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Student information

Applying for uni can be a bit of a confusing process, so we’ve simplified it for you. This page contains all the key info you’ll need to start your UTS application.

How to apply

International coursework students (undergraduate and postgraduate) should apply via UTS International.

Fees and payments

Course fees vary depending on your level of study (undergraduate or postgraduate) and your student type (domestic or international). Find out more about what you’ll pay on the UTS Fees website.

Course guides

This website contains the most up-to-date information on School of Education courses. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Download one of our course guides for more information:

Undergraduate digital course guide (online)

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Browse the Education digital course guide

Course guides for print or online viewing

(PDF, 4.3MB)

UTS Education Postgraduate course guide

(PDF, 1.8MB)

UTS Higher Degree Research Course Guide

(PDF, 1.9MB)

Scholarships and prizes

At UTS we’re here to help you succeed. One way we do this is by providing a range of scholarships and prizes to support you in your studies. Search available scholarships and prizes using the links below:

Credit recognition

Have you undertaken previous study? You may be eligible for credit recognition. Visit our Credit recognition page for more information.

Opportunities beyond the classroom

We get it, there’s life beyond our campus. Here’s what we can offer:

Study or volunteer overseas

In-country Study: Itchy feet? Combine your degree with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and spend a year living and studying overseas. Choose from one of 14 partner universities based on your academic and cultural interests — and your wanderlust!

International Intensive Electives: Make a flying visit with an International Intensive Elective. You can add these short programs to any UTS degree, gaining credit for spending 3–4 weeks overseas.

Other opportunities include:

Student life

Studying is important, but a great university experience is also about being part of a social and supportive community outside the classroom. As a UTS student, you’ll study and socialise in a stimulating urban environment with a vibrant café culture, access to an onsite gym and ultra-modern spaces. Pursue new or existing interests by joining one of our many clubs and societies, or make the most of your time the heart of one of the world’s great cities. Whatever your interest UTS offers a wide variety of opportunities to get involved with campus life.

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