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Forward thinking and dynamic, the University of Technology Sydney is aptly located in Ultimo, a vibrant creative and start up precinct. Its innovative learning and teaching model integrates the best of online and face-to-face experiences. Students benefit from an immersive career-focused education, coupled with strong links to industry. They’re prepared for tomorrow, in a way which is relevant today.

UTS has an unwavering ambition: to become a world-leading university of technology. Recent global accolades suggest this will soon be reality. UTS won the Hybrid Learning Innovation category of the 2015 Wharton-QS Stars Reimagine Education Awards for its learning.futures initiative. Coupled with this, it was rated Australia’s number 1 young university in both the Times Higher Education ‘Top 150 under 50’ Rankings 2016 and QS ‘Top 50 Under 50’ 2016-2017.

Its inspiring campus includes Frank Gehry’s first Australian venture. 

Imbued with collaborative spaces and technological capabilities, the distinctive campus is a physical embodiment of UTS’s progressive traits. Socially and culturally diverse, one quarter of its 40,000 students originate from overseas. Some of the university’s previous students include actor and producer Hugh Jackman, Deputy Leader of the Labor Party, the Honorable Tanya Plibersek MP, and Sydney Peace Prize winner Sekai Holland. 

UTS keeps good company. Over 150 companies partner with UTS, sharing their resources and expertise in exchange for research, innovation programs, development and commercialisation, staff education, and, of course, direct contact with the university’s sought after students. 

The university is also renowned for its rich contribution to the research sector. Its research spans a range of disciplines, including health, data sciences, sustainability, applied economics, social futures, robotics, civil engineering, future work, microbiology and quantum computation.

Ever bold and ever committed to entrepreneurship and innovation, UTS is the university for the adaptive generation.

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Admission


Entry requirements
These academic requirements are for international students. 
Undergraduate
Note: in addition to these academic requirements, some courses may have specific admission requirements. Check the admission requirements information on the course details page of your chosen course/s.
For entry into undergraduate coursework at UTS you require a competitive pass in a recognised matriculation examination, equivalent to an Australian Year 12 qualification. As a general guide, competitive results for international examinations that are accepted for entry can be viewed at theInternational entry scores section.
Applications for some courses also require submission of a portfolio or a personal statement.
Those who successfully complete a recognised pathway program are also eligible to apply. If you do not meet entry requirements, you may wish to consider studying a UTS pathway course through UTS: INSEARCH .
 
