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University of Tasmania

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Everything you need to know about University of Tasmania

  • Founded in 1890, the University of Tasmania is a public research educational institute in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The three main campuses in Launceston, Hobart, and Burnie offer 150 undergraduate and 120 postgraduate courses with research programs in Geology, Analytical Chemistry, Ecology, Agriculture, etc. Divided into five faculties- College of Arts, Law, and Education; College of Sciences and Engineering; Tasmanian School of Business and Economics; College of Health and Medicine; and University College, there are more than 34,000 students in the university. 
  • Eligible candidates can apply three months before the semester with minimum marks in IELTS (6.5), PTE (50), TOEFL (72) for undergraduate and graduate programs with a tuition fee of AUD 29,950- AUD 34,950 and AUD 30,950- AUD 37,000, respectively. 
  • With a 25% reduction in tuition fee through Tasmanian International Scholarships, the university also provides department-wise scholarships up to 50% of the tuition fee. Art Library, Law Library, Clinal Library, Music Library, Morris Miller Library, Cradle Coast Campus Library, and Launceston Campus Library are integrated as a single library system of the university for the students. 
  • Students can join over 130 clubs and societies related to spiritual faith, residential, culture, and community building. Along with sports facilities in cricket, hockey, soccer, rowing, volleyball, students also get health support, security protocols, counselling, and career guidance. 
  • Around 450 studio rooms are available in Hobart Apartments with a weekly rate of AUD 270. Christ College, University Apartments, and John Fisher College have 570 rooms with single, twin, and flat type rooms at an average cost of AUD 240 and a security deposit of AUD 500. 
  • Short-term and off-campus accommodation is also available for AUD 600-800 per week. Career Connect Development Center at the University of Tasmania ensures real-life working opportunities for students that benefits during placements with annual packages of up to USD 160,000 along with a chance of getting internships.
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Undergraduate

Bachelor of Science

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Fees ($)

$33.95K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹18.42L / year

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Duration

36 months

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Fees ($)

$31.95K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹17.34L / year

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Duration

36 months

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Fees ($)

$31.95K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹17.34L / year

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Duration

48 months

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Fees ($)

$31.95K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹17.34L / year

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Duration

36 months

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Fees ($)

$34.95K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹18.96L / year

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Duration

24 months

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Fees ($)

$31.95K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹17.34L / year

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Duration

48 months

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Fees ($)

$30.95K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹16.79L / year

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Duration

24 months

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Fees ($)

$37.03K / year

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Fees (₹)

₹20.09L / year

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Duration

48 months

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University Ranking

Knowing its rankings enables one to defend the University of Tasmania's inclusion in the top 500 universities worldwide. If we begin by discussing the University of Tasmania's ranking, it comes in at position #303 in the 2022 QS World University Rankings. In contrast, the University of Tasmania will be ranked #293 by QS in 2023. If we compare the University of Tasmania's most recent QS rankings to those from 2021, it is clear that they have improved. The university was listed as being in position #308 in 2021. 

The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings for 2023 and 2022 place the University of Tasmania between positions #301 and 350. THE examines universities based on their teaching, research, citations, impact on the industry, and global orientation. The University of Tasmania is ranked #303 in the category of international colleges in the U.S. News & World Report 2022.

Ranked By20182019202020212022
ARWU (Shanghai Ranking) - Universities Rankings [1]201-300201-300201-300301-400NA
QS - World University Ranking [2]313287291308303
THE (Times Higher Education) - University Ranking [3]301-350351-400301-350351-400301-350
US News & World Report - Global Universities [4]320319319316303


 

Course Ranking

According to the Times Higher Education topic rankings, the university's PG Business & Economics programme is ranked between positions #401 and 500. In the topic rankings of THE, this course has been able to keep its current place until 2021. The University of Tasmania is ranked between #401 and #500 for the Engineering & Technology programme. The university's computer science programme is ranked between #401 and #500 in THE's subject rankings for 2022. The current THE topic ranking places the Psychology course between positions #301 and 400.


 

