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The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is located in the heart of Sydney’s vibrant entrepreneurial and creative precinct. Sydney is recognised worldwide for its beauty, innovation, and incredible natural surroundings.
This dynamic city has it all, from its iconic harbour front Opera House to Royal Botanic Gardens, its bustling precincts and is surrounded by some of the most famous beaches and waterways in the world.
This is the spectacular city that UTS calls home.
UTS is a leading public university, recognised for its research-based curricula, cutting-edge facilities and tech-driven spaces, culturally diverse campus and global impact.
UTS has the resources, support services, experience and expertise to help students succeed, whether they choose to study on-campus, start online or a blend of both.
Equipped with the latest technologies, this purpose-built campus has been designed to inspire.
Background on UTS
Located in one of the most dynamic parts of the city, this campus is surrounded by over 70 per cent of Sydney’s creative and digital industries.
UTS is committed to the success of all students, staff, and partners. UTS values and celebrates innovation and inclusivity.
UTS is committed to advancing knowledge through research-inspired teaching and in direct partnership with industry professionals and communities.
Every year UTS welcomes over 5,000 new international students to UTS. These international students come to the beautiful city of Sydney, from over 120 different countries, bringing to this campus a diverse array of perspectives, backgrounds, and skills.
The UTS campus includes five student residences, two childcare centres, and many more facilities designed to support the international community.
The UTS campus is world-renowned for its architecture and sustainable design, industry hubs, and smart technologies.
UTS successfully moved all teaching online, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and many students are still commencing their studies remotely.
UTS is working on reactivating its campus for a safe and eventual return to face-to-face mode, in line with state and Australian government guidelines and health advice. The university continues to provide online study options, resources and support for students who need them.
UTS offers a range of programs designed to help students thrive from academic and career support to leadership skills development, a peer network support system, and special focus initiatives.
Support and mentorship
Women in Engineering and IT programs
Extensive network for finding a professional mentor
Connections and organic conversations between mentees and professional mentors
UTS Career Hub – one-stop shop for finding a job (hundreds advertised each week)
Employer network interested in hiring UTS students
Career Action Plan assistance
Online study support amidst the Covid-19 pandemic
Academic support, such as one-to-one assignment and study help, small study groups, workshops
IT support, such as for Zoom classes, other collaborative learning tools and online exams
Other student services, including health, wellbeing, financial and legal support
Socialising and connection - Join fun online extracurricular activities and events with clubs and societies
Opportunities abound on the UTS campus, for students to get involved, advance their skill set and gain industry connections during their studies. UTS courses are developed in direct communication and collaboration with industry leaders to ensure that coursework is relevant, current, and applicable to the real world.
Practical education and industry connections
Courses are developed and reviewed in consultation with relevant industries, ensuring that students’ coursework has real-world application, and is reflective of the changing needs of their chosen profession.
Students are able to participate in industry-run competitions.
Students may undertake a workplace internship or placement as part of a degree.
Many UTS degrees are industry-accredited meaning the degree will be recognised nationally and internationally.
Whether it’s internships, lectures, or location-based learning, every UTS student has access to a world of opportunities.
Research, innovation and the future
UTS is a future-focused research university with an emphasis on technology, creativity, and social disruption.
The Key Technology Partnerships Program is responding to the expectations of the industry by building unique, long-lasting relationships with research partners.
Discovery, problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity are key features of all UTS programs.