University of Tasmania: Statistics

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#410 of 14,131 In the World
#20 of 59 In Oceania
#18 of 40 In Australia
#34 of 1,021 For Publishing
Top50% For 208 other topics
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Quick Review

Acceptance rate
75%
Enrollment
33,879
Type
Non-profit
Funding
Public-private
partnership
Highest Degree
Doctorate
Website
www.utas.edu.au
Languages
English

Acceptance rate & Admissions

Acceptance Rate75%
Admissions RequirementsSecondary school certificate or recognized foreign equivalent, or previous tertiary studies in another tertiary institution
Academic CalendarFebruary to November (February - June; July-November)
Enrollment33,879

We've calculated the 75% acceptance rate for University of Tasmania based on the ratio of admissions to applications and other circumstantial enrollment data. Treat this information as a rough guide and not as a definitive measure of your chances of admission. Different programs may have significantly varying admissions rates.

Research profile

University of Tasmania is a world-class research university with 45,513 scientific papers published and 1,040,028 citations received. The research profile covers a range of fields, including Biology, Environmental Science, Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, Medicine, Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, Geology, Ecology, and Computer Science.

Publications
45,513
Citations
1,040,028

University of Tasmania majors

by publication & citation count

Biology
27,839 / 757,340
Environmental Science
26,094 / 674,147
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
23,146 / 450,413
Medicine
19,131 / 425,715
Chemistry
18,580 / 534,941
Engineering
17,372 / 417,758
Physics
16,029 / 400,569
Geology
15,949 / 473,418
Ecology
14,504 / 423,298
Computer Science
14,368 / 299,458
Geography and Cartography
14,110 / 323,752
Political Science
12,398 / 200,769
Psychology
11,822 / 250,141
Law
11,730 / 194,310
Sociology
11,650 / 225,681
Biochemistry
10,388 / 312,164
Genetics
9,767 / 287,072
Paleontology
9,617 / 284,214
Quantum and Particle physics
8,897 / 191,757
Mathematics
8,804 / 169,040
Philosophy
8,683 / 143,295
Pathology
8,442 / 206,521
History
7,871 / 134,721
Organic Chemistry
7,841 / 234,517
Business
7,135 / 107,026
Archaeology
6,914 / 127,573
Statistics
6,876 / 147,645
Economics
6,645 / 105,989
Materials Science
6,618 / 174,049
Oceanography
6,581 / 218,878
Botany
6,328 / 194,323
Psychiatry
5,944 / 141,917
Public Health
5,032 / 139,829
Wildlife and Fisheries Management & Conservation
4,728 / 143,734
Demography
4,505 / 133,698
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
4,235 / 74,095
Linguistics
4,172 / 66,897
Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
4,064 / 120,690
Art & Design
3,956 / 59,608
Development Studies
3,924 / 68,397

Annual publication & citation counts

Year Publications Citations
1990 259 1771
1991 238 1770
1992 261 1962
1993 319 2142
1994 352 2261
1995 396 2665
1996 419 3146
1997 484 3413
1998 453 3899
1999 451 4490
2000 566 5433
2001 599 6533
2002 538 7007
2003 660 9073
2004 691 9850
2005 686 11172
2006 839 12807
2007 1004 15395
2008 1027 16695
2009 1055 19488
2010 1146 22686
2011 1371 27383
2012 1568 31480
2013 1724 36556
2014 1943 41829
2015 2300 47654
2016 2417 52164
2017 2703 58810
2018 2568 64376
2019 2825 79652
2020 3102 99498
2021 3597 133661
2022 2823 132210
Academic rankings

Tuition

The tuition table for University of Tasmania gives an overview of costs but prices are approximate and subject to change and don't include accommodation, textbooks, or living expenses. The costs of programs might differ significantly for local and international students. The only source of truth for current numbers is the university's official website.

Program Domestic Tuition Fee (AUD) International Tuition Fee (AUD)
Bachelor of Arts 20,000 30,000
Bachelor of Business 25,000 35,000
Bachelor of Engineering 33,000 39,000
Bachelor of Science 27,000 37,000
Master of Business Administration 55,000 65,000
Master of Engineering 38,000 48,000
Master of Science 30,000 40,000

The University of Tasmania has financial aid programs and on-campus housing.

