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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

  • UTS understands that university life can sometimes prove challenging. For that reason, UTS provides support to new and current students in many forms.

  • We value our strong relationships with industry and continue to foster these to the benefit of our teaching and research.

  • A career in IT is exciting and challenging, offering you opportunities to make a difference to society, in a dynamic fast-paced industry.

  • IT students study in the Sulman Award winning, Building 10, which provides purpose built computer labs and study spaces for all IT students.

  • IT Undergraduate Credit Recognition

    If you have completed a Diploma or Advanced Diploma from TAFE NSW or Insearch you may be eligible for credit recognition into one of our undergrad courses.

  • UTS: Information Technology undergraduate courses are continually being updated to keep pace with the fast moving IT industry. They are current, relevant and consistently the leading programs of their kind.

Domestic students

How to apply

This course is only available to international students. Domestic applicants should refer to the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Diploma in Information Technology Professional Practice (C10345).

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Scholarships, prizes and awards

Scholarships

For Bachelor of Science in Information Technology students

For Information Technology students

Only for international students

For all domestic students

Only for Aboriginal Australian or Torres Strait Islander students

Prizes and awards

For Information Technology students

International students

Before you apply

Here are a few important things for you to check out before you apply:

You can meet an international student advisor at one of our events worldwide to ask questions and submit an application.

How to apply

International applicants can apply to study through UTS International.

International applicants who are currently doing:

  • an Australian Year 12 qualification in or outside Australia
  • an International Baccalaureate, or
  • a New Zealand National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) Level 3

can apply through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) (opens external site).

Intake

Autumn session 2020 intake for year 12 international students.
Spring session 2020 intake for year 12 international students.

Apply online

Download an application form

Important dates

JANUARY 2019
6
11
21
25
FEBRUARY 2019
3
7
8
10
14
18 February - 8 March
18 - 22
25
MARCH 2019
11
APRIL 2019
3
10
30
MAY 2019
31
JULY 2019
22 - 26
22
29
TBC
TBC
AUGUST 2019
23
OCTOBER 2019
18
NOVEMBER 2019
8
18
18 - 22
30
DECEMBER 2019
11
TBC
15
TBC

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Scholarships, prizes and awards

Scholarships

For Bachelor of Science in Information Technology students

For Information Technology students

Only for international students

For all domestic students

Only for Aboriginal Australian or Torres Strait Islander students

Prizes and awards

For Information Technology students