Transitioning to UTS

Get ready to study at UTS! The on-demand resources on this page will assist you in transitioning from your Diploma studies at UTS College to your studies at UTS.

Before transitioning to UTS

UTS follows a different calendar to UTS College. The main sessions at UTS are Autumn, Spring and Summer (limited courses available). You can familiarise yourself with UTS key dates including orientation and session start dates at UTS Academic dates.  
For advice on timelines, admissions, majors and study plan options, check out the Essential Information Sessions and Faculty Information Sessions on-demand videos.

All Sessions will be held in week 9 or 10 of the UTS College Academic Calendar. You will be notified by email when these dates are made available.
Program Date Time Room
Architecture Friday 3 May 11:30am - 12pm CB05B.05.029

Business

Thursday 2 May 12:30pm - 1:30pm CB05B.01.011 (Theatre)
Communication Thursday 2 May 1pm - 1:30pm CB05B.05.031
Design Wednesday 8 May 9am - 9:45am CB05B.05.018
Engineering Thursday 9 May 2pm - 2:45pm HS645.463
IT Thursday 9 May 1pm - 2pm HS645.460
Science Tuesday 30 April 4pm - 4:30pm CB04.03.541
If you are transferring to the courses below, you will need to submit your questionnaire by week 10 of your last semester with UTS College.

Please note, you won’t be able to enrol at UTS if you have not completed the forms below.  
 
UTS Courses Questionnaire
C10026 Bachelor of Business  Business major questionnaire
C10148 Bachelor of Information Technology 
C10345 Bachelor of Information Technology Diploma in Information Technology Professional Practice 
Information Technology major questionnaire
C10242 Bachelor of Science 
C10172 Bachelor of Molecular Biotechnology 
C10184 Bachelor of Medical Science 
C10387 Bachelor of Forensic Science 
C10347 Bachelor of Advanced Science 
Science major questionnaire

Domestic Students

Transferring to UTS


If you’re in your final session at UTS College, you won’t need to submit an application to UTS. Simply ensure that your student details and course preferences to UTS are up to date by the required dates. 

If you’ve met the conditions below, you’ll receive an offer by invitation to your UTS preference on the results publication date.  
  • You have a UTS preference nominated 
  • You’ve completed your Diploma and met the GPA requirement for your UTS preference 
  • You’ve submitted the major questionnaire (see Completing your major questionnaire for more information) 
  • Your UTS preference is available in the UTS session following your final UTS College semester 

Instructions on how to accept your offer and enrol can be found on your offer correspondence. 
 

Updating your preferred UTS course and personal details

  1. Contact the UTS College Student Centre to confirm your preferred UTS course.  
  2. Check that your details including your name, contact details, citizenship and residency details are up to date on your eStudent profile. 
  3. Make any changes by week 10 of your last semester with UTS College. See Key dates.

If you’re eligible to receive a direct offer but your preferred UTS course isn’t available in Spring session, you won’t need to apply and will receive your offer for Autumn session in September. 
 

Submitting an application to UTS

In most cases, you do not need to submit an application to UTS. You are only required to submit an application via the UTS Student Portal if: 
  • You don’t meet the GPA requirement for your UTS preference  
  • You want to start at UTS in a later session (to apply for your preferred session, see Key Dates below.)

10 May 2024 – Last day to update your preferred UTS course, personal details and complete major questionnaire (if applicable to UTS course). 
10 June 2024 – Offers for Spring session (commences August) released to Semester 1 2024 finishers 
12 June 2024 – Applications open for Spring session 
28 June 2024 – Applications close for Spring session 
 
Applications for: 

  • Summer session (limited courses available) will open in September. 
  • ​Autumn session will open in January.  


If you are not due to complete your Diploma this semester, please check back once you’re in your final semester. 

Once you’ve completed your Diploma, you are eligible to articulate into a relevant UTS undergraduate degree providing you meet the articulation requirements.

Please refer to the articulation requirements that apply to you based on when you started your Diploma. For example, if you started your Diploma in 2023, please refer to Articulation requirements for students commencing their Diploma in 2023. Please see Past publications if you started your Diploma prior to 2023.

UTS courses offered in Spring Session 2024

Diploma of Business
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Economics
  • Bachelor of Management (Digital Creative Enterprise)
  • Bachelor of Management (Events)
  • Bachelor of Management (Sport Business)
  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Information Technology Bachelor of Business
Diploma of Communication
  • Bachelor of Communication (Digital and Social Media)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Media Business)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Journalism)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Media Arts and Production)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Social and Political Sciences)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Strategic Communication)
  • Bachelor of Communication (Writing and Publishing)
  • Bachelor of Laws 
Diploma of Design and Architecture
  • Bachelor of Design in Architecture 
  • Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication 
Diploma of Engineering
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) – For available majors, please see your articulation requirements
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Diploma in Professional Engineering Practice – For available majors, please see your articulation requirements
Diploma of Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Artificial Intelligence
  • Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Cybersecurity
  • Bachelor of Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Information Technology Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Information Technology Diploma in Information Technology Professional Practice
  • Bachelor of Forensic Science (Digital Forensics)
Diploma of Science
  • Bachelor of Advanced Science (Pre-Medicine)
  • Bachelor of Advanced Science (Quantum Technology) 
  • Bachelor of Environmental Biology
  • Bachelor of Forensic Science (Chemistry)
  • Bachelor of Forensic Science (Biology)
  • Bachelor of Forensic Science (Crime Scene Investigation)
  • Bachelor of Marine Biology and Climate Change
  • Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Medical Science (Medical and Health-related Sciences)
  • Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology)
  • Bachelor of Molecular Biotechnology
  • Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology or Medical Science)
  • Bachelor of Science (Flexible)
  • Bachelor of Science (Mathematics)
  • Bachelor of Science (Physics)
  • Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)
  • Bachelor of Science (Environmental Sciences)

