University of Tasmania
It is an Australian public research university located in Tasmania. This university is the fourth oldest in Australia. Christ College is the residential college of the 1846-founded university. Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Social Science in Agriculture, Architecture, Art, Business and Economics, Dementia Care, Health Sciences, Humanities, Law, and other fields Across its four campuses, the university offers approximately 130 Master's and Doctoral programmes, including MBA, Masters of Architecture, Master of Maritime Engineering, Master of Science in Computer Engineering, Doctorate in Philosophy, and numerous others.

Cost of attendance

Around 105,456 AUD for Bachelor of Science programs, 96,138 AUD for BBA programs and 99,244 AUD for Bachelor of Arts programs one needs to pay. Fees for the Master’s program at Tasmania for international students is in the range of 71,123 AUD - 46,967 AUD.


The University offers on-campus and off-campus housing options through its Studio Apartments, Shared Flats, and Rooms. Online applications for residence are accepted. The university's five faculty buildings provide a variety of programmes at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Off-campus long-term housing, such as private shared apartments and single rooms, is available on surrounding universities and is advertised on campus notice boards. There are a lot of hostels accessible for temporary housing. There are also more expensive facilities, such as hotels. Christ College (Twin) costs roughly $178 per week. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is 600 to 800 AUD.

Acceptance rate

It has a student population of around 29,000, with international students accounting for approximately 33% of those who come from all over the world to pursue higher education in Australia. This Australian higher education organisation is somewhat selective, with an acceptance rate of 70-80 percent.


Hobart, Launceston, Sydney, and the Cradle Coast Campus are the university's four campuses. Except for the Sydney campus, all campuses are on Tasmania Island. Natural beauties such as the sea shore, snowfields, and mountains surround the campuses. Each University of Tasmania campus has its own well-equipped housing facilities. There are also cafes, restaurants, a gym, and clubs and societies. Nearby coastal locations have a plethora of cutting-edge marine research facilities.


The University of Tasmania is accredited with the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses to Overseas Students (CRICOS)

Jobs and Placement

The University's graduate employment rate is relatively high. According to the QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey 2020, over 94 percent of University of Tasmania graduates find full-time work, compared to the national average of 86.5 percent. Because Australia's economy is continually expanding, there are several work prospects for international students. In Australia, the average annual pay for University of Tasmania staff is AU$80831.

QS Ranking

#303 in QS Global World Rankings 2022

The Ranking

#351-400 in World University Rankings by THE 2022

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