburgh campuses. The MSPPM Global is a program that gives you an international perspective by learning in the United States and Australia with a strong focus on the Asia Pacific region. You will spend your 1st and 2nd study period in Adelaide, a 3rd study period undertaking a 12 week internship in either Australia or internationally and your 4th and 5th study period in Pittsburgh. The MSPPM Global program is tailored for students seeking to progress their career in any policy field and to assume positions in policy development, implementation and evaluation, and to manage these functions in government, non-profit organisations, international organisations and the private sector. Customised for experienced professionals, the MSPPM Global program combines a comprehensive public policy and management curriculum with an industry based System Synthesis Project, these real-world components of the program provide you with work-experience and industry knowledge to advance your career and to further differentiate you in the competitive global market. Schooled in the interdisciplinary Carnegie Mellon University tradition and trained as an analytical problem solver, you will understand how to produce and analyse data after sound policy advice, and make effective management decisions. You will look beyond traditional paradigms looking to innovative solutions to problems. The MSPPM Global program has an experienced, professional staff that understands the needs of students and is dedicated to providing a quality educational experience for all students. Our practical approach to education enables you to immediately apply on the job what you learn in the classroom. The MSPPM Global curriculum is immersed with challenging courses designed to tap into your innovation potential. You are empowered to customise your degree by selecting from a variety of course electives carried out via coursework and independent study. Class sizes are kept small and course content is career relevant to ensure that you receive the support required to excel. HIGHLIGHTS An American degree from Carnegie Mellon University ranked No.7 in Public Policy Analysis schools (US News & World Report 2012) A global program, where you study across Carnegie Mellon s Adelaide and Pittsburgh campuses A study program, taught over 21 months (5 study period) ideal for students advancing their careers A 12 week industry placement internships so you can develop your skills in Australia or overseas A high quality program that integrates management and policy theory, knowledge and skills Incorporates practical experience through the Systems Synthesis Project
6 LEARNING OUTCOMES The Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM) program is designed to educate innovative, ethical leaders who create and implement policy, manage organizations effectively, transform organizations, and develop new solutions to important social issues. You will gain strong problem solving skills both quantitative and qualitative that will allow you to develop effective policies and you'll have opportunities to gain experience in leadership and real-world applications of your public affairs management coursework. At completion of the MSPPM Global program, you will be able to competently: Assume positions in policy development, implementation and evaluation, and manage these functions in government, non-profit organisations, international organisations and the private sector Implement skills in all aspects of management, including general management, leadership, organisation management, strategic planning, financial management, human resource management, and IT management Utilise training grounded in theory and practical application of theory Work in organisations in developed countries and countries with emerging economies Understand how to analyse data and make effective management decisions Look beyond traditional paradigms, looking instead to non-traditional path-breaking solutions Advance the public interest by utilising exceptional analytical, quantitative and technical skills CAREER OUTCOMES As a graduate of the MSPPM Global program you are eligible for Optional Practical Training (OPT) in the United States. Students seeking to access the American job market will be provided support from the Office of Career Services in Pittsburgh during your second year (4th and 5th study period) in the program. MSPPM Global graduates are sought by important and well-known employers in the Public, Non-Profit, Private and Interface (Consulting) sectors. Among the many employers of our graduates are these organisations: For more information on salaries and careers visit Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University. Among the many employers of our 2012 graduates are these organisations:
7 Public Sector Board of Governor s of the Federal Reserve System Bureau of the Census California Legislative Analyst's Office City of Aurora, Colorado City of Chicago City of Cincinnati City of Dallas City of Kansas City City of Milwaukee City of Las Vegas - Homeless Project City of New York City of Phoenix City of Pittsburgh, Mayor's Office City of Savannah Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget Fannie Mae Federal Reserve Bank Maryland Department of Fiscal Services New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice New York City Department of Health New York City Department of Transportation New York State Assembly Pennsylvania State Senate Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Presidential Management Internship Program State of Maine Department of Economic & Community Development Tennessee Valley Authority US Comptroller of Currency US Congressional Budget Office US Department of Energy US Department of Housing & Urban Development US Department of Justice US Department of State US Department of Treasury US Environmental Protection Agency US Federal Bureau of Investigation US Food & Drug Administration US General Accounting Office US International Trade Commission US Office of Personnel Management USAID Private Sector Associated Press AT&T Bankers Trust Battelle - Pacific NW Laboratory Citibank Consolidated Natural Gas Co. Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc. Federated Investors GE Capital Corporation General Foods USA General Motors Corporation Goldman Sachs & Co. H.J. Heinz Co. Honeywell IBM Intel Lucent Technologies Northrop Corporation Oracle Corporation Parke-Davis Siebel Systems Standard & Poor's Corporation Tenneco TransQuest Unisys Corporation Interface (Consulting) Sector American Management Systems Andersen Consulting Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Deloitte Consulting Economic Research Associates, Inc. ICF Incorporated Industrial Economics, Inc. Information Management Consultants KPMG Peat Marwick McKinsey & Co. PricewaterhouseCoopers Xceed Consulting