The following courses are not available in Spring Session and next available in Autumn Session 2025:
  • Bachelor of Property Economics
  • Bachelor of Design in Fashion and Textiles
  • Bachelor of Design in Interior Architecture
  • Bachelor of Design in Product Design
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Games Development
  • Bachelor of Criminology Bachelor of Cybersecurity
  • Bachelor of Advanced Science (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
How do I submit an application on UTS My Student Portal? 
Please view the instructions on how to submit UTS College direct applications.

Please note, submitting an application under application types other than the UTS College Transfer applications, may delay your application being processed on time.
 
You will receive your outcome via email within 2 weeks of your application submission.
 
The course I want to apply for is not appearing on My Student Portal.   
If the course you want to apply for does not appear on the UTS Student Portal, it is due to one of the following reasons: 
  • The course you’re applying for is not on the articulation agreement. 
Note: Only courses on the articulation agreement are available on My Student Portal. View your relevant articulation agreement on UTS College Publications. Please view the agreement for the year you commenced your Diploma in.    
  • Applications are closed for the session you're applying for 
Note: For application opening and closing dates, please see Key Dates

To apply for other undergraduate courses not on the articulation agreement, you will need to submit a UAC application (opens an external site). You can view offer round dates on the UAC website.
 
I want to start at UTS later. What should I do? 
If you are eligible for an offer, UTS will make you an offer for the UTS session immediately following your final UTS College semester. If you want to take a break before starting at UTS, you won’t need to do anything once you’ve received the offer correspondence.

Once you’ve decided when you want to commence studies at UTS, you’ll need to submit an application on the UTS Student Portal. For application opening and closing dates, please see Key dates.  
 
My final GPA does not meet the minimum GPA requirement for my preferred UTS course. What can I do? 
You may be contacted to provide a personal statement to support your application to transfer to UTS.  

The faculty will assess your academic results and your personal statement and you will be advised of your outcome via email.  
 
Who should I contact for more information on transferring to UTS? 
In your final semester at UTS College, your first point of contact is your Student Success Advisers.  

Your Student Success Advisers can assist you with: 
  • Updating your UTS preference 
  • Offer release and application dates  
  • Enquiries related to your offer status or application 
  • Transferring to UTS in a later session 
 
If you have any questions related to enrolling or using UTS systems, please contact the UTS Student Centre.

International Students

How will I receive my UTS Letter of Offer?  
Eligible students will receive their Letter of Offer via email. A copy will be sent to your student email address, personal email address and nominated UTS agent (if appointed). If you need to update your contact details please email international.applications@uts.edu.au with a copy of your passport, UTS College Student Number and confirmation of your new email address.  
 
When will I receive my UTS Letter of Offer?  
Eligible students will receive their Letter of Offer via email usually within 2 weeks of your result release date.  
 
What is the due date to accept the offer?  
The due date to accept the offer will be listed on your Letter of Offer. International students must accept an offer before proceeding to orientation or enrolment.  
 
What do I need to provide to accept my offer?  
International students need to submit the completed acceptance form, passport copy, evidence of payment of the deposit (Flywire reference number or screenshot) and scholarship acceptance form (if eligible). Please ensure all documents are signed as per your passport. Acceptance documents can be submitted to your nominated agent or directly to UTS via the application portal or email.  
 
How do I change my course or major? 
If you have decided to change your UTS course or major you should contact reps@uts.edu.au immediately to request for your application to be reviewed for the new preference. You should request a change prior to completing your UTS College course. Course changes made after enrolling at UTS will need to be considered via an Internal Course Transfer (ICT).  
 
Changes to your course may impact your student visa. Please ensure that you inform the Department of Home Affairs regarding any changes to your enrolment.  
 
How can I see my subject exemptions after enrolling at UTS?  
Students eligible for credit recognition will notice that the subjects they are exempted from appear grey on their study plan via My Student Admin. You will not be able to enrol into subjects you have received exemption for.  
 
Who should I contact if I have more questions about my application before commencing at UTS? 
UTS International Student Centre 
Within Australia: +61 2 9514 1531 
E: international.applications@uts.edu.au  
In person: Level 3A, UTS Tower Building, 15 Broadway NSW 2007  
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm  
 
Who should I contact if I have more questions about my study plan after commencing at UTS? 
Building 10 Student Centre 
In person: Make an appointment  
Within Australia: 1300 ASK UTS (1300 275 887) 
Outside Australia: +61 2 9514 1222 
Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm  
 
You can also check the on-demand resources and enrolment advice available here.  
 
Who should I contact if I need an enrolment letter or new CoE once enrolled? 
UTS International Student Centre 
Within Australia: +61 2 9514 1531 
E: internationalstudent@uts.edu.au  
In person: Level 3A, UTS Tower Building, 15 Broadway NSW 2007  
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm