Whether you are coming to UTS as a Study Abroad or Exchange student, you can choose from most disciplines across UTS and tailor a cross-disciplinary study program designed to meet your interests, help you develop a specialisation, or gain a unique insight into Australian culture.
You can search the UTS Handbook for all subjects and majors (there are many to choose from!), or start smaller by using our Study Abroad and Exchange Subject Guides below. These guides focus on key study areas and are an easy way to locate our more popular subjects before you launch into the additional options in the UTS Handbook.
Study Abroad and Exchange Subject Guides
Download our helpful Study Abroad and Exchange Subject Guides to understand our most popular subject options within each key study area:
- Arts and Social Sciences
- Communication (PDF, 115kB) - includes non-traditional communications subjects such as Sports Media; Digital Information Management; Social and Political Sciences; Music and Sound Design; to highlight a few.
- Education (PDF, 90kB)
- International Studies (PDF, 94kB) - covers International and Global Studies with topics such as Globalisation, Global Economy and Global Governance, language and cultural studies.
- Business (PDF, 108kB)
- Design, Architecture and Building (DAB) (PDF, 261kB)
- Electives (PDF, 157kB)
- Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT)
- Sport and Exercise Science and Management (PDF, 96kB)
- Science (PDF, 100kB)
- Transdisciplinary and Innovation (PDF, 71kB)
Note: The Study Abroad and Exchange Subject Guides are an easy way to find information on subjects; however, you will need to refer to the UTS Handbook for more detailed information. To confirm the session availability of subjects, we recommend you also review the subject entry in the UTS Timetable Planner. Step-by-step instructions for how to do this can be found in the Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Subjects as a Study Abroad and Exchange Student (PDF, 3MB).
Tips for selecting subjects
- How can I find subjects at UTS?
The Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Subjects as a Study Abroad and Exchange Student (PDF, 3MB) shows you how to use the UTS Handbook which provides comprehensive information on UTS subjects. You can use these detailed to get study approvals from your home university. The Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Subjects as a Study Abroad and Exchange Student (PDF, 3MB) also shows you how to use the UTS Timetable Planner.
- Is the subject undergraduate or postgraduate?
Undergraduate subjects (Bachelor's degree level) and postgraduate subjects (Master's degree level) are available to Study Abroad and Exchange students. If you have not completed the equivalent of an Australian Bachelor's degree (e.g. 180 ECTS), you will not be able to undertake postgraduate subjects.
- What if the subjects have prerequisites?
If a subject has prerequisites, you must demonstrate that you have the required knowledge to take the subject based on previous studies. You will need to supply detailed subject outlines (in English) of the subjects you have already completed at your home institution.
- Will the subject be credited to my degree?
When selecting subjects, it is important to keep in mind how you will use them for credit at your home institution. Always check with your home institution's Study Abroad or Exchange academic adviser regarding the suitability of your subject selections.
- Is the subject offered during the right teaching session for me?
You can check when subjects are available by referring to the UTS timetable. Some subjects are offered only in Autumn session or Spring session, but not in both. Details of subjects are available in the UTS Handbook. The Step-by-Step Guide to Finding Subjects as a Study Abroad and Exchange Student (PDF, 3MB) shows you how to use the UTS Timetable Planner.
If you need assistance with choosing your subjects, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org