UTS site search

What do I need to know?

Study pathway options

UTS Business School offers a variety options for entry into our courses and programs.

Undergraduate programs

Cadetship

Applicants who have received a cadetship may receive five (5) bonus points, conditional on being made an offer to the following courses: 
 
  • Bachelor of Business (UAC codes 601030; 601035)
  • Bachelor of Economics (UAC code 601090)
  • Bachelor of Management (UAC code 601065, 601068; 601070; 601072)  
 
Applicants must send the following:
 
  • A certified copy of the cadetship official letter of offer  (please do not send the full contract of employment); and
  • UAC Reference Number; and
  • Your email address; and
  • Your mailing address
 
To: 

Office of the Associate Dean (Education) 
UTS Business School 
University of Technology Sydney 
PO Box 123 
Broadway NSW 2007

Alternatively, you may send the above information via email to: Erick.Opena@uts.edu.au.

Due date is on or before Friday 24 November, 2017.

 

UTS:Alternative entry

UTS offer alternate pathways for entry into undergraduate study.

Offshore program in China

 UTS Business School in a joint collaboration with Shanghai University offer the Bachelor of Business in Shanghai.

Location Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
Course Bachelor of Business
Course Code C10226
Course Duration 4 years
Fee Statement Further information on the course, including fees is available from Shanghai University.

The aim of the Bachelor of Business course is to provide graduates with a foundation of knowledge, competencies and values necessary for a fulfilling and effective career in business and the related professions.

Contact Details

Shanghai University 
99 Shangda Road 
Boashan 200436 
P R China
Email: info@yc.shu.edu.cn

 

Postgraduate programs

UTS Business School offers the option of entry into postgraduate study without a prior degree. Students with at least 8 years work experience in a career capacity can apply to enter a postgraduate program, via a Graduate Certificate. Graduate Certificates are available for all of our postgraduate programs, except Quantitative Finance.

Graduate Certificates comprise four of the core subjects in the Graduate Diplomas and Masters degrees into which the Graduate Certificates articulate. Students without a prior degree must complete the Graduate Certificate with at least a Credit Average in order to articulate into the Graduate Diploma or Masters Degree. Please note that admission requirements vary from program to program, refer to details on the course page under "Admission Requirements".