Study abroad at the University of Tasmania
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) was founded in 1890, making it the fourth oldest university in Australia. It’s a public research institution that offers more than 100 undergraduate and 150 postgraduate programs. These include degrees in law, medicine, business, IT, arts, education and science, as well as niche programs like marine and Antarctic science, maritime engineering, food safety, rural and polar health, and environmental law and governance.
The University is located in Tasmania, and has two main campuses, one in Hobart, and the other in Launceston. The Sandy Bay campus in Hobart is close to shops, transport, accommodation, entertainment and services. The Newnham campus in Launceston overlooks the Tamar River and is home to the Australian Maritime College, Australia's national center for maritime education and training.
There is a wide range of accommodation options on and off-campus, including university and private accommodation. Both campuses have several residences you can stay in, and all include basic amenities and shared facilities.
Why study at UTAS?
- Globally ranked
UTAS is in the top 300 universities in the world (QS World University Rankings 2019)
- Quality teaching
The University has more teaching awards than any other Australian university
Life as an international student
UTAS is committed to providing a welcoming environment for its nearly 9,000 international students.
When you start at UTAS, you’ll take part in an orientation week designed to help you get to know the University. On your first day of orientation you will meet the Study Abroad and Exchange coordinator for an introductory session where you’ll receive important information and be able to ask any questions you may have.
During the rest of orientation week you will receive guidance and relevant information about making the most of your time at UTAS, including the chance to become a member of one of the more than 70 clubs and societies and the opportunity to meet other students.
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Fees and funding
All international students who submit an International Student Application to study in an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework degree at the University of Tasmania will be automatically assessed for the TIS Scholarship by the Admissions Team. If you are successful, this will be outlined in your UTAS Offer.
UG/PG by Coursework - Tasmanian International Scholarship (TIS)
25% of tuition for the duration of the course
subject to student maintaining the grades. Students are automatically assessed for the scholarship during application.
Dean of COSE (College of science and Engineering) Scholarship
50% of tuition fees for Graduate programs
(Immediately assess through application) If not, TIS will be automatically applied.
Study Tasmanian Colombian Scholarship:
AUD$10,000 for Colombian students
- Application Window
Early May to 30 June 2021.
Colombian students who apply to a full-time offer for an onshore postgraduate coursework degree
International Women in Maritime Engineering Scholarship
UG students will receive one payment of $4,000 each semester ($8,000 in total), to be used towards educational costs. PG students will receive one payment of $4,000.
For international female students who apply to study in the Bachelor of Maritime Engineering (Specialisation) (Honours) for 2021
Women in Seafaring Scholarship
one payment of $6,000 in the first semester and one payment of $4,000 in the second semester of study, to be used towards educational costs.
For international female students commencing their first year of studies with the AMC, in Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Engineering) or Bachelor of Applied Science (Nautical Science)
University of Tasmania
Churchill Ave, Hobart TAS 7005, Australia
The University of Tasmania's main campus sits between Mount Wellington and the Derwent River and is partially fringed by natural bushland, but is also located within a busy urban community.
Visa requirements for the University of Tasmania
Many international students will require a visa to study in Australia, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.Australia student visa requirements