Want a first-year college experience with a difference?

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UTS Insearch launches a program with a unique combination of academic support, small class sizes and practical learning

A new campaign for UTS and its pathway UTS Insearch launches this month for international markets, including India to boost interest in the Australian education sector which has been impacted by COVID-19 travel restrictions.

Information shared throughout the campaign will include details about UTS’s strong industry focus, enviable research reputation, student-focused learning in both face-to-face and remote learning styles, and impressive graduate employability rating.

UTS Business School

While cementing its reputation as Australia’s No.1 Young University, UTS has worked consistently to achieve success in academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact. It was recently ranked the top 150 in the world in the 2021 QS World University Rankings and No.1 in QS Top 50 under 50.

The campaign also highlights the advantages of students starting their UTS journey through UTS Insearch in Sydney, with international partners across China, Indonesia, Myanmar, South Korea, Vietnam or at its wholly owned Sri Lanka campus.

UTS Insearch offers a first-year experience with a difference—a unique combination of academic support, small class sizes and practical learning. It’s the start to an ‘incredible UTS experience’.

“Our emphasis on student-centred learning in a supportive environment creates a firm foundation for success at university and beyond,” says Peter Harris, Chief Officer, Partnerships and Growth, at UTS Insearch.

“It all adds up to an incredible first-year experience. International students can be confident they are receiving high-quality Australian university education. When students begin their experience with a UTS Insearch course in Sydney or with our transnational education partners, they are already part of UTS and starting their journey.”

“When they get to UTS the experience continues—with practical learning, real industry case-studies and many entrepreneurial opportunities,” says Mr Harris.

UTS Central

Starting in August, the multifaced campaign will engage students in a variety of social media initiatives, offer virtual events and communication and information to help future students discover more about studying in Australia.

“I love the collaborative vibe in Sydney, where entrepreneurs work side-by-side with artists,” says Jeanne, who studies engineering at UTS. It’s inspiring. It feels like anything is possible.”

Another student, Quynh Lu, who came from Vietnam to study Business at UTS says, “Living in a cosmopolitan city like Sydney means that I can meet students from all over the world in my classes.”

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