The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) offers international, innovative and industry-relevant education in the heart of the global city of Sydney. The UTS campus is a five-minute walk from Central Station, Sydney's major transport hub, and is close to restaurants and cafes.
UTS offers practical learning in world-class facilities. At UTS, students place their knowledge in a real-world context, through major projects, extensive group work and real-life case studies. Our students are equipped with as much hands-on experience as possible, developing the knowledge and skills valued by employers.
More than 150 companies partner with UTS to provide resources, expertise and work placement opportunities. Many of our teachers are experts in their field, so students are exposed to the most relevant and up-to-date knowledge and skills.
Our courses are also continually updated to reflect developments in research, technology and industry. Many are also accredited by a wide range of professional associations, giving our students the capacity to work internationally.
UTS is the number one young university in Australia according to the 2017 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings and the 2016-17 QS Top 50 Under 50.
UTS ranks in the top 400 universities in the world in the 2016 Academic Ranking of World Universities (AWRU) by Shanghai Jiao Tong University. In the most recent QS™ Stars rating system, UTS was awarded five stars.
UTS provides a vibrant and engaging campus environment where students can learn, study and socialise. The iconic Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, Australia’s only Frank Gehry-designed building, provides teaching, learning and research spaces for the UTS Business School. Our Engineering and IT Building features a 3D data visualisation arena, Disruptive Design Lab, Software Development Studio and other specialist laboratories. The Science and Graduate School of Health Building features a mix of collaborative teaching spaces and specialist laboratories, as well as a multi- disciplinary Super Lab, where a range of sciences can be taught simultaneously.
The UTS campus facilitates our unique approach to learning — an integration of the best of online and face-to-face, on-campus collaborative learning. There are spaces designed for team projects, collaborative theatres, hybrid classrooms and quiet spaces for individual study.
UTS offers scholarships for international students, available university-wide or for study in particular faculties. For more information, visit www.int-scholarships.uts.edu.au.
UTS offers more than 180 undergraduate and 190 postgraduate courses, as well as study abroad and research programs in the following study areas:
UTS provides comprehensive support services for international students, many of which are free. Our services include English language and academic support, health and housing services, as well as a multi-faith prayer room.
Students can join more than 100 clubs, covering a range of social, cultural and sporting interests. Our peer network program encourages students to connect with others from Australia and around the world. International students can engage with the community of UTS and Sydney through day trips, cultural events and volunteering activities as part of our Community Connections program.
The UTS Careers Service offers resources and tools to equip students with key employability skills. Students can benefit from career consulting, work-ready programs and assistance in finding work opportunities.