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University of Tasmania

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About University of Tasmania

Your university years are not just about study, let’s be honest. You need a balance between hard work and plenty of play. And Tasmania is the perfect playground. Being an island, it is surrounded by waterways. Think yachts, kayaking, swimming and surfing.

They have more reserved wilderness than any other place on the planet – and it’s right on the doorstep of the cities. Hiking, mountain biking, climbing and camping are an easy afternoon or weekend activity. And it has animals that simply don’t exist anywhere else in the world. This place is pristine and quite simply, beautiful.

But if the city is more your style, Tasmania has you covered. The food, art and culture scene is a hot topic in tourism mags across the globe. For good reason. They have award winning festivals year round, stunning streetscapes, and a café culture that never stops.

The best thing is, the close proximity of the Uni to Tasmania’s numerous drawcards allows more time for you to get amongst it. And it got the cleanest air in the world… perfect for blowing away the cobwebs from a big night (on the text books).

Applying for postgraduate study

Entry requirements vary from course to course, but are often based on previous study or work experience, or a combination of both. Specific examples of additional requirements can include a CV showing their work experience, and letters of reference from line managers or similar to confirm the work experience meets the minimum level for entry.

Campuses

Cradle Coast

Darlinghurst - Sydney

Cradle Coast

Darlinghurst - Sydney

Courses

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Masters (Coursework)

Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Logistics Management (Advanced) course provides a comprehensive postgraduate course for people who wish to seek professional careers in the globally spanning domain of logistics management, logistics strategies and supply chain management.

Masters (Coursework)

Please note: The closing time and date for the receipt of applications for admission to the Master of Psychology (Clinical) in 2021 is 11.59pm on 31 October 2020. Incomplete and late applications will not be considered.

Performance Indicators

82.1%
Overall satisfacation
76.6%
Skill scale
66.2%
Teaching scale
91.6%
Employed full-time
$100k
Average salary

Videos


University of Tasmania Open Day 2015

Missed Open Day? We captured the highlights! Check out some of the things that other potential students learned about our courses, university life, and why the University of Tasmania is the best place to study in 2016.

Choose your own adventure: Study Engineering at UTAS

With an Engineering degree from the University of Tasmania, it really is a case of 'choose your own adventure.' A perfect example is PhD student Lily Panton, who studies the acoustics of concert halls. " I'm an acoustician. I study the acoustics of concert halls. I've done measurements in virtually all of the major concert halls in Australia. 

Meet the global storyteller moving people to change

Since graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism, Media and Communications) from UTAS, Karl Mathiesen now contributes to the ‘fearless journalism’ of one of the world’s largest media platforms as a London-based freelance environmental journalist.

University of Tasmania Open Day 2015

Missed Open Day? We captured the highlights! Check out some of the things that other potential students learned about our courses, university life, and why the University of Tasmania is the best place to study in 2016.

Choose your own adventure: Study Engineering at UTAS

With an Engineering degree from the University of Tasmania, it really is a case of 'choose your own adventure.' A perfect example is PhD student Lily Panton, who studies the acoustics of concert halls. " I'm an acoustician. I study the acoustics of concert halls. I've done measurements in virtually all of the major concert halls in Australia. 

Meet the global storyteller moving people to change

Since graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism, Media and Communications) from UTAS, Karl Mathiesen now contributes to the ‘fearless journalism’ of one of the world’s largest media platforms as a London-based freelance environmental journalist.