UTS sees the diversity of its student community as a positive feature of university life.
UTS provides educational access schemes to ensure that people from the widest range of backgrounds have an opportunity to access its courses.
Taking into account a range of educational disadvantages that may have impacted on their most recent academic performance, the following schemes assist applicants to gain entry to UTS courses:
- inpUTS educational access scheme
for recent school leavers and students with post-secondary qualifications
- UTS special admission schemes
for applicants who have previously enrolled in a university course, and for refugees who may not have access to documentation of their past education
- UTS refugee access guide
for applicants who have had a refugee experience or people seeking asylum in Australia
- Jumbunna Direct Entry Program is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants
- UTS: Principals' Recommendation Scheme
UTS offer some support services for educational access scheme students, and a wide range of support services to all UTS student.