8 INTERNSHIPS Students of the MSPPM Global program are provided the opportunity to undertake a 12 week internship in the 3 rd study period with public and private companies or government agencies to gain invaluable real world work experience. You may choose to take your internship in Australia or international but not in the United States. Internships provide you with an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the practical challenges facing today s organisations, adding greater depth of knowledge and experience to your already robust degree. Our students take their internships in some of world s leading organisations. As a new program addition our students have taken internships in: Regional Development Australia- Barossa U.S. Senate Committee on Finance Washington DC Accenture Beijing SingTel, Singapore elabtronics Citibank, Singapore DELL, Australia Coffey International Developmen, Adelaide Australia Regional Development Australia South Australian Government US Senate Committee on Finance, Washington D.C USA World Vision, Melbourne Australia Conservation Council of SA Relationships Australia SYSTEMS SYNTHESIS PROJECT The System Synthesis Project takes students beyond theory into the practical application of skills through the opportunity to work with public and private companies, government agencies on real-world projects. The goal of these projects is to provide MSPPM Global students with the skills necessary for structuring, managing, and carrying out projects within an organisation. This project provides the opportunity to consolidate and apply the skills and knowledge developed in previous coursework in a team-based approach to a real problem. A team of students works with a real-world client on a real-world problem of value to the client. Most important, this is an opportunity to apply the team's advanced engineering and management skills, including the specialized knowledge and skills needed to solve a real problem. In particular, team members must learn to work effectively with clients, quickly understand their problem, negotiate deliverables and then select, adapt and apply just the right amount of process and documentation to meet clients' needs and effectively manage the project. Previous projects and project partners include:
9 2012 Client Renmark Irrigation Trust International Symposium on Climate change Project Provide the Renmark Irrigation Trust with estimates of the value of benefits in the Riverland region arising from its plans for infrastructure renewal. The project will cover polices to mitigate climate change and to adapt to climate change. It will include any linked Industry development policies and the roles of selected nations in international bodies Conservation Council of South Australia The project will investigate the range of complementary policies. It will undertake research into the experience of other nations as to the most efficacious complementary measures. Conservation Council of South Australia 2011 Client Department for Education and Child Development City of Norwood Payneham and St. Peters 2010 Client South Australian Council of Social Services (SACOSS) UN Development Program (UNDP) National Academy of Science (NAS) U.S. Renewable SA (Commissioner Tim O'Loughlin) Coffey International Development Pty Ltd-APAC The project will review the Complementary Measures for Carbon Tax Project Transforming Educational Futures: Regional Leadership Consultants Supporting Principal Leadership Public-Private-Community Partnership: A self Sustainable Model for Small Businesses in the City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters. Project Peak Load Project: Pricing Policies for Invariant Users. Do Developing Countries Pursue UN Millennium Development Goals in World Bank Poverty Reduction Strategies. Fiscal Rules for Reducing the U.S. Debt: Lessons from Brazil, Chile, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland. Site Selection and Suggested Policies for Mid to Large- Scale Photovoltaic Electricity Generation in South Australia. Position Analysis of Pakistan Aid Focus & Delivery.
10 CURRICULUM Our MSPPM Global program features a unique interdisciplinary curriculum of analytical and quantitative studies. Students are empowered to customise their degree by selecting from a variety of course electives carried out via coursework and independent study. The MSPPM Global curriculum is a unique blend of interdisciplinary analytical and quantitative studies. We are widely recognised for our unique interdisciplinary environment, encouraging work across departmental lines. As a result, our MSPPM graduates enter the world with the ability to solve complex problems. The MSPPM Global program requires you to study 192 units in total comprising of 132 units worth of core courses and 60 units of elective courses. This combination of courses allows you to tailor the program to your career and interest needs by selecting relevant elective course whilst studying core courses, which provide a core foundation of skills and knowledge. Full-time students complete the program over five study periods. Students may commence in the August intakes. Each study period is the equivalent to weeks of study and usually comprises of 48 units worth of