International Future Students
Kumar Sangakkara - why he chose to play in Hobart and the benefits UTAS offers students
Sri Lankan cricket legend and University of Tasmania Ambassador, Kumar Sangakkara explains why he chose to play in Hobart over any other location in the world and the benefits the University of Tasmania and the state offer students.
Published: 22 March 2016 | Duration: 1:26
Kuala Lumpur to Oatlands: Gavithra Sivabalan on placement in Tasmania
Gavithra Sivabalan was 26 when she left her family and friends, packed up her life in the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur and made the move to Tasmania, pursuing her dream of becoming a pharmacist.What she didn’t know was that in her final year of
Law alumna breaks glass ceiling to become a Malaysian federal minister
Malaysian member of parliament Hannah Yeoh (LLB 2001, GradCertLegalPrac 2003) has created history in her country. In 2013, prior to becoming a federal minister, she was appointed Selangor Legislative Assembly Speaker – the youngest speaker and the
Duyen’s pharmaceutical research supported by international scholarships
Two generous international scholarships are helping Duyen Tran realise her dream of helping people with chronic illnesses, especially those in disadvantaged communities.Currently completing her PhD in Pharmacy with the University of Tasmania’s
What's life on campus like?
When you're spending most of your day on campus, it's important to know you'll be in a great environment. The University of Tasmania campuses are vibrant, with buzzing student hubs, lush gardens, stunning architecture and quiet nooks. There's always something happening, whether you want to meet other students or just enjoy uni life.