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Academic Editing Services in Adelaide


The capital city and commercial centre of South Australia (and home to 75% of South Australia’s population with over 1.3 million inhabitants), Adelaide is noted for its electronic systems, manufacturing sector (heavily bolstered by defence contracts) and defence industry. The city experiences hot dry summers and short winters (although hail is common), both of which benefit the state’s wine industry. Adelaide boasts a vibrant arts scene and most bars feature nightly live music acts.

Capstone Editing has an extensive presence in Adelaide and our editors have experience in providing premium copyediting services to the postgraduate students and academics of the four Adelaide-based universities. You can visit our testimonials page to read about the experiences of some of our past clients.

  • The University of Adelaide: The University of Adelaide is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8) and the Academic Consortium 21, and is the third-oldest university in Australia (established in 1874). The university comprises five faculties and five campuses in South Australia—North Terrace (main campus), the National Wine Centre, Waite, Roseworthy and Thebarton—and one campus in Singapore. The university had 26,800 students enrolled in 2015 (including 7,000 international students), maintains several research institutes and is one of the most research focused universities in Australia. The University of Adelaide is commonly ranked among the top 200 universities in the world and among the top 10 in Australia.
  • Flinders University: A member of the Innovate Research Universities (IRU), Flinders University comprises four faculties and is particularly renowned for its courses in humanities and medicine. The university’s main campus is in Bedford Park, with secondary campuses located in Victoria Square and Tonsley. Flinders University had approximately 19,800 students enrolled in 2015 (including roughly 4,500 international students) and is commonly ranked in the top 400 universities in the world.
  • University of South Australia (UniSA): UniSA operates four campuses—City East (health sciences), City West (architecture, business, creative arts, commerce, law and management), Mawson Lakes (aviation, engineering, environmental studies, IT, science and sports science) and Magill (education, humanities and social sciences)—and two regional campuses in Whyalla and Mount Gambia. The university has the largest student population in South Australia (with approximately 31,500 students enrolled in 2015, including 5,700 international students) and is commonly ranked among the top 300 universities in the world.
  • Torrens University Australia Limited: A private university established in 2014, Torrens University operates campuses in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The university is primarily focused on postgraduate courses and had 890 students enrolled in 2015.