A degree in Exercise Science from the University of Tasmania has led Wynyard lad Mat Young to the highest level in professional sport analytics in the United States.
Stunning coastlines, ancient rainforests, yoga and shops selling incense and Tibetan prayer flags. Who would have thought?
Need an escape between classes? Here are our favourite hikes around each campus.
The days are getting longer and lighter and the scent of flowers is in the air. It’s spring in Tasmania!
Eleanor went from trying different subjects in her Arts degree to landing her dream job.
Here’s why these 95+ ATAR students chose to follow their passion and study education.
Electronic smoking is actually as dangerous as the real thing.
Seduction, worship and redemption, and nine different rasas (an Indian concept of aesthetic flavour).
A PhD in Tasmania means studying in a place of relaxing natural beauty.
Aaron has used the Associate Degree in Applied Science to build on his experience as a lab technician.
International humanitarian law expert Professor Tim McCormack has returned to Tasmania to take up a position as the new Dean of Law.
An internship program is helping University of Tasmania medical graduates practise in remote locations.
UTAS Law School Alumnus Stephen Webb is making his mark internationally.
Students awarded George Alexander Foundation Relocation and Living Support Scholarships.
Hannah Martin is devoting her career to helping cancer patients.
A new program linking students with local leaders is helping build the career aspirations of young people and broaden their horizons for the future.