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Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science

  • The earlier you consider physiotherapy as a potential career path, the easier it will be to structure your electives accordingly.

  • Internships allow students to gain practical experience in a professional environment and are a great opportunity to develop industry contacts.

  • Pathway to PDHPE teaching

    Explore additional courses in PDHPE focussed on equipping you with the skills to build a rewarding career in the sports industry.

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  • "It was always my career goal to work for the AFL and I was able to achieve this through my studies at UTS."

  • UTS offers a wide range of free support services to help you get the most out of university.

Domestic students

Before you apply

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

How to apply

Domestic students can apply:

UAC code(s): 606020 (Autumn session), 606021 (Autumn session)

Make a note of the relevant UAC code before starting your UAC application.

Intake

Autumn session 2019 intake for local and year 12 international students.

Important dates

JULY 2018
23
23 - 27
30
AUGUST 2018
25
FEBRUARY 2019
18 - 22
18 February - 8 March
25
MARCH 2019
11
APRIL 2019
10
22 - 28
JUNE 2019
7
10 - 14
15 - 29

Need more information?

Ask UTS

Scholarships, prizes and awards

Scholarships

For Health students

Only for international students

For all domestic students

Only for Aboriginal Australian or Torres Strait Islander students

Prizes and awards

For Health 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 students apply to study at UTS through UTS International.

International students who are doing:

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

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

Intake

Autumn session 2019 intake for local and year 12 international students.

Apply online

Download an application form

Important dates

NOVEMBER 2018
30
DECEMBER 2018
15
FEBRUARY 2019
18 - 22
18 February - 8 March
25
MARCH 2019
11
APRIL 2019
10
22 - 28
JUNE 2019
7
10 - 14
15 - 29

Need more information?

Ask a question

Scholarships, prizes and awards

Scholarships

For Health students

Only for international students

For all domestic students

Only for Aboriginal Australian or Torres Strait Islander students

Prizes and awards

For Health students