Undergraduate honours coursework
Note: in addition to these academic requirements, some courses may have specific admission requirements. Check the admission requirements information on the course details page of your chosen course/s.
You require a relevant bachelor's degree. You must also demonstrate the potential to undertake research and submit a brief research proposal which should have been discussed with an appropriate UTS staff member.
Postgraduate coursework
Note: in addition to these academic requirements, some courses may have specific admission requirements. Check the admission requirements information on the course details page of your chosen course/s.
For admission into most postgraduate courses, you are required to hold a recognised bachelor's degree equivalent to an Australian bachelor's degree. Your academic performance at the bachelor's level will be considered as part of your application assessment. In some instances, you may also require relevant work experience and/or research experience. If relevant, you may demonstrate this through submission of a CV, portfolio, and/or a personal statement.
Postgraduate research degrees
Note: in addition to these academic requirements, some courses may have specific admission requirements. Check the admission requirements information on the course details page of your chosen course/s.
Doctoral programs
You are generally required to hold the equivalent of a relevant master's or bachelor's degree with first or second class honours (division 1) or an equivalent or higher qualification. You must demonstrate the potential to undertake research and submit a brief research proposal after discussion with an appropriate UTS staff member.
If you do not qualify for entry at the doctoral level, you may be accepted initially at the master's level and allowed to transfer to the doctoral program after one year provided that you have been able to demonstrate your capacity for doctoral-level study.
Master's research programs
You are generally required to hold the equivalent of a relevant bachelor's degree. You must also demonstrate the potential to undertake research and submit a brief research proposal after discussion with an appropriate UTS staff member.
International entry scores
Note: in addition to these academic requirements, some courses may have specific admission requirements. Check the admission requirements information on the course details page of your chosen course/s.
Undergraduate coursework
A general guide of competitive results in a number of international qualifications accepted for entry into undergraduate coursework at UTS.
Bahrain : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Bangladesh : Successful completion of at least one full-time year of a four-year bachelor degree at a recognised university or a completed 2 to 3 year bachelor degree at a recognised university.
Brazil : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Canada : Successful completion of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma with six University or University/College preparation courses. Qualifications from other provinces may also be acceptable.
Chile : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
China : Successful completion of the China National Entrance Examination (Gaokao) where the total score meets entry standard, or completion of at least one fulltime year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Colombia : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Fiji : Successful completion of the Foundation Program at the University of the South Pacific, OR successful completion of the Fiji seventh form examination, OR completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor degree level at the University of the South Pacific, OR successful completion of matriculation to a New Zealand university.
Germany : Successful completion of the Abitur examination.
Hong Kong: Successful completion of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) with the overall aggregate based on the four core subjects, Chinese Language, English Languages, Mathematics and Liberal Arts, and the best grade in one Category A elective subject. Grades for all subjects except Mathematics are counted as follows: Level 5** and Level 5* = 6, Level 5 = 5, Level 4 = 4, Level 3 = 3, Level 2 = 2 and Level 1 = 1.
Grades for Compulsory Mathematics are counted as follows: Level 5** and Level 5* = 3, Level 5 = 2.5, Level 4 = 2, Level 3 = 1.5, Level 2 = 1 and Level 1 = 0.5.
Grades for Extension Mathematics are counted as follows: Level 5** and Level 5* = 4, Level 5 = 3.5, Level 4 = 3.0, Level 3 = 2.5, Level 2 = 2 and Level 1 = 1.5.
India : Successful completion of the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (CBSE) (10+2) with overall grade in best four academic subjects where A1=5, A2=4.5, B1=3.5, B2=3.0, C1=2.0, C2:1.5, D1=1, D2=0.5, or successful completion of the Indian School Certificate Examination (10+2) awarded by the Indian Council of School Examinations (ICSE) with an overall percentage grade average in the best four externally examined subjects. Successful completion of the Higher Secondary School examinations from some state boards with a competitive pass may also be accepted.
Indonesia: Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
International Baccalaureate
Award of the full International Baccalaureate Diploma where the total aggregate score including bonus and penalty points meets entry standard.
Japan: Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Jordan : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Kuwait : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Malaysia : Successful completion of STPM with passes in a minimum of 3 Advanced Level subjects, where A = 7, A- = 6, B+ = 5, B = 4, B- = 3, C+ = 2, C = 1. Fail grades (F) or partial passes C-, D+ or D are not assessed or used to determine the ATAR equivalency. Advanced Level subjects must be taken in the same academic year.
Mexico : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Nepal: Successful completion of at least one full-time year of a four-year bachelor degree at a recognised university or a completed 2 to 3 year bachelor degree at a recognised university.
New Zealand: Successful completion of the National Certificate of Education Achievement at a competitive standard.
Nigeria: Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor’s degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Norway: Successful completion of Norwegian Certificate of Completion of Upper Secondary School Examination or equivalent (Vitnemal).
Oman : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Pakistan : Successful completion of at least one full-time year of a four-year bachelor degree at a recognised university or a completed 2 to 3 years bachelor degree at a recognised university.
Philippines : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Russia : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Saudi Arabia :Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Singapore : Successful completion of the Singapore or Cambridge General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level with at least three H2 subjects one  H1 content-based subject, Project Work and the General Paper (GP). Candidates may undertake  Knowledge and Inquiry (KI) at H2 level in place of the General paper (GP) and a H1 content based subject. An overall aggregate score will be calculated on the basis that A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1 for all H2 subjects and A=2.5, B=2, C=1.5, D=1, E0.51 for all H1 subjects. H3 subjects are calculated on the basis of Distinction=2.5, Merit=2 and Pass=1. An aggregate can also be raised by one of two methods: at most one H3 subject or a fourth H2 subject undertaken in addition to three H2 subjects, one H1 content-based subject, Project Work and the General Paper (GP).
South Africa: Successful completion of South African National Senior Certificate or the Matriculation Certificate of the Joint Matriculation Board. Candidates must have been awarded the NSC and met the minimum requirements for admission to higher education (Bachelor degree, Diploma or Higher Certificate) in South Africa. Both are indicated on the certificate.
South Korea : Successful completion of Korea Republic Senior High School Diploma (General or Vocational) with an overall grade average in the final year final year, where A = 4.0, B = 3.0, C = 2.0, D = 1.0
Sri Lanka : Successful completion of the Sri Lankan General Certificate of Education (GCE) with 3 Advanced level passes at the same sitting.
Sweden : Successful completion of the Swedish Secondary Leaving Certificate.
Taiwan :A Junior/Community College Diploma or Senior Higher School Diploma plus completion of at least one full-time year at Bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Thailand : Successful completion of the Certificate of Secondary Education (Matayom 6). Marks are out of 100 or GPA on a 4 point scale where A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0. Results in the Joint Higher Education Entrance Examination or Joint Entrance Examinations of provincial universities are taken into account, if available.
United Arab Emirates : Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
United Kingdom : GCE A Levels – Aggregate is the sum of all Advanced Level (A2) subjects taken in the same academic year and at most one Advanced Level (A2) subject undertaken in the previous academic year. If more than four subjects are presented, the best four subjects will be used. Completion of only three Advanced Level (A2) subjects in the same academic year may also be accepted. Advanced Subsidiary results will not be included. Ranks are calculated on the basis that the Advanced Level (A2) A*=6, A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2, E=1.
USA : Successful completion of the US High School Diploma plus either successful completion of:
  1. SAT 1 (Total of Critical Reading, Mathematical and Writing scores) at competitive standard; OR
  2. an approved associateship at a Community/Junior College
Vietnam: Successful completion of at least one full-time year at bachelor's degree level at a recognised university or tertiary institution.
Other: UTS also accepts diplomas and advanced diplomas from Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) recognised tertiary institutions in Australia, as well as most Australian foundation studies programs.
If your previous education was not conducted in English you are required to demonstrate proficiency in English by completing an English language test or program recognised by UTS. English language proficiency test scores are recognised by UTS provided they were obtained less than two years prior to application at UTS.
The English language results required to meet UTS English language requirements for entry into the respective courses are listed below. For all combined courses, the highest English language requirement test scores apply.
Please note that the TOEFL Paper Based Test is currently being phased out by TOEFL. UTS will continue to accept TOEFL PBT scores, provided the test was taken within the two years prior to application at UTS.

