Save the date for Open Day 2018:
South on Sunday, 5 August
North on Saturday, 11 August
North West on Sunday, 12 August
A unique location, a unique University experience.
Open Day is one of the most exciting occasions on the University of Tasmania calendar. It’s our chance to open our campuses to the community, and showcase the unique lifestyle and quality study opportunities we offer.
At Open Day you will have the chance to explore our labs, libraries, lecture theatres, and more. You will get the chance to hear what University life is like from the experts: our students, staff, and graduates.
And there will be lots of information on study options, scholarships, pathways, and careers. There will also be a range of family-friendly activities, informative presentations and demonstrations, food, entertainment, and giveaways. Our aim is to make sure you leave us informed, inspired, and motivated to start your higher education journey.
Please register your interest in attending Open Day. We’ll keep you updated so you don’t miss any of the fun and activities coming up.
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The beachside Sandy Bay campus is close to shops, transport, accommodation, entertainment and services. Satellite University campuses in Hobart include the Medical Sciences Precinct in the city centre and the School of Creatives Arts currently based on the waterfront.
North West (Burnie)
The Cradle Coast Campus on the north-west coast is home to the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture and shares close links with the University’s Rural Clinical School. The nearby West Park Precinct on the waterfront brings together the Makers’ Workshop, CollabLab, and new accommodation facilities.
The Inveresk campus is home to the Tasmanian College of the Arts and the School of Architecture and Design, making it a great destination for those interested in architecture, art and acting. The Inveresk campus also forms the heart of the University’s Education-Driven Economic Revitalisation of the Northern Tasmania project.
The Newnham campus has a strong focus on technology and houses the Australian Maritime College, Nursing Simulation Labs, and the Human Interface Technology Lab (HITLab AU). There is a range of affordable accommodation options available, including new self-contained apartments.