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The University of Tasmania is one of the most unique study destinations in the world, and one that is rising fast in international rankings.
UP Education partners with the university to deliver a range of bridging programs to enable international students to pathway from their home country into an undergraduate degree.
University of Tasmania International Pathway College is where these programs are delivered and is based at the Sandy Bay Campus in Hobart, Tasmania.
*2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities
^League of Scholars 2018
**2015 Australian Awards for University Teaching
^^QS Top Universities
+2015 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
From Tasmania’s vibrant cities to the stillness of its World Heritage-listed wilderness, this incredible island is a place of contrasts – and the University of Tasmania embraces its character in everything it does.
The island itself is a living laboratory, giving the university excellent course strengths in the natural and social sciences. Being the gateway to the Southern Ocean gives the university unique study offerings in marine, climate, Antarctic and ocean science and a broad range of maritime studies. The university is also passionate about the arts, and Tasmania is now known around the world as the centre for contemporary art.
Life as a University of Tasmania student in Tasmania’s capital city Hobart means you have access to a huge range of courses on campus and lots of amazing experiences off campus.
You will have a fun and vibrant lifestyle enjoying the arts, festivals, sports and shopping. You will have great access to amazing natural environments like Kunanyi/Mount Wellington and Mount Field National Park that you can explore during your studies with field trips and hands-on learning, and on the weekends when you’re relaxing.
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The University of Tasmania’s Sandy Bay Campus is set on 100 hectares in the beachside suburb of Sandy Bay, just five minutes’ drive south of the city centre.
The Sandy Bay campus shares close links with other city-based satellite campuses. Student services on campus include banking, computer services, doctor’s, gym, library, post office and the Student Services & Information Centre.
The wellbeing of our students is our top priority. We understand that to study successfully, students must be comfortable in their study and living environments. To help with the settling-in process, we provide:
To ensure all students have the opportunity to study at the International Pathway College, we are offering the following scholarships to for courses commencing in 2020:
Once enrolled at the University, all students are eligible for a 10% scholarship for each year of university study – scholarships are awarded to all students achieving the required pass mark to progress to their chosen university program.
Students who achieve excellent results in their International Pathway College course qualify for the Tasmania International Scholarship (covering 25% of tuition fees for each year of university study). Requirements are:
To help international students feel settled in Hobart, we encourage living with a local homestay family. Available to students of any age or study level, homestay is the opportunity to get an authentic local experience with a Tasmanian family and practise your English skills every day.
International students who are under 18 at the commencement of their course must have their accommodation arrangements approved.
Be part of a vibrant student community and enjoy the convenience of student accommodation. Choose between five on-campus accommodation options at Sandy Bay campus.
A common option for international students over 18 years of age, renting a flat or house is one of easiest and most convenient types of accommodation. Students can rent a room, their own flat, or rent a house together with other students, known in Australia as ‘housemates’.
For more information on accommodation options, visit utas.edu.au/student-living/future-residents/options/Hobart/on-campus
Information about the cost of living in Tasmania can be found on the University of Tasmania Website
International students studying in Australia on a student visa are protected under the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000. The Act sets out the legal framework for the delivery of quality education by setting standards.
The education providers and the courses they offer to international students must be registered with the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). You can check this using the government’s CRICOS course and institution search.