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The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is a contemporary university with an international outlook. UTS is ranked 21st in the world for universities under 50 years of age in the latest QS Top 50 Under 50. UTS is placed in the world’s top 400 universities in the Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014. UTS also ranks 28th in the “100 most international universities in the world” according to Times Higher Education.

Located in the vibrant and culturally diverse city of Sydney, UTS is a short walk from Central Station, Sydney’s major train and bus station and close to the many major attractions of Sydney.

UTS offers practice-based 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. More than 150 companies partner with UTS to provide resources, expertise and work placement opportunities.

UTS has created a vibrant campus for the future, with new buildings and increased public spaces to encourage collaboration. The new Engineering and IT Building features an advanced data arena and software design studio. The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, Australia’s first Frank Gehry designed building is home to the UTS Business School. The new Science and Graduate School of Health Building, features specialised advanced laboratories and a ