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2013 Dianne Leckie Memorial Scholarship
Congratulations to Hoang Duong Nguyen from Vietnam
The 2014 UTS:INSEARCH Dianne Leckie Memorial Scholarship
Hardworking business students acknowledged with prizes
Scholarship recognises diligent international student
Hyun Kim from South Korea has been awarded a scholarship
Engineers in high demand
Engineers are set for higher-than-average earnings
Vietnamese students show their creative flare
Vietnamese students have entered a photo competition
Academic English study tour
Students visit Cockatoo Island on study tour
UTS:INSEARCH and IEN sign partnership
A new partnership agreement has been officially signed
Indigenous students visit UTS and UTS:INSEARCH
Workshops for Indigenous high school students
Learning a language through cultural immersion
What is the best way to master a second language?
New scholarship announced
Myanmar Friendship Scholarships boost educational ties
UTS:INSEARCH Sponsors CAUSINDY
Fostering ties between Australia and Indonesia
UTS:INSEARCH Semester 1 Prize Award Ceremony
Recognising outstanding results
Count down to the HSC
Five hints to keep perspective as the first HSC exam approaches
Steve Wozniak accepts adjunct professorship at UTS.
Apple Computer co-founder Steve ‘Woz’ Wozniak has joined UTS
Don’t baulk at the batik
4 tips for doing business in Indonesia
Warm welcome for Scholarship winners
Indonesian scholarship recipients were warmly welcomed to Sydney
UTS:INSEARCH graduates acknowledged at UTS
Two graduates have received prizes.
20th anniversary of Australia Awards in Cambodia
UTS:INSEARCH supports anniversary celebration
Taking the stress out of university application time
Advice to HSC students awaiting results
New UTS Business School opens
Gehry-designed building officially opened
UTS:INSEARCH students welcomed to Sydney
Lord Mayor of Sydney welcomes international students.
Cook, talk, learn: keys to building educational exchange
Two Indonesian postgraduate students share their experience
Uniting Australia and China's brightest young entrepreneurial minds
UTS and UTS:INSEARCH partner to lead Entrepreneurship Thinktank
A love of architecture leads to academic success
High achieving students acknowledged at ceremony
2015 Scholarships announced for Former North Korean students
Helping students to study English in Sydney
High achieving students recognised at UTS Business School awards night
UTS:INSEARCH students acknowledged at awards ceremony
UTS CAMP Thinktank connects China-Australia entrepreneurs
Young Chinese and Australian professionals explore challenges
Memorial scholarship awarded to top student
Vietnamese student receives scholarship for UTS
UTS:INSEARCH graduates win UTS prizes
Engineering and IT students receive Spring Semester prizes
UTS:INSEARCH graduate wins Walkley Award
Congratulations Hagar Cohen
When ATAR door closed, another one opened for Claudia
How Claudia found another way into UTS
Fostering links between Australia and India
Supporting the Australia India Youth Dialogue
Setting a world record
UTS:INSEARCH students attend Biggest English Lesson
The best way to start your semester
Join us between 15-18 March for Orientation Week
International Women’s Day
Interviews with inspirational women
New scholarships for former North Korean students
Program supports Korean-Australian relations
Recognising outstanding results and achievements
Semester 3 Prize Giving Ceremony
Curiosity in business studies leads to scholarship success
UTS:INSEARCH Dianne Leckie Memorial Scholarship
NSW International Students of The Year
UTS:INSEARCH Graduate Bijay Sapkota named co-winner
Household Guide to Surviving Exam Time
How parents can support their child
Anna finds her way to UTS
Listen to her story in overcoming her ATAR
More than just your ATAR
Pathway option to preferred university course
You are not your ATAR
Jacson Patrick didn’t emerge from school with glowing results
Students Shine At Graduation
UTS:INSEARCH students and their friends and families celebrated the Semester 3 Graduation on 22 March 2017. The night recognised the success and achievements of students graduating from the Diplomas courses and completing the UTS Foundation Studies.
ATAR no barrier to achieving university success
UTS:INSEARCH admission works for students
Enter now and you could win the ultimate student prize.
Australia’s Deputy Consul General congratulates scholarship recipients
Australia’s Deputy Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City has awarded certificates to students receiving 40th Anniversary Friendship Scholarships.
Bridge to ambition
Sydney Morning Herald 7th October 2013 – Bridge to ambition: A diploma can enable higher study, writes Peta Doherty.
Building bridges between students, educators and business
Five influential organisations pledge help for students.
Celebrating academic and teaching excellence in business with UTS
UTS Prizes and Scholarships Award Ceremony 2014
EIC partners with UTS:INSEARCH
China's largest education agency partners with UTS:INSEARCH.
Chinese New Year at UTS:INSEARCH
UTS:INSEARCH welcomed the Year of the Horse.
Design, engineering and business popular choices
The diploma courses that students select indicate which fields of study appeal to many young people, and highlight what are likely to be popular career choices in the future.
Energising Indian students to studying science in Sydney
UTS is encouraging Indian students to take up science.
English Language Teachers in Cambodia
English Language Teachers in Cambodia.
Find your way to an information session
UTS:INSEARCH Information Evenings are coming up. This is a great opportunity for students to find out about the different study options available, explore our new state-of-the-art facilities and gain invaluable insights by talking to UTS:INSEARCH Program Managers, current students, alumni and academic staff.
Finding your path to university and your career
UTS:INSEARCH is gearing up to help those who want to explore ways to get into the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
Professional networking for women in STEM
UTS:INSEARCH to UTS Pathways Scholarship
The 2013 Pathways Scholarship has been awarded to Viviene Ding
Information Evening for Year 12 students and their parents
The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is hosting three Information Evenings for Year 12 students and their parents at the City and Kuring-gai Campuses.
Keep calm and know your options
Rowan Kunz, an HSC motivational speaker, has some advice for year 12 students.
Networking for success
Tips and advice to help get you started.
New partnership between UTS:INSEARCH, UTS and Universitas Multimedia Nusantara
Pathways for Indonesian students
Scholarship announced for former North Korean students
The scholarships will enable two students to study English.
Sichuan & NSW Education Roundtable:Learning together
UTS:INSEARCH co-hosts educational roundtable in Chengdu, China
Students who missed out can still go to university
Pathway program offers hope to students.
Supporting sustainable living in India with Pollinate
Volunteering in India with Pollinate.
UTS:INSEARCH at the Australia India Youth Dialogue
Alex Murphy attends the Australia India Youth Dialogue.
UTS: International Information Day
An information day for international students on 22 May.
UTS:INSEARCH Alumni tour of Asia
UTS:INSEARCH Alumni tour included 5 countries and 7 cities across Asia
High Achievers’ Leadership Program Launch
UTS:INSEARCH launch skills program in Shanghai for high-achieving Chinese students
UTS’s Professor Nguyen encourages students to study engineering
Professor Hung Nguyen has toured Vietnam with UTS:INSEARCH.
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