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University of Tasmania
1. Overview of the institution
The University of Tasmania is one of Australia's premier universities for teaching excellence, receiving in 2015 more teaching awards than any other university. UTAS is committed to the creation and dissemination of knowledge, with a globally recognized research activity and expertise at an affordable tuition fees. In 2015, the University was ranked in the top 10 research universities in Australia and in the top 2% of universities worldwide
The University of Tasmania is a medium-sized university (with over 30,000 students) that provides students with the benefits of smaller classes, personalised attention and ready access to lecturers and tutors. In the 2014 Good Universities' Guide, The University of Tasmania was given a five-star rating for staff-to-student ratios, placing it amongst the best in Australia.
The teaching faculty has real-world experience in the subjects they teach. UTAS has strong connections with local and national industry to offer practical learning and research opportunities. A number of degrees include compulsory practical placements, while others offer students opportunities for corporate internship
2. Location and facilities
UTAS is a state-wide university of international quality with two international campuses in Hobart and Launceston.
The cities are an easy two-hour drive apart while the Australian mainland is a quick direct flight or ferry trip away. For example, Melbourne is just 50 minutes away!
UTAS offers a huge choice of recreation options including entertainment, sporting events, clubs and societies that offer a choice of activities including live music, social functions and UTAS clubs and societies. Students can also enjoy the campus's lounge areas, grounds and gardens and eating venues.
UTAS campuses have an exceptional range of facilities and services - from the library network and computer services to shops, banks, post offices and health centres.
Tasmania made the Lonely Planet Travel Guide's Top Ten Must Visit Destinations in the World. It has some of the most beautiful places to explore in the world – from the beautiful waterfront capital city, Hobart, with world-class cafes and restaurants, to the pristine wilderness and stunning beaches.
Tasmanian cities also have a lower Cost of Living than most other regions in Australia, which allows for a more enjoyable student lifestyle.
3. Departments/Subject areas
UTAS delivers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses through its nine faculties & institutes:
Times Higher Education Ranking of World Universities 2015: Top 300 in the world- the University of Tasmania climbed well over 100 positions from last year. It was also ranked joint tenth among Australian universities
QS World Universities Rankings 2015: 379
ARWU World Rankings 2015: 305
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6. Careers: Unique student support
Career Mentor Program
The Career Mentor Program matches University of Tasmania students with alumni on the basis of shared interests, degree background or industry.
For students, it's a valuable way to gain useful career advice, through building an informal and supportive relationship with an experienced UTAS graduate.
Career conversations are a process which emphasises self-awareness and a better understanding of the world of work.
The CareerHub lists part-time, casual and graduate positions that are currently available.