English language requirements

Undergraduate coursework English language requirements

Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education
Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Honours)
Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
7.5 overall,
speaking 8.0,
listening 8.0,
reading 7.0,
writing 7.0
 
102-109 overall,
speaking 23-27,
listening 23-27,
reading 23-27,
writing 24
 
73-78 overall,
speaking 79,
listening 79,
reading 65,
writing 65
 
191-199,
writing 185
 
N/A
 
Bachelor of Design (Honours) in Animation
Bachelor of Communication (Honours)
Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
7.0 overall,
writing 7.0
 
94-101 overall,
writing 23
 
65-72
 
185-190
 
AE6

Bachelor of Nursing
Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
6.5 overall,
writing 6.0
 
79-93 overall,
writing 21
 
N/A
 
N/A
 
AE5

All Engineering and Information Technology courses
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
6.0 overall,
writing 6.0
 
60-78 overall,
writing 21
 
50-57
 
169-175
 
AE5

All other courses
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
6.5 overall,
writing 6.0
 
79–93 overall,
writing 21
 
58-64
 
176-184
 
AE5

For all combined courses, the applicable English language requirement will be the highest score indicated for either of the combined courses.
Postgraduate coursework English language requirements
Master of Teaching in Secondary Education (excluding the Languages other than English major)
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
7.5 overall,
speaking 8.0,
listening 8.0,
reading 7.0,
writing 7.0
 
102-109 overall,
speaking 23-27,
listening 23-27,
reading 23-27,
writing 24
 
73-78 overall,
speaking 79, 
listening 79,
reading 65,
writing 65
 
191-199,
writing 185
 
N/A

Master of Advanced Journalism
Graduate Diploma in Advanced Journalism
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
7.0 overall,
with a writing score of 6.5
 
94-101 overall,
with a writing score of 24
 
65-72 overall,
with a writing score of 58
 
185-190,
with a writing score of 176
 
Pass
 
Master of Pharmacy
Master of Pharmacy (International)
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
7.5 overall,
7.0 in each subtest
 
