1. Get an offer from UTS
If you are an international student, you will only need to apply for UTS programs if you do not already have an offer for your preferred UTS program. If you have not received an offer, it is best to seek advice from a Study Success Adviser.
If you are a domestic student, you will need to submit your UTS program application via UAC between August and November. Once you receive your results from UTS College, you will have the chance to change your preferences in December.
International students might already have an offer as part of their original offer to study at UTS College. If this applies to you, it is time to enrol.
If you have applied more recently, either as a domestic student or an international student, you will need to receive your offer before taking the next steps.
As soon as you receive your official offer, you need to either accept it, or defer your offer so you can start studying at a later date. You will receive instructions with your offer letter. When you are ready to accept or defer your offer, visit ‘Starting at UTS’ on the UTS website.
2. Get your final results from UTS College
Once you complete your final exams and receive your results, you will know whether you have reached the academic requirements and/or English requirements to progress to your UTS program.
If you do not receive the grades you had hoped for, and do not meet the requirements for UTS, please contact a Study Success Adviser to discuss your options and what to do next.
3. Enrol in your UTS program
Just like at UTS College, your enrolment will be handled online. With your offer letter, you should have received advice about which subjects to enrol in. You might have also received these details in your Transfer Session.
Once you have the right advice for which subjects you need to enrol in, you will need to complete your enrolment online and create your timetable.
4. Attend Orientation Week
Orienation Week is your official orientation week at UTS, where you will be able to meet students and staff, find out about your subjects at info sessions, go on campus tours and take part in all the fun and festivities happening around campus.