Learn to think Tasmanian

It’s different in Tasmania, and we have learned to embrace it - to make it our strength. Our cities are fun and beautiful, yet they are among the safest in the world. We are never far from the wilderness and its special animals, the land and sea, clean air and clean water.

In Tasmania, you can hear yourself think yet you won’t feel alone. We want to know your name.

We have the highest percentage of scientists in the Southern Hemisphere, with specialties in marine and Antarctic studies, in renewable energy and climate change, population health, and a culture of invention and cooperation no matter what you choose to study, and then become.

You can make your career here, in a Tasmanian enterprise or in an economy that will encourage you to start your own venture. Or you can take Tasmanian thinking with you, wherever you go.

International Students

Government education providers

If you’re ready to embark on an once-in-a-lifetime journey to live and study in Tasmania, you’re in the right place.

Government Education and Training International (GETI) specialises in connecting international students with flexible education, skills and qualifications from Tasmanian Government public schools and TasTAFE.

Menzies Centre
International Students

Private training organisations

The Australian Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) lists all Australian education providers that offer courses to people studying in Australia on student visas.

Seana Gall

“People often said to me, ‘there’s no jobs in marine science', but it's not true. Tasmania has one of the highest percentages of marine scientists of anywhere on earth.”

Joanna Smart
Marine scientist and photographer
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Joanna Smart