UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA

STUDYING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA IN LAUNCESTON GIVES STUDENTS A WORLD-CLASS EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN A VIBRANT AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY.

Students at the University’s Newnham and Inveresk campuses live and learn in a friendly and inclusive environment with spacious grounds and excellent facilities.

The Newnham campus is situated on the banks of the picturesque Tamar River, and offers access to regular public transport to the nearby city centre, a wide variety of shopping facilities within walking distance, and affordable student accommodation options both on and off campus.

Students also have ready access to comfortable flexible learning areas, interactive study environments, and a new sport and recreation centre.

Highlights of the Newnham campus include the Australian Maritime College, the only facility of its kind in Australia. The AMC attracts expert academics and students from around the globe with its multi-million dollar teaching and research facilities.

The Human Interface Technology Lab (HITLabAU) based at Newnham is unique in Australia. HITLabAU offers virtual reality technologies with a focus on cutting-edge design and games.

The University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery facilities include a state of the art simulation centre that enables students to participate in a range of simulation activities during their studies, helping them become job-ready graduates.

The University’s Inveresk campus is a dynamic creative hub which encompasses the School of Visual and Performing Arts and the School of Architecture and Design in impressively refurbished former tram sheds and stylish new buildings. Students at the Inveresk site study in an engaging inner-city cultural precinct that enables cross-fertilisation of ideas between the theatre, visual arts, and design disciplines.

In the near future the University will further expand the Inveresk site, with plans to build a new $260 million campus that includes student hubs, and research and innovation spaces, including a new Institute of Applied Science and Design.

Both now and in the future, the excellent facilities and friendly environment make the University of Tasmania’s Launceston campuses an attractive study destination for students locally, nationally, and internationally.

For more information, visit www.utas.edu.au