The University of Tasmania

Hobart and Lauceston
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Tasmania made Lonely Planet’s top ten 'must visit' list for 2015 with the Guide noting that the state has a fresh, hip and inclusive attitude sparked by the brilliant revival of its cool waterfront capital, Hobart. Tasmania’s cosmopolitan lifestyle and a burgeoning arts culture, boosted by the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), makes it a must-go destination for tourists.

And it’s not just the festival and party scene that attracts people. Tasmanians breathe some of the world’s cleanest air and drink its purest water. Unpolluted coastal seas and rich, fertile soils enable them to produce the finest foods, wines and beers. Snorkelling, sailing, kayaking, diving, rock climbing, bushwalking, mountain bike riding, surfing – all are within a stone’s throw of the University's campuses and are easily accessible and affordable through the various Tasmanian University Union (TUU) clubs and societies.

This institution is represented by Study Options in the UK
  • Students at the Hobart campus. Photo credit: UTas

    Students at the Hobart campus. Photo credit: UTas

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