Ranking for Business Courses
Ranked By2019202020212022
THE (Times Higher Education) - PG Business and Economics [5]251-300301-400401-500401-500
Ranking for Engineering Courses
Ranked By2019202020212022
THE (Times Higher Education) - PG Engineering and Technology [6]301-400401-500401-500401-500
Ranking for Computers Courses
Ranked By2019202020212022
THE (Times Higher Education) - PG Computers [7]401-500401-500401-500401-500
Ranking for Science Courses
Ranked By20182019202020212022
QS - Pharmacy & Pharmacology RankingsNANANA251-300NA
QS - QS - Biological Sciences Rankings401-450351-400251-300301-350NA
THE (Times Higher Education) - Life Sciences Rankings126-150151-175126-150151-175101-125
THE (Times Higher Education) - THE - Psychology RankingsNA301-400301-400301-400301-400
Ranking for Humanities Courses
Ranked By20182019202020212022
ARWU (Shanghai Ranking) - Shanghai Political Sciences Rankings151-200201-300101-150101-150NA
QS - QS - Sociology Rankings201-250151-200151-200201-250NA
THE (Times Higher Education) - Arts & Humanities Rankings301-400301-400301-400301-400251-300
Ranking for Medicine Courses
Ranked By20182019202020212022
ARWU (Shanghai Ranking) - Shanghai Nursing Rankings151-200151-200201-300151-200NA
QS - QS - Medicine Rankings351-400351-400301-350351-400NA
THE (Times Higher Education) - Clinical and Health Rankings301-400401-500301-400301-400401-500
Ranking for Law Courses
Ranked By20182019202020212022
ARWU (Shanghai Ranking) - Shanghai Law Ranking101-150101-150151-200151-200NA
QS - QS - Law Rankings251-300251-300251-300251-300NA
THE (Times Higher Education) - THE - Law Rankings6185101-12510084

293

QS Rankings

301

Times Higher Education

273

US News

19

Webometrics - National

359

Webometrics - World

303

QS Rankings

For international students, UTAS has country-specific prerequisites. The requirements for each course and programme differ. To be considered for an offer, Indian students must obtain the needed admission grade, complete the minimum English language requirements, and meet other subject-specific prerequisites for the chosen programme.

Requirements for Foundation Courses

Students who do not meet the academic criteria for their undergraduate major should enroll in the UTAS Foundation Studies Program. Applicants must have a B grade in CBSE/CISCE English and a 10+1 in CBSE/CISCE or All India State Board Mathematics to be considered (provision results are accepted). Students must take UTAS Access -English Level 5 if they do not satisfy the minimal English proficiency criteria.

Requirements for Undergraduates

Students must apply with an All India Senior School Certificate with a minimum of 65 percent in the best of four core topics in order to be admitted to the first year of an undergraduate programme (including English, but excluding Physical and Health Education, and General Studies). Students must meet a minimum admission score based on the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank for most undergraduate courses (ATAR).

*The TIS minimum is 75 percent or 10 points greater than the needed ATAR (whichever is higher)

The following Indian boards of education recognize pass certificates:

  • Senior School Certificate in India (AISSC)
  • Certificate of Indian Schooling (ISC)
  • Secondary Education Central Board (CBSE)
  • Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, and West Bengal have their own state boards.

Requirements for Masters

A qualification comparable to an Australian bachelor's degree from a recognized institution is required for admission to most postgraduate courses at UTAS. In addition to the English language requirements, applicants must complete subject-specific criteria.

Requirements for PG Research

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree comparable to an Australian bachelor's degree with a minimum of Lower Second Class Honours and an IELTS score of 6.5 with no band below 6.0. PhD programmes typically demand the equivalent of an Australian bachelor's degree with Upper Second Class Honours or better, as well as an IELTS score of 6.5 with no band below 6.0. Admission to the Professional Doctorate is decided by the Dean of Graduate Research. Visit the Graduate Research site for further information.

The first step toward starting your chosen career is to understand your professional responsibilities. The University of Tasmania and our partners have a responsibility to guarantee the safety of their students, employees, and patients/clients. To participate in PEP, you must meet a variety of legal and regulatory conditions.

PEP allows you to apply concepts in a real-world context, perhaps as early as your first year.

For More:

https://www.utas.edu.au/health/professional-experience-placement

 

On-Campus Accommodation

On-campus housing is available.

  • The University of Tasmania offers on-campus housing to its students that is warm, welcoming, and convenient to everything the university and surrounding areas have to offer.
  • In Hobart and Launceston, the University owns and maintains on-campus student housing communities. Many support services and lifestyle options are available in the communities.

On-campus housing can be found here.

https://www.utas.edu.au/uni-life/accommodation

 

Off-Campus Accommodation

Off-campus housing is available.

  • The typical monthly rent is 600 to 800 AUD.
  • Studio flats, 3-bedroom apartments, 4-bedroom apartments, and shared apartments are also available.
  • All basic services such as power, water, and unrestricted internet access are included in the fee for the student homes.
  • The kitchen has a contemporary feel to it and plenty of storage.
    A double bed, desk, desk chair, and wardrobe are included in the bedrooms.

Off-campus housing link

https://flatmates.com.au/hobart

https://au.easyroommate.com/tasmania/hobart-share-accommodation

Scholarships

Deadline

2023-11-10

Awarded

Varies

Amount

₹12.22L

Deadline

2023-04-29

Awarded

Varies

Amount

₹3.83L

Deadline

2023-02-26

Awarded

Varies

Amount

₹8.92L

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Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about University of Tasmania
Where is University of Tasmania located?

University of Tasmania is located in Hobart, Australia

How much does it cost to study in University of Tasmania?

The average first year cost to study in University of Tasmania is INR 2678353

What is the acceptance rate for University of Tasmania?

University of Tasmania has an acceptance rate of 12.5%

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