To support the UTS Pathways Scholarship and help overseas students thrive when they apply for their UTS undergraduate degrees, UTS developed this scholarship. International students who exemplify the university’s basic values and can prove a dedication to excellence, creativity, entrepreneurship, and social justice will be given the scholarship.
About the University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia is home to the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), a public research university. The institution was established in its current form in 1988, while it is thought to have historical roots dating back to the 1830s. Through its 9 faculties and schools, UTS will have 45,221 students enrolled by the year 2021.
According to the 2021 QS World University Rankings Young Universities, the university is one of the top young (less than 50 years old) universities in the world, coming in at number 11 globally and first in Australia.
UTS is a founding member of Universities Australia, a member of the Worldwide Universities Network, and a member of the Australian Technology Network. The Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts, the first continually operating mechanics’ institute in Australia, was founded in 1833 and is where the University of Technology Sydney got its start. The Sydney Technical College was established in 1882 after the NSW government took control of the Workingman’s College, which the School had founded in the 1870s.
An Act to create an Institute of Technology was approved by the NSW Parliament in 1940, and the New South Wales Institute of Technology (NSWIT) was founded in 1964 as a result. The NSW Institute of Business Studies and the NSW Institute of Technology merged in 1968. The first law school in New South Wales outside of universities was founded by NSWIT in 1976. In 1985, the Haymarket campus made its formal debut.
UTS was placed 9th in Australia and 137th overall in the 2023 QS World University Rankings. According to the 2023 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, UTS is rated 133rd globally and ninth in Australia. In the 2022 U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities Rankings, UTS was placed 127th globally and 9th in Australia. The university is listed in the 2021 Academic Ranking of World Universities between positions 201 to 300.
UTS Pathways Scholarship pays 50% of the cost of tuition.
UTS Pathways Scholarship – Eligibility
A candidate must satisfy each requirement listed below to be considered for the UTS Pathways Scholarship:
- Must have earned a UTS College Diploma in Sydney with an overall GPA of 6.0 or higher; Must be an international student (not an Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen, or permanent resident of Australia);
- meet the requirements for admission to the UTS undergraduate degree program of choice; and
- After finishing their UTS College Diploma course, students must begin their undergraduate studies at UTS in the following intake. To be eligible, all candidates must apply via the UTS online Scholarships Application form.
Interview date, Process, and Venue for UTS Pathways Scholarship
The following factors will be taken into consideration when choosing a recipient:
- Personal experience and achievement, including but not limited to examples of community service, innovation, or entrepreneurship, as demonstrated in the Scholarship application;
- Motivation to succeed in your chosen UTS degree program; Commitment to using your UTS degree to help your community; and
- Motivation to succeed in your chosen UTS degree program as demonstrated by the Scholarship application.
- An additional consideration for academic merit may be made based on UTS College Diploma grades.
Interested in the UTS Pathways Scholarship and eligible? To apply, visit the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) at forms.uts.edu.au.
Every applicant must submit the online application form. Applications that are late or incomplete won’t be taken into account.
To learn more, go to the UTS website.
Application Deadline: June 30, 2023
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