courses. Each course is awarded either 6 or 12 unit weighting Therefore you can study a combination of 6 and 12 unit courses to meet your program requirements. For successful completion of the MSPPM Global program, students must complete 192 units total: complete 132 units of core requirements complete 60 units of electives complete a 12 week internship complete a Systems Synthesis Project achieve a cumulative quality point average (QPA) of at least 3.0 Adelaide, Australia Study Period One (August) Course Code Course Title Units Policy Analysis I Organisational Management Information Systems for Managers Applied Economic Analysis I 12 Study Period Two (January) Empirical Methods for Public Policy and Management Financial Analysis Strategic Presentation Skills Strategic Writing Skills 6 Plus 12 units of elective courses Study Period Three (May) Internship 0 The internship may be taken in Adelaide, Australia or in another country except USA Pittsburgh, USA Study Period Four (August) Financial Analysis Information Systems for Managers Decision Making Under Uncertainty Cost Benefit Analysis 6 Plus 12 units of elective courses
11 Study Period Five (January) Plus 48 units of elective courses Additional Elective Courses Course Code Course Title Units Financial Management Economic of Development Ethics and Public Policy Entrepreneurship Supply Chain Management Transformational Leadership for Global Enterprise Power and Influence Decision Making Under Uncertainty Introduction to Geographic Information Systems Sustainable Community Development Diplomacy and Statecraft International Politics and Policies Foundation of Social Innovation and Enterprise Micro Finance and Development Consulting Communication 6 Notes The electives below represent only a selection of electives available. Elective courses will be offered in a variety of areas related to the technology and business of information and communication technology. These courses will be offered by resident faculty as well as by faculty from other CMU campuses through short-term visits and distance learning. A full list of electives is available for you to customise your degree to suit your individual requirements. Course Exemption If you have a strong background in any of the core courses, you can receive an exemption either by passing an exemption exam administered during your orientation program or through successful completion of comparable coursework during your undergraduate studies. Exempting a course doesn't reduce the required number of courses you must complete but instead allow you to choose additional elective courses to expand your knowledge base and further tailor your program. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS All applicants applying for a program at Carnegie Mellon University Australia are required to satisfy the entry requirements for admission. Applications for MISM are assessed by Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College Pittsburgh. 1. WORK EXPERIENCE Applicants are required to have 3 or more years of professional work experience. This information can be provided in the form of a resume or CV. 2. ACADEMIC COURSE PREREQUISITE Applicants are required to have programming experience in data structures and an object-oriented programming language such as C, C++ or Java. This information can be provided in the form a transcript from your home institution.
12 3. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must have successfully completed an undergraduate degree from a recognised higher education institution before commencing studies at Carnegie Mellon University Australia. 4. GRADUATE ENTRY EXAMINATIONS Applicants must provide a valid score for one of the tests below. Graduate Records Exam (GRE) Students must achieve an average minimum score of Institution Code: 2074 Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Students must achieve an average minimum score of MSIT: 69H-V ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY Applicants whose native language is not English are required to submit official score results from the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Entry to Carnegie Mellon University Australia programs require either IELTS or TOEFL IELTS Minimum of 7.0 overall and no less than 6.5 in all bands Test scores are valid for two (2) years and must be submitted directly by IELTS to the Carnegie Mellon University Australia Admissions Office or uploaded with your application. TOEFL Minimum of 100 (ibt) overall and less than 25 in all bands Test scores are valid for two (2) years and must be submitted directly by ETS to the Carnegie Mellon University Australia Admissions Office or uploaded with your application. Institution Code 2318 English Language Test Exemption Applicants whose native language is not English but have completed studies for the duration of at least three years at a higher education institution in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom, the United States of America or South Africa are exempt. 6. STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Applicants are required to submit an essay (1,000 words) describing your academic and professional background, your career goals, and how the program will help you achieve your goals. 7. CV/RESUME Applicants are required to submit a resume. Please submit a one or two page summary of your education skills, accomplishments, employment experience and volunteer experience. The resume must be current and include all part time and full time work experience, the dates of when the employment began and ended and a brief description of your responsibilities under the title of the position. 8. RECOMMENDATIONS Applicants are required to have three recommendations submitted on their behalf. Recommendation forms must be completed by three people who can provide academic or professional references. Please note recommendations from friends, family members or acquaintances, and other sources not able to evaluate applicants on an academic or professional basis, will not be accepted.
