At the University of Tasmania students study at a quality institution in one of the most beautiful locations in the world. Founded in 1890, we are the fourth oldest university in Australia, and our institution is classed within the top two per cent of universities worldwide.
The University offers more than 100 undergraduate degrees and more than 150 postgraduate programs across a wide range of disciplines. Many of our programs are accredited and professionally recognised by industry and professional bodies in Australia and abroad.
We are highly regarded internationally for our teaching and academic excellence, and our lecturers and tutors have the opportunity to engage with students one-on-one and offer personalised advice and guidance. Our diverse range of courses, student exchanges and learning experiences offer students a uniquely engaging educational experience, while giving them excellent preparation for their future careers.
The University of Tasmania campuses in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie offer students a focused and engaged learning environment with excellent facilities. Beyond our campuses, the University community is strengthened by a network of more than 100,000 alumni spanning more than 120 countries.
Tasmania is an affordable place to live, with a stunning natural environment and a friendly and welcoming community. For students looking for an exceptional, personalised university experience that will shape their future success, there is no better place to study.
Provider CRICOS: 00586B (TAS); 03058B (NSW)
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Entry requirements for University of Tasmania
Tasmanian school leavers wishing to apply to the University of Tasmania must have met the following criteria: completed at least two years of post-Year 10 study; and satisfactorily completed a minimum of four pre-tertiary C subjects identified for university entry in Tasmania, three of which must be studies in Year 12; and satisfied the prerequisite and minimum score requirements for the specific course wishing to be studied.
In the majority of cases students will have their Tertiary Entrance Rank (TER) based on their top five (5) pre-tertiary C subjects studied over two years. A minimum of three (3) subjects must be studied in Year 12 to be counted in the score, with the other two subjects being taken from either Years 11 or 12. par Interstate school leavers will be considered eligible for selection if they have met the necessary course prerequisites and have qualified for admission to a higher education institution in their home state. Their tertiary entrance ranking (ENTER, TER or equivalent) is equivalent to Tasmania's TER.
Non-school leaver applicants can apply for admission on the basis of previous tertiary study (complete or partially complete), TAFE qualifications, mature age or previous work experience, professional qualifications, special entry or Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander admission. Applicants in these categories will be considered on the basis of their application and supporting documentation. However, in some instances the prerequisites for courses will still need to be met.
Transfering your previous study credits
Applications for credit are assessed individually based on the supporting documentation provided.
External study opportunities
There are a limited number of units that may be studied externally.