The University of Tasmania was the fourth university founded in Australia. It has made the pursuit of the extraordinary a never-ending commitment that influences a world-class approach to teaching and research.
Outstanding achievements in both international and national research rankings reflect our willingness to constantly challenge ourselves – a mindset embedded into our 30,000 local, national and international students who study across a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate disciplines. This approach underpins the success of more than 90,000 alumni across 120 countries.
Our campuses utilise the best of our island’s natural and built resources with programs embedded within local and national industries, and additional campuses in Sydney and China, so our students gain practical learning and research opportunities.
With more than 6,000 international students drawn from over 80 countries our global reach, supported by partnerships with more than 90 institutions in 30 countries around the world, is ever expanding.
We provide leadership in five thematic areas:
Environment, Resources and Sustainability Creativity, Culture and Society Better Health Marine, Antarctic and Maritime Data, Knowledge and Decisions
Each theme contributes to resolving global challenges and has both intellectual and social impact, contributing to national and international policy debates....