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University of Tasmania

  • 17% international / 83% domestic

About University of Tasmania

Your university years are not just about study, let’s be honest. You need a balance between hard work and plenty of play. And Tasmania is the perfect playground. Being an island, it is surrounded by waterways. Think yachts, kayaking, swimming and surfing.

They have more reserved wilderness than any other place on the planet – and it’s right on the doorstep of the cities. Hiking, mountain biking, climbing and camping are an easy afternoon or weekend activity. And it has animals that simply don’t exist anywhere else in the world. This place is pristine and quite simply, beautiful.

But if the city is more your style, Tasmania has you covered. The food, art and culture scene is a hot topic in tourism mags across the globe. For good reason. They have award winning festivals year round, stunning streetscapes, and a café culture that never stops.

The best thing is, the close proximity of the Uni to Tasmania’s numerous drawcards allows more time for you to get amongst it. And it got the cleanest air in the world… perfect for blowing away the cobwebs from a big night (on the text books).

Applying for postgraduate study

Entry requirements vary from course to course, but are often based on previous study or work experience, or a combination of both. Specific examples of additional requirements can include a CV showing their work experience, and letters of reference from line managers or similar to confirm the work experience meets the minimum level for entry.

Campuses

Cradle Coast

Darlinghurst - Sydney

Cradle Coast

Darlinghurst - Sydney

Courses

Featured Courses

Non-Award

Foundation Studies programs are a direct academic pathway to first-year undergraduate degree study, or equivalent.

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.

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.

Performance Indicators

81%
Overall satisfacation
77.5%
Skill scale
64.9%
Teaching scale
94%
Employed full-time
$87.7k
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."