Université de Tasmanie - University of Tasmania - UTAS

Université de Tasmanie - University of Tasmania - UTAS

L'université de la mer par excellence

Australiemag présente l'université de Tasmanie

An island of excellence
From our stunning island home we’re free to think on a bigger scale – which we do. Our campuses in Hobart, Launceston and the Cradle Coast allow us to engage with the Tasmanian community and utilise the very best of our islands natural and built resources to deliver high quality education and research. With programs embedded within local and national industries our students’ gain practical learning and research opportunities.

Achieve the extraordinary
Welcome to the University of Tasmania, the fourth oldest university in Australia established in 1890. At the University of Tasmania, we’ve made the pursuit of the extraordinary a never-ending commitment. It influences everything we do. The way we teach. The way we research. The way we learn. And the way we live.

Global Connections
Our degrees are globally recognised and we attract some of the world’s best academics and researchers through our exciting research programs, stunning scenery and relaxed lifestyle.

Our research
Through the creation of new ideas, innovation and knowledge, the research we undertake impacts the future prosperity of society and the environment at the local, national and global level. We provide international leadership in five thematic areas:

Environment, Resources and Sustainability
Creativity, Culture and Society
Better Health
Marine, Antarctic and Maritime
Data, Knowledge and Decisions

Our leadership in these areas is demonstrated through our research institutes, including the Menzies Institute for Medical Research, the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), the Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits (CODES), and the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS). The Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre and the CRC for Forestry are housed at the university. Each theme addresses and contributes to resolving global challenges, exploits the unique character of Tasmania, has both intellectual and social impact and contributes to the public policy debates nationally and internationally.