As the country’s fastest-growing university, Torrens University Australia brings a fresh approach to higher education, with employability at the centre of everything we do. A progressive university that fosters passion, we take a strengths-based approach to teaching. Recognising individuality and potential as better indicators of future success than exam scores, we no longer consider ATAR our primary entry requirement*. Our focus on transferable soft skills means everyone has the chance to achieve their academic and career goals.
Built on the strong foundations of our distinguished schools and colleges, such as Billy Blue College of Design and Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School, Torrens University offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses designed with and for industry.
Our future-focused courses in Business, Design and Creative Technology, Health and Hospitality are taught by leading experts and delivered on campus, online and as a blend of both. With locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide, our national campus network and flexible study options allow students to tailor their learning journey.
Academic staff and industry partners help students bridge the gap between study and work. Our small lecture sizes and personalised approach to teaching ensures students develop strong, relevant skills and thrive in their chosen field. We offer partnerships with industry, allowing students to complete practical experience with some of the most influential brands on the planet.
Accessing cutting-edge facilities and technology while gaining genuine insights in situations that reflect their future workplaces, students develop the competitive edge to help land their dream career. Many of our graduates secure employment at companies they’ve collaborated with or through connections they’ve made during their time with us.
From enrolment through to graduation, students are supported every step of the way by a passionate network of Success Coaches. Offering guidance and encouragement, our coaches help students excel in their studies and create the right trajectory for their chosen career.
At Torrens University, we give students the tools they need to create their own success.
Call 1300 575 803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like one of our Course and Careers Advisors to visit your school.
*Exceptions may apply to some courses.
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Tuesday 17 August 2021
To be offered a place in a course at Torrens University Australia you must meet the minimum entry requirements listed in one or more of the following categories as well as satisfy English language requirements. The entry requirements for all courses are listed under the course pages on Torrens University website.
Applicants with recent secondary education (within the past two years)
Applicants who have completed an Australian secondary school certificate or overseas Year 12 equivalent within the past two years may be considered for admission. Recent school leavers whose education and performance were interrupted or impacted (eg. disability, illness, family circumstances) will be given special consideration.
Applicants with higher education study
Applicants who have completed higher education may be considered for admission. This may include fully or partially completed qualifications, bridging or enabling programs and some subjects.
Current or Previous Students at Torrens University Australia
Current Torrens University Australia students who wish to transfer to a new course must complete the ‘Application for Course Transfer’ form. For more information, contact Torrens University.
Applicants with vocational education and training (VET) study
Applicants who have completed vocational education study may be considered for admission. This may include fully or partially completed qualifications, units of competency, mix of formal and informal study and/or non-formal learning.
To discuss your eligibility before submitting an application to QTAC, contact Torrens University.
Applicants with overseas qualifications
Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia with overseas qualifications can contact Torrens University to discuss their eligibility and for information on how their qualifications will be assessed for entry.
Applicants with work and life experience (includes those who left secondary education more than two years ago)
Applicants who completed secondary education more than two years ago may be considered for admission if they have relevant work or life experience. This may include self-tuition, community and leisure activities, volunteering and industry experience.
Other Admission Options
Torrens University has a number of admission pathways, which may allow you to receive an offer for a degree or diploma even though you may not meet the published entry requirements For more information about admission pathways, contact Torrens University.
QTAC applicants are notified of their offer by email and must respond to their offer online by the due date. Applicants accepting their offer can enrol at Torrens university via a link in their offer letter, call 1300 575 803 or email email@example.com
Fees and scholarships
The offer letter will list the indicative fees for your course. Click here to find out more.
Domestic students applying for undergraduate study may apply through QTAC.
International students apply through Torrens University.
Students considering postgraduate study should contact Torrens University to find out how to apply for their chosen course.
Student and campus services
Torrens University Australia has a range of student support services. These include counselling, academic assistance and learning support, employment and career advice, international student advisers and an airport reception program. Campus facilities include a computing centre and recreation facilities.
To find out more, visit Torrens University website.
Sydney campuses are located in Ultimo, The Rocks, Pyrmont and Town Hall. The Torrens University Language Centre (TULC) is located in Kent Street, Sydney. The Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School’s Leura Campus is located 1.5 hours from Sydney in the Blue Mountains and provides accommodation for their undergraduate students. Melbourne is home to our Flinders Street campus and Fitzroy campus. Adelaide also hosts a multiple faculty campus.
To find out more about these campuses, visit Torrens University website.
The university supports a variety of student organisations and clubs for students to become involved in campus life.
Services and support for students with disabilities
Torrens University Australia has dedicated support services for students with disabilities and special needs. To find out more, visit Torrens University website.
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