13 Recommendations are submitted electronically through the online application system by your recommenders. We do not accept recommendations submitted on paper. The applicant must input the names and contact information for each recommendation provider into the application system. Prior to requesting that your recommendation providers complete the recommendation online, be sure to check with them to ensure that you register them with the correct address Please let your recommenders know that they may upload an electronic document or scanned copy of a paper-based recommendation using the online system rather than using the text box response fields (but they must upload their recommendation via the online system). Suggested Recommenders Work Experience 3 Suggested Recommender Type 0 Years Academic Academic Academic 0-1 Years Academic Professional or Academic Professional 1-3 Years Academic Professional Professional > 3 Years Professional Professional Professional APPLICATION PROCESS Please follow the step by step guide to apply for admission. Applications close January 10 every year for the August intake. Application Assistance Questions about your application and admission process should be directed the Admissions Office in Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College Pittsburgh. The following application process applies to all applicants considering an application to Carnegie Mellon University Australia. Before applying, please carefully review the application process and admission requirements for your program of interest. Please note that each of our programs have distinct requirements to apply for admission. Refer to the program to which you're applying for specific admissions requirements. STEP ONE Before you apply Choose the program that suits your work experience and career goals and make sure you meet the entry requirements Make sure you are eligible for the appropriate visa to study in Australia (if required) Look at the cost of living in Adelaide, and what financial assistance is available to you while you study Once you have reviewed the information above and gathered the required materials for applying, you can start your application. STEP TWO How to apply
14 All applications must be completed online through Carnegie Mellon University s application portal. Information will be provided through ApplyYourself to assist you in your application. Please ensure all sections are completed in full and where required all supporting documentation is uploaded. There is no application fee for Carnegie Mellon University Australia Please ensure that your application is received by the Admissions Office before the relevant deadline International students, who prefer to apply in person in their own country, may choose one of our Education Agents. Search our list of Carnegie Mellon University Australia representatives near you. Please ensure you read the section on Academic Transcripts Study abroad or student exchange If you are a Carnegie Mellon University student studying at one of our campuses or from a student exchange partner, you might be eligible to study for one study period in Adelaide as an exchange student. If you are interested in studying at Carnegie Mellon University Australia from a non-student exchange partner, you might be eligible to study for one or two study periods as a study abroad student. Contact us for more information. STEP THREE After you apply and accepting your offer Acknowledgement The Admissions Office will send an acknowledgement to you once you have submitted your application. If your application is complete and we do not require any further information your application will be assessed by the Admissions Selection Committee. This takes approximately one - two weeks. Offer process If your application is successful, your letter of admission will be ed directly to you (and if applying with an authorised education agent, copied to your nominated representative). If the offer is conditional you need to meet the conditions of your offer before accepting. If you have been sent an unconditional offer (no conditions), you can choose to accept it immediately. If you choose not to accept the offer right away, you can also: Choose to defer your offer Ask to be considered for a different course than the one you originally applied for, by submitting your change of preference via , by fax or in writing to the Admissions Office Decline your offer. Unsuccessful applicants will receive notification via . STEP FOUR After you accept your offer Acceptance form and deposit You will need to return the acceptance form to the Admissions Office. You will be required to pay a deposit to secure your place in the program. Overseas Student Health Care (OSHC) (Applicable to International Students only) All international students are required to have overseas student health cover for the duration of their studies in Australia. This can be arranged by the Admissions Office on your behalf with our preferred provider. You can nominate the type of cover you require in your acceptance form. Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) (Applicable to International Students only) Once your deposit has been received and overseas student health cover arranged, the Admissions Office will issue you with confirmation of enrolment. This document will need to be attached to your visa application. Preparing for study
15 Once you have accepted your offer to study at Carnegie Mellon University Australia, you will want to start planning your Carnegie Mellon experience, if you have not already started doing so. Preparing yourself for study is not just about choosing your subjects and buying your textbooks. Here are some other things you'll want to look into. Accommodation Are you moving to Adelaide to undertake graduate study? Adelaide offers plenty of housing options. Whichever you choose, it's best to plan your accommodation early. Enrolment and orientation The first step in your new academic life is enrolment and orientation, designed to help ease your entry into campus life. To assist you with your transition to graduate study, advice and information to help you understand all aspects of university life, including what happens at enrolment and orientation will be available to you. Other services Carnegie Mellon University Australia offers a range of Support Services to students including: Careers and Employment, Counselling Services and many more. Verification Requirement for all Enrolling Students We are committed to ensuring the integrity of our admissions process and the reputation of our educational programs. We also want to protect and enhance the value of the degrees that we confer. The purpose of the background check is to protect all stakeholders of our programs (students, faculty, staff and alumni) from those who would falsify their backgrounds to gain an unfair advantage in the admissions process. We have made the decision to implement an independent verification process of all application materials for any master's student enrolling in the Heinz College. We believe that this verification will support our efforts to ensure integrity throughout the program. Upon admission, you will receive more details about this process. ACADEMIC MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS We seek to attract the very best and brightest students from around the world. Our competitive scholarship and awards program allows us to remove hurdles, which may otherwise prevent deserving future leaders from attaining a prestigious Carnegie Mellon University degree. The application assessment process for admission into Carnegie Mellon University assesses both the applicant's strength for entrance into the program, while simultaneously assessing merit for a scholarship or award. Successful awardees accept an ambassadorial role representing Carnegie Mellon. Their role provides a unique responsibility and leadership development opportunities, including representing the university at networking events, alumni functions, industry gatherings and community engagement activities.
16 "My heart is in the work." - Andrew Carnegie - Contact Us Torrens Building, 220 Victoria Square Adelaide, South Australia 5000 T E CRICOS Provider No B The University has used its best endeavours to ensure the information provided is correct. The University gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this information and the University reserves the right to make changes without notice at any time in its absolute discretion.