Mark Acheson went back to Uni, not only for a career change, but for the amazing lifestyle on offer while studying.
Amelia Colbeck has some tips for those thinking of having a baby in the last year of your degree while working full time.
Get the lowdown on Cameron's undercover cherry operation.
Our Agricultural science students are tackling the big issues before they even graduate.
Experienced maker and life-long learner Kath Ellis followed passion for design to Tasmania.
Kat Stuart was drawn to Tassie after she experienced what it’s like studying at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Science.
In an Australian first, TIA PhD student Madeleine Way is testing if the quality of cider is affected by where an apple is grown.
Stressed about your ATAR? You're not alone. But with so many different pathways into Uni, you can follow your dreams.
A degree in Agricultural Science gives you the opportunity to travel, work and provide innovative solutions to global problems.
Do you want a career that lets you enjoy the sunshine?
Liz Evans has taken her professional experience and love of novels into her Creative Writing PhD
Simon Baptist has used his love of economics to influence climate change policy making, and is now Chief Economist for The Economist Intelligence Unit globally.
Keegan Graham-Parker grew up in a seafaring and fishing family from a small town south of Cairns so believed he was always likely to end up in a maritime-related industry.
"UTAS provided me with what I needed to work as a professional practitioner in the community."
Most students don’t think about changing the world while studying an undergraduate course - that’s just what Edwina Knevett and Zoe Sellers set out to investigate when they joined Engineers Without Borders (EWB).
Choose from a variety of creative study options in 2020.
Misbah Shaikh is embracing everything Tasmania has to offer.