If you have completed a degree or relevant work experience and want to do further study, UTS has a wide range of postgraduate courses to extend your knowledge and advance your career.
Postgraduate qualifications from UTS are highly respected. Some people invest in further study because it is required for career progression. Others have reached their preferred level but similarly want to increase their depth of knowledge and experience so they can take on work that is more challenging, stimulating and ultimately, rewarding.
Join us at the top
Our world-leading status is reflected in our rankings, most notably in our nursing and midwifery disciplines, ranked 1st in Australia and 10th in the world* and sport and exercise science, ranked 4th in Australia*.
We have active partnerships with global health leaders like the World Health Organization, John Hopkins University and King's College, London.
Learn from the best
Be taught by internationally recognised health experts and researchers, who improve practice and inform policy in the real world and then inject that back into our curriculum.
We leverage our industry partnerships to remain agile; in the past eight years, NSW business leaders and government have recognised UTS as Sydney’s most industry-focused university^. Combined with experts in the classroom, you’ll become a change agent, and future leader in health.
Flexibility? You've got it.
We know that postgraduate students have busy lives, which is why we're doing everything we can to make your studies flexible.
Some of our postgraduate courses are offered completely online, while others are a blend of online and face-to-face learning. Either way you'll be supported by our academic leaders and student services, who really want to see you succeed. And when you are on campus, you’ll be studying in the heart of Sydney.
When you're enrolled in a Master's program with nested options, you'll have the choice of a range of entry and exit options - you can complete subjects in the required order and exit after four subjects with a Graduate Certificate in your chosen specialty, or exit after eight subjects with a Graduate Diploma. Conversely, you can upgrade your Graduate Certificate to a Graduate Diploma or Master's by completing additional subjects (not available in all programs). This can be a quick progression, rolling up from one to another, or after a period of absence, so you can start and finish to suit yourself.
* QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019
^AMR RepTrak Survey 2017