UTS is the number 1 young university in Australia according to the QS World University Rankings Top 50 Under 50.
UTS degrees have a distinctive focus on practice-oriented learning, quality teaching and high-impact research. We ensure that our students graduate with as much hands-on experience as possible, making them attractive to employers.
UTS offers innovative education that responds to the needs of a rapidly changing world, with courses designed to be highly relevant to industry and taught with important global issues in mind. UTS students are exposed to cutting-edge and industry-standard technology.
Strong ties to industry
Industry professionals advise on curriculum to ensure UTS courses remain relevant and up-to-date. UTS academics are also closely connected to industry, with many academics recognised internationally in their respective fields.
A flexible, supportive learning environment
UTS understands the pressures students face balancing study, work and personal life. Many UTS courses can be studied on a part-time basis, in block mode, or even fast-tracked by undertaking extra subjects in a summer semester. A wide range of professional services are provided to UTS students, including housing, health, careers, financial assistance, learning skills, counselling and IT support
UTS is not only easy to get to, but part of the city’s vibrant and energetic atmosphere. The UTS City campus is located in the heart of Sydney, only five minutes by foot from Central Station, Sydney’s primary hub for train and bus interchange. UTS is also located within the creative industries precinct, home to 39 per cent of Australia’s creative industries head offices and 70 per cent of its major international creative IT companies.
The UTS City campus is undergoing a major transformation to achieve its vision of creating a world-class, interconnected campus with an identifiable heart: a place where students want to study, learn and socialise. Four iconic new buildings and several major refurbishments of existing buildings will be ready for students starting in 2015.
Located in Sydney’s north (Lindfield), UTS Kuring-gai campus offers Health, Education, Sports and Nursing degrees. Students who begin their studies at UTS Kuring-gai campus in 2015 will complete their studies at the City campus.
David Murray, former CEO of the Commonwealth Bank
Hon. Justice Tricia Kavanagh, NSW Industrial Relations Commissioner
Michael Cook, CEO of Macquarie Capital Alliance Group
Morris Iemma, politician and premier of NSW
Shawn A-in-chut Atleo, former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations in Canada
Sophie Lee, Australian film, stage and television actress and author