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We offer a range of programs that allow you to complete one or two semesters at UTS, and receive an official academic transcript that will be credited towards your degree.
You may be able to apply for a scholarship from your home government to cover your study abroad tuition. Some governments also provide options for students to apply for financial aid and loans to cover your living and tuition.
Study Abroad programs are open to students from any recognised university or college. Exchange programs are only available to eligible students who are enrolled at and nominated by an official UTS Exchange partner institution.
You can choose from a range of disciplines or tailor a cross-disciplinary study program to fit your interests, develop a specialisation, or gain a unique insight into Australian culture. The UTS Handbook provides comprehensive information on approved subjects that you can take. You can read more information on some of our most popular subject options (below in Downloads section):
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Study Abroad and Exchange team contact details
Phone: +61 2 9514 7915
Fax: +61 2 9514 7843
Drop in time: 10 – 11am and 2 – 3pm, Monday to Friday, UTS International, Level 3A, Tower Building
This program is open to graduate level research students, to undertake supervised research at UTS. As a visiting research student with a suitable academic background, you can seek supervision and have access to Research Dissertation subjects across UTS’s research areas. You may study for one or two semesters if academic supervision is available in your area of research at UTS. You will not receive a UTS award or be paid, but will receive an official Academic Transcript.
The Australian Language and Culture Studies program offered by the UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences requires an English Language proficiency level of IELTS 5.0 - 6.0 or equivalent and provides students with 24 units of credit. It allows you to complete full-time studies for one or two semesters, while developing your English language skills through the study of Australian language and culture.
You can study subjects in the program for one semester, and then take an IELTS or TOEFL test. Upon meeting the UTS English entry requirements, the Study Abroad and Exchange Team can help you enrol in UTS faculty subjects for the second semester.
If you are a current student thinking of studying overseas, visit the Global Exchange website.