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THE UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA IS VISITING THE MIDDLE EAST
25 Sep - 1 Oct 2018

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1. The OECD Better life index ranking is based on eleven factors, including life satisfaction and health.
Australia has been ranked number one, in the 2015 results, with Canada fifth, USA seventh and the UK twelfth.
2. Australia tops the list in the United Nations 
Human Development Index, where it is placed second after Norway, while UK ranks in at 14.
3.  The University of Tasmania was placed in the top 300 universities in the world by 
Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016.
4. Hobart is the second friendliest town in the world, according to the readers of Conde Nast Traveler in a 2013 survey.

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Ranked in the Top 10 research universities in Australia (1)

Ranked in the Top 300 in the world (2)

One of Australia's premier university for teaching excellence (3)

Smaller classes, personalised attention and ready access to lecturers (4)

95,000 graduates over the past 128 years

Generous scholarship program exclusive to international students

Meet us face to face and learn about your study options, and what it is like to live in Tasmania, Australia. Please bring your relevant academic documents (including degree transcripts / certificates, English test results etc.) and a copy of your passport so we can assist you with your application.

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Lara joined the University of Tasmania in 2017 after eight years working within corporate recruitment. Throughout her recruiting career, she has been responsible developing specialist areas through her strong business development, sales and client engagement skills. Lara caught the travel bug after living in Switzerland in 2007 and has travelled to many countries since then. She is excited to be able to engage with students directly or through our agent networks from her various regions, to help them secure a place at the University of Tasmania.   

Lara gebka
International Recruitment Officer
International Student Recruitment
 

Vera previously worked in the public sector including Hobart City Council and other Government agencies. Vera is Chinese Australian and is also UTAS alumni. Her role is to act as a liaison and assist with the coordination between education agents, international students and the University throughout the entire recruitment journey. Vera is passionate about providing support and assistance to international students to ensure they have a wonderful experience at the University of Tasmania.   

Vera Liu 
International Recruitment Officer 
North Asia 

Ben has worked at University of Tasmania for over 7 years which has included 4 years within Graduate Research. Therefore, he is happy to support you with not only coursework enquiries but also graduate research enquiries. Having worked in the Education sector/training Industry for over 12 years, he believes that quality education improves outcomes for the individual, their organisations and the wider community in general. Ben travels regularly within Australia and South East Asia providing guidance to international students in finding the right study options to suit their goals.  

BEN MILLET 
Regional Regional Development Coordinator (in SE Asia) Regional Development Officer (in Australia) 

Mona completed her Bachelor of Business and Master of Professional Accounting at the University of Tasmania as an international student. This lead onto a successful two years as an accountant. During this time Mona successfully become an Australian citizen before returning to the University of Tasmania as a Regional Development Officer with the International Recruitment team and looks after the Middle East and Africa region providing guidance to international students and agents.   

Mona MALEKI 
Regional Development Officer
International Student Recruitment