Information for undergraduate students
Undergraduate course information for high school students and non-current school leavers.

Whether you’re moving from high school straight into uni, have taken some time off since you completed year 12, or are over 20 years of age and planning to study at uni for the first time, you'll find all the undergraduate information you need right here.

Thinking about undergraduate study and want to get your head around what you need to know? Get key information on financial considerations, scholarships and the various educational access schemes.

UTS is about more than just study - learn about the practical nature of our courses, international opportunities, student life and support programs.

If you are currently studying at school, completing year 12 at TAFE, you will apply to uni as a current school leaver. Get key information about studying an undergraduate degree at UTS.

If you are not completing year 12 at school or TAFE, and / or have been previously enrolled in tertiary education, you are a non-current school leaver. Read this key information about studying an undergraduate degree at UTS.

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