The University of Tasmania offers great courses in an extraordinary location, and teaching is supported by world-leading research, so students know that they’re getting direct access to the best expertise. The courses give students the opportunity to explore nature and access adventure while they study, through field work and hands-on learning experiences that take them underwater, overseas and across this incredible island. No matter which University of Tasmania campus students choose to study at, they will be close to stunning wilderness and part of a vibrant and supportive community.
The University of Tasmania’s main Launceston campus is located in the suburb of Newnham, a short drive or bike ride from Launceston’s city centre and overlooks the Tamar River. It is serviced by regular public transport and is close to local shopping centres. The Newnham campus is home to the Australian Maritime College, Australia’s national centre for maritime education and training, which is renowned for its world-class teaching and research facilities. The Inveresk campus is located adjacent to the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery at the cultural precinct at Inveresk near Launceston’s inner city. The campus is home to the School of Creative Arts and Media and the renowned School of Technology, Environments and Design.