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Scholarships by University of Technology Sydney, Australia

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has dedicated A$30 million to provide grants and scholarships for high-achieving international students until 2020. 

UTS CRICOS Provider Code: 00099F

>> Engineering and IT Postgraduate Academic Excellence Scholarship
Value: 25% off tuition fees for the standard duration of the UTS postgraduate degree.*
>> Master of Professional Engineering Scholarship
Value: 25% off tuition fees for the standard duration of the UTS Master of Professional Engineering program.*
>> Science Postgraduate Academic Excellence Scholarship
Value: 25% off tuition fees for the standard duration of the UTS postgraduate coursework degree.*
>> South Asia Postgraduate Business Merit Scholarship
Value: 25% of tuition fees for the standard duration of the UTS postgraduate coursework degree.*
>> UTS Nepal Scholarship (Postgraduate Coursework)
Value: 25% of tuition fees for the standard duration of the UTS postgraduate coursework degree.*
All scholarships will be assessed based on academic merit and submission of other required documents. For eligibility and selection criteria, visit:

The Australian Government offers scholarships, grants and other services to support your studies in Australia, including the Australia Awards Scholarship, Endeavour Scholarship and Fellowships and Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) - formerly known as IPRS.

UTS Alumni Advantage Program
To support UTS alumni enrolling in another program at UTS.
Value: 10% off tuition fees for standard duration of course.*
Calling from Australia: (02) 9514 1767
Calling from overseas: +61 2 9514 1767
Email:* Course duration is the standard number of sessions and credit points required for completion of the enrolled program on the basis of a full-time study
load, as specified in the letter of offer for admission to the course.

UTS CRICOS Provider Code: 00099F
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QS TOP 50 UNDER 50 2020 QS WORLD RANKINGS 2020 in Australia globally in Australia globally 1st 11th 9th 140th
At UTS, we think differently: we take a global approach to education that has innovation at its core. Theory is great, but nothing prepares you better than real industry experience. That’s why we offer hands-on, practice-based learning that cultivates future-ready graduates. UTS ranks 64th in the world and 6th in Australia in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2019. The latest figures show that 78 percent of Australian-resident undergraduates are in employment within four months of graduating. Learn how three UTS faculties are taking practical learning and professional development to the next level.

At the UTS Business School we’re all about taking what we know and putting it to work. There’s no better way to do it than with our undergraduate and postgraduate Business
internship subjects. You’ll learn how to identify and apply solutions to complex problems – problems that don’t even exist yet. From multinational corporations to young, dynamic startups, our internships subjects will help you develop the professional skills and networks you’ll need for your career after graduation. Our focus isn’t just on traditional styles of work. For the aspiring founder the UTS Business School also develops students’ entrepreneurial and innovation skills with our venture labs, co-curricular programs, and our ideal location at the heart of the highest density of startups in Australia.

UTS Business School is one of only a handful of business schools in the world to be accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). This means we’ve attained the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide, so you’ll be getting a globally recognised qualification.

Our graduates are the next generation of engineering and IT leaders. Skills for intrapreneurship, innovation and digital transformation in new and emerging fields are central to
our programs. UTS connects with more than 1000 industry partners in teaching and research. Surround yourself with the opportunity to connect with companies such as Siemens,
Raytheon, Deloitte, PWC, Aurecon, WiseTech Global, Thales, Canon Medical Systems, CISCO.

UTS has also joined with SAS-CISCO to form an IoT Innovation Lab working in IoT applications and data analytics - a world-first industry partnership.

Scientific knowledge is always in demand. In fact, 75 percent* of the fastest-growing occupations require expertise in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). At UTS Science, we’ll equip you with STEM-specific skills, but we won’t stop there: you’ll also gain critical interpersonal and practical skills, such as problem-solving, numerical literacy, analytical thinking, and the ability to build lasting professional relationships. You’ll graduate with a tool-kit of expertise that you can apply just about anywhere. Prepare for a rewarding career, in or outside of the lab. Fight climate change with renewable energies, use biostatistics to help people live longer and healthier lives, or work at the forefront of new discoveries that lead to the next generation of nanomaterials. As a scientist, you can use knowledge to change the world for good.

Outside of the lab, pursue scientific and professional roles across a wide range of industries, including business, government, law, health, food and agriculture, mining and construction, and education.
* The Australian Industry Group, Progressing STEM Skills in Australia,
March 2015
Have a great idea?
UTS Startups provides resources, industry connections, mentors and other benefits to encourage student entrepreneurship, launch startups, and bring your business dreams to reality.

With more than 130 undergraduate and 180 postgraduate courses on offer across a range of emerging and traditional disciplines, we’ve got something for you. To find a course that’s right for you, visit: