UTS: Engineering Postgraduate Info Session
Shape your future with a UTS:Engineering postgrad qualification.
Whether you're interested in management courses, technical courses or just taking it slow with a graduate certificate, we're bound to have a course to suit you.
What's more, we offer you flexibility with our evening, block-mode and distance classes.
Why not attend the information evening on Wednesday 28 April 2010 to find out more or even apply.
The evening is designed to give you a thorough overview of the Faculty's postgraduate programs from Graduate Certificate level through to Masters degrees in coursework. You will have the opportunity to meet academics to discuss study options and ask questions. For information on how to apply direct to UTS on the night, see below.
The Faculty's Postgraduate brochures will be available on the night for both local and international applicants. If you would like these sent to you, please contact Engineering Outreach on ph 02 9514 2666 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To register, please complete the online registration form
Program on the night
6 pm Light Refreshments
6.15pm General Information Session
Attend the general information session & presentation
Opportunity to speak with Faculty staff
What can I find out?
Find out about the broad range of courses available, the differences between them and how to choose the most appropriate course for your needs
Find out what subjects are available and the factors to consider when choosing your subjects
- Flexible Study Options
Find out about the various study options available and the flexibility of study at UTS
- How to Apply
Get details of application closing dates, fees, application procedures and more.
You can apply on the night
We thought you’d be happy to know that you can apply for courses direct to UTS on the night. Application forms will be available at this session and there will be no application fee for local and international students.
If you already know the program you wish to apply for, you are encouraged to come in and submit your application before the 6pm presentation commences. Applications will be accepted from 4pm onwards in Room 7084 on Level 7, Building 2 (within UTS:Engineering). We will also have administrative staff on hand to answer any questions. You will also be able to submit your application after the information session. You must ensure that you bring with you all the necessary supporting original documentation. If any documents are not in English, you must provide an official translation as well as the original language document. Documents include:
- an official academic transcript or record of study (note: transcripts printed from institution websites will not be accepted)
- evidence of completion of study if this is not stated on the academic record
- provide evidence of name change if applicable
- provide translations of any documents not in English
- provide proof of English proficiency if medium of instruction at undergraduate level was not in English (IELTS results etc)
- provide proof of Australian citizenship or Permanent Residence if not born in Australia
for applicants without a degree, please provide:
- TAFE certificate and
- up-to-date resume
English Language Requirements
Students whose prior education was not conducted in English are required to meet one of the following minimum English Language Requirements:
IELTS (Academic version) score of 6.5 overall with 6.0 in writing; or
TOEFL (paper based) score of 575 with TWE 4.5; or
TOEFL (computer based) score of 231 with essay rating 4.5; or
TOEFL (internet based) score of 90 with essay rating 21; or
Cult overall score of 65; or
Completed TAFE Certificate IV in English for Academic Purposes or Diploma; or
successful completion of the Insearch UTS Direct Entry English Program (DEEP) at C level
The above English tests must have been done with in the last two years.
We will also accept a letter from your university that states that medium of instruction was in English.
Can't make it?
Why don’t you register for our live webcast. Watch the presentation online as it happens in the comfort of your home. You can ask questions online and have them answered live. To view the webcast, you’ll need to register by 12pm Wed 28 April 2010 - contact Engineering Outreach on 9514 2666.
- 28 April 2010
- City - Broadway CB02 Level 4, Room 29 (Only a few minutes' walk from Central Railway station)
- All Welcome