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There are lots of reasons to study at university. A university degree challenges you to learn, helps you build great professional networks, and gives you the chance to make lifelong friends.
Having a degree will also enhance your employment and salary prospects:
· Nearly 70% of bachelor degree graduates find work within 4 months of graduating*.
· The average starting salary for bachelor degree graduates is $54,000*.
Graduates of a technology uni like UTS gain also a lifetime income advantage**.
*GCA GradStats Survey, 2015
**Grattan HILDA Study, 2015
Make it Real Summer School
An intensive two-week summer school for Year 10 students in subject areas such as film-making, robotics, design, health and science investigation. Summer School aims to boost enthusiasm for HSC study and beyond, demystify university, build interpersonal skills and raise personal aspirations. Summer School is available for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students across NSW.
www.equity.uts.edu.au/outreach/summer (Links to external site)
The UTS U@Uni Schools Outreach program is a key component of the UTS Widening Participation Strategy which provides a whole-of-university approach to increase the number of students from under-represented communities successfully completing university study.
The program includes offering an integrated suite of programs for high school students that aims to:
- build aspiration for tertiary study
- support academic attainment
- widen participation in higher education
For more information visit the UTS Equity and Diversity Unit.
Year 10 - 12 students are invited to visit our city campus and take part in a range of workshops and info sessions from across our different course areas. Students can cater the day to their interests choosing to take part in a single workshop or a full day of activities. This event is open to all NSW high school students and will be held on 7th July 2016.
Experience UTS Day for more information.