Programs and Degrees

The table below displays academic fields with programs and courses that lead to Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctorate degrees offered by University of Tasmania.

Note that the table provides a general overview and might not cover all the specific majors available at the university. Always visit the university's website for the most up-to-date information on the programs offered.

Programs Bachelor Master Doctoral
Art & Design Yes Yes Yes
Biology Yes Yes Yes
Business Yes Yes Yes
Chemistry Yes Yes Yes
Computer Science Yes Yes Yes
Economics Yes Yes Yes
Engineering Yes Yes Yes
Environmental Science Yes Yes Yes
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Yes Yes Yes
Mathematics Yes Yes Yes
Medicine Yes Yes Yes
Physics Yes Yes Yes
Psychology Yes Yes Yes

University of Tasmania alumni

  1. Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark

    Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark
    Born in
    Australia Flag Australia
    Years
    1972-.. (age 51)
    Enrolled in the University of Tasmania
    1990-1994 graduated with Bachelor of Commerce
    Occupations
    international forum participantbusinesspersonaccount manageraristocrataccount executive
    Biography

    Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat, is the wife of Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark. Frederik is the heir apparent to the throne, which means that, should he succeed, Mary will automatically become Queen consort of Denmark.

  2. Rianti Cartwright

    Rianti Cartwright
    Born in
    Indonesia Flag Indonesia
    Years
    1983-.. (age 40)
    Occupations
    modelactor
    Biography

    Rianti Rhiannon Cartwright is an Indonesian actress, model, presenter and VJ. She's best known for her leading role as 'Aisha' in a romantic religious Indonesian hit movie Ayat-Ayat Cinta (Verses of Love) in 2008 and become a VJ for MTV Indonesia since 2005.

  3. Richard Flanagan

    Richard Flanagan
    Born in
    Australia Flag Australia
    Years
    1961-.. (age 62)
    Occupations
    writerjournalistscreenwriternovelistfilm director
    Biography

    Richard Miller Flanagan is an Australian writer, who has also worked as a film director and screenwriter. He won the 2014 Man Booker Prize for his novel The Narrow Road to the Deep North.

  4. Bill Mollison

    Bill Mollison
    Born in
    Australia Flag Australia
    Years
    1928-2016 (aged 88)
    Occupations
    naturalistfarmerecologistenvironmentalistpsychologist
    Biography

    Bruce Charles "Bill" Mollison was an Australian researcher, author, scientist, teacher and biologist. In 1981, he was awarded the Right Livelihood Award "for developing and promoting the theory and practice of permaculture".

All 77 notable alumni

University of Tasmania faculties and divisions

College : Australian Maritime College Aquaculture, Marine Engineering, Marine Science and Oceanography, Marine Transport, Nautical Science, Naval Architecture, Transport Management
Faculty : Arts Classical Languages, European Studies, Furniture Design, Gender Studies, Geography, Latin, Medieval Studies, Political Sciences, Sculpture
Faculty : Business and Economics Business Administration, Economics, Hotel Management, Tourism
Faculty : Education Education, Health Education, Physical Education, Preschool Education, Primary Education, Science Education, Secondary Education
Faculty : Health Biomedicine, Health Administration, Medicine, Midwifery, Nursing, Pharmacy, Psychology, Public Health, Radiology
Faculty : Law Law
Faculty : Science, Engineering and Technology Agriculture, Architecture, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Furniture Design, Geography, Geology, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Marine Science and Oceanography, Mathematics, Physics, Plant Pathology, Psychology, Science Education, Surveying and Mapping, Zoology
Institute : Marine and Antarctic Studies Marine Biology, Marine Science and Oceanography

General information

Alternative names UTAS
Founded 1890
Motto Ingeniis Patuit Campus
Colors red, black

Location and contacts

Address Private Bag 51
Hobart, Tasmania, 7001
Australia
City population 222,000

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