The application process for undergraduate study varies depending on what type of applicant you are.
Please note that there is no mid-year intake into undergraduate courses.
Firstly, check that you are eligible for admission by viewing the undergraduate admission requirements.
You will then need to apply online through the University Admissions Centre (opens an external site) (UAC).
High school student
Your ATAR will determine your eligibility for entry into an undergraduate course. Search the ATAR cut-offs to get an indication of the ATAR for a course.
Non-current school leaver
If you are not completing Year 12 at school or TAFE, you are a non-current school leaver and must meet the eligibility criteria for entry into a UTS course.
You are strongly advised to submit a personal statement to UTS. Entry into courses is competitive and will be based on your responses and eligibility.
Courses that accept personal statements include:
- Bachelor of Nursing (including combined courses with International Studies or Creative Intelligence and Innovation)
- Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science (including combined courses with International Studies or Creative Intelligence and Innovation)
- Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Management (including combined course with International Studies)
Applications for Undergraduate honours must be submitted directly to UTS and include the following:
- a supplementary form (docx, 54kB) with the agreement of a supervisor from the Faculty to supervise the project
- research proposal outlining the project you wish to undertake for the degree (this should be undertaken in consultation with your potential supervisor)
- personal statement
You must apply through UTS International if you:
- are not an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or
- are not an Australian permanent resident, and
- are not completing Year 12 at an Australian high school or TAFE
Please be aware that the Bachelor of Midwifery is not available to international students.
Alternative entry pathways
UTS: Health encourages applications from indigenous students and students who can demonstrate disrupted education.
Other alternative entry pathways for all students include:
You are required to wear the official UTS: Health uniform when on clinical practice placements.
The Uniform includes:
- UTS purple polo shirt
- black pants, or knee length black skirt (not leggings or active wear)
- appropriate footwear
- student ID card
- UTS name badge
UTS polo shirts can be purchased online or in-store from Activate UTS for $39.95. Online purchases can be collected from the University or delivered to a nominated address for $15.00.
ID card holder
All nursing and midwifery students are required to have an ID card holder for clinical practice placements. These can be purchased online or in-store at the Co-op bookshop for approximately $5.
Nursing students are required to have instruments for clinical practice placements. The nursing equipment pack can be purchased for approximately $80. Students will be informed of equipment requirements in their first class.
Textbook costs will vary according to the reading requirements for each subject. The approximate cost of textbooks per year is $460. However, you can always check out the UTS Library or UTS seconds bookshop to get some good bargains. GST rebates and Coop bookshop discounts apply to book purchases.
Applications for the 2018 intake open in September 2017.
Applying online through Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) is quick and easy as UAC is able to source transcripts for tertiary study completed in Australia and can also verify your clinical registration if it is required for the degree you are applying for. UAC offers year-round admissions. This means that you can apply for study from September 2017 until August 2018 in a single application.
Applications can also be made in person at an information evening.
If you are not an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident you need to apply through UTS International.
The following courses have a mid-year intake:
Master of Advanced Nursing
Graduate Diploma in Advanced Nursing
Graduate Certificate in Advanced Nursing
Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing
Graduate Certificate in Paediatric Nursing
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Teaching
Graduate Certificate in Acute Care Nursing
How to apply
- Identify your proposed area of research, and potential supervisor/s. Future research students are encouraged to view the Faculty's:
- Make an enquiry to UTS: Health. This helps us to connect you to a supervisor and start your application process.
- The Faculty’s research team will help guide you through this step.
Domestic students should follow the research degree application process outlined by the Graduate Research School.
International students should visit UTS: International for comprehensive information on the application process, fees and English language requirements.
More information about how a research degree works.
Applicants must submit a supplementary form (docx, 58kB) with the agreement of a supervisor from the Faculty to supervise the project.
How to develop your research proposal
You will need to submit a research proposal, outlining the project you wish to undertake for your degree. This should be undertaken in consultation with your potential supervisor and included along with your application.
Health research proposal guidelines (PDF, 130kB).