Non-award study refers to enrolment in subjects which do not count towards a formal award course at UTS. Non-award study may be undertaken out of personal interest, or to upgrade skills or knowledge in a specific area.
Non-award students are not eligible to access any of the government loan schemes.
Non-award study is only available to Australian or New Zealand citizens, or Australian permanent residents.
Cross-institutional study refers to enrolment in subjects for credit towards an award course at another Australian University in which the student is enrolled.
Cross-institutional students may be eligible for HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP depending on whether they have a CSP or DFEE place and providing they meet the citizenship and residency requirements. Applicants to UTS will be required to submit (with their application):
- home institution's written confirmation that the subject(s) applied for will be credited towards their degree
- evidence of their current fee status at their home institution (CSP or Domestic Fee Paying)
How to apply
Applicants must complete either:
Application forms are also available from UTS Student Centres.
The following closing dates apply for 2018:
- Autumn Session: 31 January 2018
- Spring Session: 29 June 2018
If you are a temporary resident or hold a student visa, please complete a hardcopy of the International Undergraduate or Postgraduate Application Form.
On the application form, under Course Preferences, please include the UTS subject code and UTS subject name. Please refer to the UTS Handbook for details.
You will also need to provide:
- A letter from your home institution approving that you are eligible to undertake cross-institutional study
- Certified copy of your most recent academic transcript
The following closing dates apply for international students:
- Autumn Session: 30 November
- Spring Session: 31 May
For information on UTS subjects please visit the online handbook.
For timetable information please visit the online timetable.
For enquiries about subject choices and availabilities contact the relevant faculty or the UTS Student Centres for more information.