The UTS College Graduate Certificate in Technology Practice will give you the confidence, knowledge and skills you need to take your professional qualifications to the next level. On successful completion, you'll receive 24 credit points as Recognition of Prior Learning towards a:

 

offered by the UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT). Built on a blended learning model, the program combines high-energy Live Online classes, independent study, and face-to-face learning (when it’s safe to do so).

Additional scholarships available for the Standard Program for a limited time only. Conditions apply. Ask your agent for details.

 

Over the course of one or two semesters*, you’ll:

  • learn how to manage the development and implementation of technology solutions and systems
  • construct a research report which demonstrates synthesis of information, critical thinking, and the logical arguing of your point of view
  • work on real-world design challenges using a design-thinking framework.
 

You’ll also develop a full industry project proposal, perfect your English and academic skills, and gain new industry perspectives.

 

Speak to your Education Agent to apply today.

 

*Depending on your level of English literacy.

How do the Graduate Certificates compare?

FeesA$23,500
Scholarships available. Ask your agent for details.
Duration8 months - 2 semesters
CRICOS code103560M
Entry requirements

Choose country or region where you completed secondary schooling

Academic

Students wishing to articulate to the Master of Engineering (Extension), need to have completed a 4-year degree at undergraduate level in relevant discipline.

Students wishing to articulate to the Master of Professional Engineering, need to have completed a 3-year degree at undergraduate level in engineering.

Students wishing to articulate to the master’s degrees in IT, need to have completed a 3-year degree at undergraduate level, either in information technology (for the Master of Information Technology Extension) or non-IT (for the Master of Information Technology).

Students wishing to articulate to the Master of Data Science and Innovation need to have completed an associate degree (AQF6) or higher in one of the following disciplines: Information Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, Engineering and related technologies, Accounting, Business and Management, Banking, Finance and related Fields or Economics and Econometrics.

Academic

If you do not meet the academic requirements consider our UTS Foundation Studies.

English

IELTS 6.0 overall with 6.0 in writing or UTS College Academic English level 4 (AEL4) or equivalent.

If you do not meet the English requirements consider our English Language Courses or our Extended Diploma

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Articulation Requirements from Foundation to UTS

Graduate Certificate in Technology Practice

For guaranteed articulation to the master's courses offered by the UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT noted above, you will need to have completed the Graduate Certificate in Technology Practice with no more than 25 percent recorded fails. In the case of the Master of Data Science and Innovation, you will need to have a GPA of at least 4.0 on a 7.0 GPA Scale with no more than 25 per cent recorded fails. 

 

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FeesA$22,000
Scholarships available. Ask your agent for details.
Duration4 months - 1 semester
CRICOS code103561K
Entry requirements

Choose country or region where you completed secondary schooling

Academic

Students wishing to articulate to the Master of Engineering (Extension), need to have completed a 4-year degree at undergraduate level in relevant discipline.

Students wishing to articulate to the Master of Professional Engineering, need to have completed a 3-year degree at undergraduate level in engineering.

Students wishing to articulate to the master’s degrees in IT, need to have completed a 3-year degree at undergraduate level, either in information technology (for the Master of Information Technology Extension) or non-IT (for the Master of Information Technology).

Students wishing to articulate to the Master of Data Science and Innovation need to have completed an associate degree (AQF6) or higher in one of the following disciplines: Information Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, Engineering and related technologies, Accounting, Business and Management, Banking, Finance and related Fields or Economics and Econometrics.

Academic

If you do not meet the academic requirements consider our UTS Foundation Studies.

English

IELTS 6.5 overall with 6.0 in writing or UTS College Academic English level 5 (AEL5) or equivalent.

If you do not meet the English requirements consider our English Language Courses or our Extended Diploma

General
Articulation Requirements from Foundation to UTS

Graduate Certificate in Technology Practice

For guaranteed articulation to the master's courses offered by the UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT noted above, you will need to have completed the Graduate Certificate in Technology Practice with no more than 25 percent recorded fails. In the case of the Master of Data Science and Innovation, you will need to have a GPA of at least 4.0 on a 7.0 GPA Scale with no more than 25 per cent recorded fails. 

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Course intake & start dates

Semester 2 intake 15 June 2021 16 July 2021
Semester 3 intake 27 September 2021 29 October 2021

Orientation dates

Semester 2: 15-18 June 2021
Semester 3: 27 September - 1 October 2021