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University of Tasmania

  • 17% international / 83% domestic

About University of Tasmania

How to apply

You can apply for up to five courses at once, and unlike other states, there is no charge to apply as a domestic student to the University of Tasmania. Even if you are thinking of applying to another university, you can still apply to us - effectively doubling your chances of success.

Campuses

Cradle Coast

Darlinghurst - Sydney

Cradle Coast

Darlinghurst - Sydney

Courses

Featured Courses

Certificate

With the rise in prevalence in dementia and the need to provide quality care in the community, health care centres and hospitals, and in residential care, it is becoming essential that health care workers in aged care develop specialised knowledge in this field so that you can make a difference to...

Certificate

Social care workers play a vital role in supporting people through issues of discrimination, inequality, violence, and other forms of oppression. Recent systemic failures of care, particularly in aged care and disability support, have come to the forefront in Australia.

Certificate

The Undergraduate Certificate in Data and Environmental Management will provide you with an understanding of data science, and how data can be used to inform decisions when managing environmental factors and issues.

Performance Indicators

80.5%
Overall satisfacation
80.5%
Skill scale
69.4%
Teaching scale
76.6%
Employed full-time
$68.9k
Average salary

Videos


Postgraduate business induction courses: The UTAS Difference

Masters student Rachel Chong and Mark Wilsden of Museum of Old and New Art discuss how the business induction course offered to postgraduate business students at the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics makes students more work ready.

Studying Postgraduate Business, Management, Accounting and Finance: The UTAS Difference

Small classes, practical skills and a professional induction program are just some of the features which make the masters degrees at the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics standout from other universities.

A destination and lifestyle choice: to teach and make a difference

" I haven't had a typical pathway into teaching. I've had long careers in digital space as a manager, and also in the building industry before that. For me, it was coming to teaching, to give something a little but back to students, hopefully." 

Postgraduate business induction courses: The UTAS Difference

Masters student Rachel Chong and Mark Wilsden of Museum of Old and New Art discuss how the business induction course offered to postgraduate business students at the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics makes students more work ready.

Studying Postgraduate Business, Management, Accounting and Finance: The UTAS Difference

Small classes, practical skills and a professional induction program are just some of the features which make the masters degrees at the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics standout from other universities.

A destination and lifestyle choice: to teach and make a difference

" I haven't had a typical pathway into teaching. I've had long careers in digital space as a manager, and also in the building industry before that. For me, it was coming to teaching, to give something a little but back to students, hopefully."