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Established in 1890, the University of Tasmania is a public research university located in Tasmania, Australia. It was the fourth university to be established in the country. It is sandstone university and is a member of the International Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning. The University of Tasmania has three main generalist campuses: Sandy Bay, Newnham and the Cradle Coast campuses, and numerous satellite campuses.
The university comprises of 4 faculties, 1 college: College of Arts, Law and Education (School of Creative Arts; School of Humanities; School of Social Sciences; Faculty of Law; and Faculty of Education); Tasmanian School of Business and Economics; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Health (School of Medicine; School of Health Sciences); Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology (School of Physical Sciences; School of Engineering and ICT; School of Architecture and Design; School of Land and Food; and School of Biological Sciences). The university also operates 3 institutes: Australian Maritime College; Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies; and Menzies Research Institute Tasmania. It offers more than 100 undergraduate (bachelor) degrees, and more than 150 postgraduate programs from Graduate Certificates through to Masters and research programs.