The University of Tasmania is delighted to offer an incredible offer to study the Master of Information and Technology Systems (MITS) in Launceston.
Special fee and accommodation offer for Launceston IT students
If you apply to study Master of Information and Technology Launceston in Launceston this coming semester and you are one of the first 100 eligible students to accept your offer you could receive guaranteed accommodation and a reduction in fees.*
An accommodation and fee package? Just in case you missed we’ll repeat what’s on offer to the first 100 students who apply now and accept their offer for semester 2, 2018:
- Guaranteed single-room accommodation in university accommodation for two years at half the advertised price; AND
- 10% off your annual registered tuition fees for one academic year, if you are not a recipient of our generous TIS scholarship!*
If you are awarded the TIS you will still receive the guaranteed accommodation component. Win-win!
Don’t miss out. This package is only available for students commencing MITS in semester 2 2018 who have not yet accepted their offers and there are only 100 available spots. Apply now with a Sofiri education expert.
What else do you need to know? Well, apart from this being an incredible deal financially speaking, it also offers you a pretty special lifestyle in Tasmania’s north. Launceston, the second biggest city in Tassie, has amazing food and wine culture – it’s the home of Festivale, the fabulous annual food and wine festival; the city is the gateway to the delicious Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail; there are more vineyards in the Tamar Valley than can be counted, and the city has an enviable café culture.
Launceston is also the perfect launching pad for the outdoors. Tasmania’s famous East Coast, including the Lonely Planet star-rating Bay of Fires is only a couple of hours drive away as is the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain. Skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and rock climbing are all possible from the city.
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This blog post was written and originally published by the University of Tasmania on https://blogs.utas.edu.au/international