The ranking below for University of Tasmania is from the 2018 edition of The Good Universities Guide. Please visit University of Tasmania Rankings 2019 to view their latest ratings.
The 2018 edition of The Good Universities Guide reveals that University of Tasmania is creating more opportunities for more students than most universities in Australia. One quarter of UTas students come from low socio-economic backgrounds, higher than most and more than any of the Group of Eight universities. 84 per cent of UTas students are non-school leavers, the third highest proportion of any university nationally, suggesting that pathway and preparatory programs at UTas are strong.
The majority of University of Tasmania students reported satisfaction with all six key measures of student experience at UTas. University of Tasmania also performed above the national average for Teaching Quality, (82.4 per cent vs 81.5 per cent) and Starting Salary, ($59,000 vs $56,000).
In the pharmacy field of study, Tasmania is the best in Australia for Skills Development along with its perfect Full-Time Employment rate. Additionally, their Starting Salary for health services and support is the highest in the country.
Five-star field of study highlights
Graduates from the University of Tasmania rated their Starting Salary in the top 20 percent of Australia in three fields of study — health services and support, humanities, culture and social sciences, and pharmacy. Pharmacy and communications are Tasmania's strongest fields, with three five-star rated measures in each.
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