Our ranking in the top two per cent of universities worldwide
Tasmania is one of the world’s most spectacular natural environments. Framed by beaches, snowfields and wilderness, from our stunning island home in Tasmania we’re free to think on a bigger scale. Whether it’s in our teaching, research, or even student lifestyle, this unique landscape has prepared us to connect to the world. We’re also fortunate to be right in Tasmania’s vibrant cultural heart. From our MONA inspired arts boom to our established food, wine and coffee culture, Tasmania’s towns and cities are as cosmopolitan as anywhere in Australia. Friendly, vibrant and always changing, Tasmania’s as good a place to live, as it is to learn.
Our ranking in the top two per cent of universities worldwide reflects our willingness to constantly challenge ourselves. We’ve never been afraid to take on the world – something we pass on to each of our more than 29,000 local, national and international students. Throughout their careers, this underpins the success of the 90,000 alumni we have spread across more than 120 countries.
The University of Tasmania established a presence in New South Wales in 2006.
Located close to the Sydney CBD in Darlinghurst and west of the city in Rozelle, these campuses offer nursing and paramedic education in partnership with local hospitals and health services.
The University of Tasmania's Rozelle campus is located in the inner western suburbs of Sydney, in close proximity to the Sydney central business district and regularly serviced by public transport. The Rozelle campus is part of the Callan Park Precinct, which is known as the old Rozelle Psychiatric Hospital, now no longer used for this purpose. There are numerous government organisations within the precinct including Ambulance Service of New South Wales headquarters and community education departments.
The University's School of Medicine offers the Bachelor of Paramedic Practice through the Rozelle campus and this course is supported by the Ambulance Service of New South Wales. The School of Medicine at the Rozelle campus aims to provide the community with sound, comprehensive out-of-hospital care through the development of paramedic students conversant in the field of paramedic practice.
The University's School of Health Sciences offers the fast track two year Bachelor of Nursing course through the Rozelle campus in partnership with the Sydney Local Health District, South Western Sydney Local Health District , South Eastern Sydney Local Health District and Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District.
Study outstanding courses in one of the world’s most extraordinary locations
Tasmania is unique and so are Tasmanians. We believe in our island. We embrace the unusual. And we love imagination.
We offer great courses in an extraordinary location, and our teaching is supported by world-leading research, so you know you’re getting direct access to the best expertise.
Our whole island is your campus
We know that if you’re in one of the world’s most extraordinary locations, you have to get outside, explore and live while you learn.
That’s why our courses give you the opportunity to explore nature and access adventure while you study, through field work and hands-on learning experiences that take you underwater, over seas and across our incredible island.
No matter which University of Tasmania campus you choose to study at, you will be close to stunning wilderness, and part of a vibrant and supportive community.
A focus on excellence
Our nationally-distinctive architecture, nursing, medicine and law courses give you access to real-life learning experiences. We’re the only university in the state, which means you will get unparalleled access to industry connections through our institution’s partnerships.
Our very island itself is a living laboratory, giving us excellent course strengths in the natural and social sciences. Being the gateway to the Southern Ocean gives us unique study offerings in marine, climate, Antarctic and ocean science and a broad range of maritime studies.
Spectacular student life
At our Cradle Coast campus you could live in our West Park Apartments right next to the Makers’ Workshop, where you can interact with real artisans at work. And a few more steps takes you onto the beach of one of the world’s most stunning coastlines.
In Hobart you could go from experiencing one of the world’s wildest art festivals, Dark Mofo, on the city’s iconic waterfront, to cycling around Maria Island, a remote, history-filled location with incredible cliffs and beaches, all within a day.
|Avg Cost of tuition/Year||AU$9,000|
|Cost of living/Year||AU$22,290|
|Estimated Total fee/Year||AU$31,290|
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