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Information for Indigenous Australians
The Jumbunna Indigenous Institute for Indigenous Education and Research supports the academic, social, cultural and emotional well being of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at UTS. Our vision is to create a place where all Indigenous Australians can access education and be supported to succeed.
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Our students are the heart of Jumbunna. When you study with us, you’ll become part of the Jumbunna family. Our team will support you through every step of your UTS journey, from application to graduation.

Jumbunna provides services for:

  • high school students who are thinking about university
  • pathway students who are seeking alternative entry to UTS
  • Indigenous students currently studying at UTS

Our Indigenous commitment

At Jumbunna, we are committed to raising the status of Indigenous people at UTS and driving UTS’s commitment to Indigenous issues, education and employment outcomes. UTS and Jumbunna recognise the Gadigal people of the Eora nation as the Traditional Owners and holders of knowledge of the places where our campus stands. We acknowledge elders both past and present and recognise the contribution that Indigenous people make to the academic and cultural life of the university.

There are many pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to study at UTS. We're here to help you find one that's right for you.

Discover more about the support services and dynamic facilities available to UTS Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

Indigenous students at UTS

Galuwa Experience

Galuwa Experience is a fantastic chance for young Indigenous high school students to discover the opportunities a degree in engineering or IT can provide.
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Nanga Mai

Nanga Mai means 'to dream' in Gadigal, and that's what we want Indigenous students to do, get a taste of what uni is like, and dream big about their future.
Bugs! Everyone loves books about bugs

Indigenous Literacy Day

This year an acclaimed writer will join our program of events and Sydney Story Factory will join us again when Year 5 & 6 students become authors.
Nanga Mai Parents and Community
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Nanga Mai parents and community day

Parents, caregivers, community members and anyone who cares for Indigenous youth to come to UTS and be part of the journey.
Jumbunna Pathways Program

Entry to UTS for Indigenous Australians

At Jumbunna, an ATAR isn’t the be all and end all. Whether you're a current school leaver or mature aged, all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can apply for Jumbunna Pathways Program at UTS.
Jumbunna Unistart

An alternative pathway to UTS

Unistart is a program designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to explore academic life with a view to gaining entry into a university degree. Unistart will ease you into campus life and give you a realistic taste of what uni is all about.
Mid Year Intake

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Apply now for undergraduate or postgraduate courses. 

Would you like to study at UTS in 2018?

Applications for the 2018 admissions cycle will open from August 2017.

Find out about Jumbunna's direct entry program

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Jumbunna Research

Jumbunna Research - Strengthening Indigneous Communities aims to produce the highest quality research on Indigenous legal and policy issues and to develop highly skilled Indigenous researchers.

To find out more visit our research strength.

Contact Jumbunna

Contact Jumbunna staff to talk about courses, support needs, scholarships, research opportunities or anything else about life at UTS.

We are located on Level 6 of the Tower Building. 

Our office hours are 9.00am-5.00pm, Monday to Friday.

Call us on 1800 064 312 or Email atsirecruitment@uts.edu.au

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