102-109 overall,
reading 24,
listening 24,
speaking 23,
writing 27
 
73-78 overall,
speaking 65,
listening 65,
reading 65,
writing 65
 
191-199
 

N/A

Master of Clinical Psychology
Master of Physiotherapy 
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
7.0 overall,
writing 7.0
 
94-101 overall,
writing 23
 
65-72
 
185-190
 
AE6

All other courses
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
6.5 overall,
writing 6.0
 
79-93 overall,
writing 21
 
58-64
 
176-184
 
AE5
 
Postgraduate research English language requirements
All Business courses
All Health courses
All Communication courses
All Education courses
All International Studies courses
All Graduate School of Health courses
All Law courses
All Sustainable Futures courses
All Connected Intelligence Centre courses

 
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
7.0 overall,
writing 7.0
 
94-101 overall,
writing 23
 
65-72
 
185-190
 
AE6
 
All Engineering and Information Technology courses
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
6.0 overall,
writing 6.0
 
60-78 overall,
writing 21
 
50-57
 
169-175
 
AE5
 
All other courses
IELTS
(Academic)
 
TOEFL
(Internet-based)
 
PTE
(Academic)
 
CAE
 
AE5/AE6
(PASS)
6.5 overall,
writing 6.0
 
79–93 overall,
writing 21
 
58-64
 
176-184
 
AE5
English language tests and programs
All the links below open external websites. 
 

Accommodation


Campus accommodation
UTS Student residences
We offer affordable accommodation options to suit a wide range of requirements. All our options are self-catered and close to supermarkets, restaurants and services.
We offer:
  • share apartments – two, three, four, six, seven, eight, nine-bedroom apartments with a common living room, kitchen and bathroom facilities, or
  • studio apartments – a self-contained area including bedroom, bathroom and kitchen facilities.
The UTS Housing Service is made up of five separate student residences.  Out of respect for the traditional owners of the land on which these residences are built, the Gadigal and Guring-gai people of the Eora Nation, most of the residences are named using Aboriginal words.
Residential life
Students who get the most out of living at UTS Residences are those who:
  • maintain focus on their learning goals,,
  • are prepared to be part of a residential community;
  • enjoy making connections with people from diverse backgrounds, and forming new friendships;
  • respect the diversity of the community and understand that rules exist for the benefit of every individual.
The UTS Housing Residential Life program is a dedicated team of our UTS Housing staff and over 25 student Resident Networkers (RN’s) that make sure the transition to living away from home is not only lots of fun, but helps you to focus on what you are here for….learning!  The team of RN’s offer make sure you feel supported during your time in UTS Housing.
With over 1140 students living in it, the UTS Housing community is made up of students from across Australia and throughout the world. Our RN program makes sure you have every chance to learn about your peers and their cultures during your stay.
 
Off-campus accommodation
Looking for accommodation prior to your arrival at UTS can be difficult. UTS Housing can assist you with your search. Here are options that you can explore prior to or upon your arrival to UTS.
Short Term Accommodation
This section provides you with information on preferred hotels that offer significantly discounted rates, subject to availability, if they are booked using the accommodation provider’s online form. This is useful if you need a temporary place to stay before looking at your long term housing options, or while you visit UTS.
To simplify your choice of accommodation, please check the listings available below.
Budget accommodation
Budget accommodation usually provides the basic needs of comfort and cleanliness, while the range of extra amenities varies. They are popular for temporary stays for people looking for an affordable accommodation option.
Standard accommodation
Three stars generally indicate reasonable rates, varied amenities, good service and comfortable facilities. Four stars indicate upscale decor and facilities with above average services, comprehensive amenities, and a slightly higher price.
Premium accommodation
Four and half to five star accommodation promises upscale decor and facilities with a high degree of service, with a range of amenities, usually at a premium price.
Disclaimer
The University provides the list of privately operated hotels for your convenience. They are not owned, managed or operated by the University. The university is not able to, and does not, assess the suitability of the hotels, nor does it accept any responsibility or liability in relation to any matter arising out of any contact or arrangements between a student and accommodation venue. Any arrangements are strictly between the student and the hotel. Each student has the responsibility in assessing the hotel facilities and its suitability.

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