We want to make your first experience of UTS College as smooth and enjoyable as possible. So, we take care of enrolment for you – but there are still some important things to know about.
Read through the information on this page to find out about the enrolment process, classes and English levels, timetables and more.
As an English language student, you do not need to enrol.
UTS College will finalise your enrolment once you arrive to start your program and you will be sent an email with a link to your timetable information. This will happen during your first week at UTS College.
You will need to activate your UTS email accounts before we finalise your enrolment for you. This will allow you to receive important emails from us – like your timetable link – and it will give you access to all the UTS College systems and networks you will need while you study.
You can activate your account no matter where you are.
Find out about what systems you will have access to, and activate your UTS email account here.
English classes are divided into levels, and you will start your studies at a level that reflects your current English language capabilities. The length of your English program will vary according to your IELTS, TOEFL, TOEFL IBT, PTE, Linguaskill or VEPT test results and whether you want to then move to a UTS College academic program or to UTS.
If you have updated English scores from other English study completed after you submitted your application, be sure to provide any official documentation you have on the first day of orientation so that we can make sure you are placed in the correct class.
If you do not have a current IELTS or TOEFL test result, you will need to complete the UTS College placement test in the morning of your first day.
Use the table below to find out which level you may begin your studies at, and the minimum number of weeks you will need to study English before starting your UTS College program.
The information above is based on UTS College academic advice. In some countries, Australian immigration guidelines may determine the length of English study. Please check first with your local Australian immigration office for your country’s guidelines.
You are required to attend classes 5 times per week, 4 hours each day, in the morning or afternoon, depending on which level of English you are required to study, and which class you are placed into.
After you are enrolled, you can check your timetable whenever you need to on the eStudent site.
If you think you should be in a higher class or have any concerns about your timetable, you can contact our friendly Study Success Advisers for advice.
Sometimes your circumstances might change and you will need to adjust your enrolment, cancel it, or withdraw. Changes should be made as early as possible.
For advice and assistance with changing your enrolment, visit us at the Student Centre.
(+61 2) 9218 8666
Ground Floor 187 Thomas Street (Blue Building) Haymarket, NSW 2000
Monday to Friday (9 am – 5 pm) except Public Holidays.
For individual contact details, please visit the Advisers page.