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Our friendly student centre staff are a great resource - you can give them a call on 1300 275 887 or ask your question online.
If you want to check out our facilties or find out more from an academic member of staff we have a wide range of course brochures, info packs and on-campus events to help inform your decision to study.
UTS Open Day
Speak with current students, academics and staff before close of main-round preferences.
- Saturday 29 August 2015, 9am - 4pm | More info
Discover Health sessions
There's more to modern nursing and midwifery than meets the eye. Come along to one of our interactive workshops and Discover Nursing or Midwifery @ UTS. Parents, partners and friends are more than welcome to join you. Anyone considering a career in nursing will benefit from attending the session - whether you're in high school, TAFE, working as an AIN or EN or looking to embark on a change in career.
See the 2015 Discover Nursing and Discover Midwifery.
|Undergraduate Digital Guide Undergraduate course guide (PDF, 3.4MB)|
Bachelor of Nursing, enrolled nurses guide (PDF, 1.7MB)
Open up new career opportunities with a practice-based, industry backed qualification from UTS.
Our postgrad info sessions are designed to provide you with an insight into what it's like to study at UTS and your course of choice. Course coordinators will be there to answer your questions and you can apply direct to UTS and free of charge on the night for most courses.
- Nursing, Midwifery, Public Health and Primary Health Care postgraduate info evening
Wednesday 30 September 2015, 5:30pm | Register now
Receive information on postgraduate study and specific details on courses that interest you.
Nursing & Midwifery Postgraduate course guide (PDF, 1.8MB)
|Health Services Management Postgraduate course guide (PDF, 3.6MB)||Primary Health Care Postgraduate course guide (PDF, 3.5MB)|
Become a leader in your field with a research degree from UTS. Our Bachelor (Hons), Masters (Hons) and PhD programs give you the opportunity to create knowledge that has a positive impact on health care delivery.
With three research centres and growing international collaborations in North America and Europe (including those with UCLA, Johns Hopkins and Kings College, London), UTS can help you perform cutting edge research that has real influence on the health practices of global communities.
- Research information evening
Wednesday 5 August, 5 - 7 pm
UTS: Health hosts a series of seminars and master classes led by world experts in health.
Research course guide (PDF, 2.1MB)