Sydney, Australia (PR):
UTS Insearch, the trusted pathway provider for UTS, Australia’s number one young university, is embracing a new name to better reflect its role as a university college. Moving forward, UTS Insearch will be known as UTS College* (while remaining UTS Insearch Limited as a corporate entity).
Exciting opportunities ahead
Managing Director, Alex Murphy, said the new name highlights the long-standing relationship with UTS that has provided domestic and international students a pathway to university. “As UTS College,” he says, “we will continue to offer the same unique combination of academic support, small class sizes, and practical learning. After a challenging year, we’re excited about the opportunities that lie ahead.”
UTS College will continue to deliver the deep expertise in transitional education that transforms lives of 1500 students each year from Australia and 75 countries around the world. Mr Murphy said, “And in keeping with our vision to actualise potential and enhance lives through the power of learning, our caring support and high-quality education continues to bring out the best in our students and helps them realise their potential in undergraduate and, very soon, postgraduate study.”
About UTS and UTS College
UTS is a dynamic and innovative university, ranked 1st as Australia’s top young university in the 2021 QS Top 50 under 50, and is ranked the top 150 in the world overall – reflecting its strength in employability, research, teaching and internationalisation.
Many students choose to go to UTS by enrolling at UTS College, where they develop the knowledge, skills, and experience to succeed in their university study and beyond. Students can select from a range of academic programs at UTS College, and many can fast-track into their second year of study at UTS**, depending on their grades and the course chosen.
* The transition to the UTS College name should be complete by March 2021, and until that time both names may appear.
** Depending on the course chosen and required Grade Point Average or not no more than two subject failures.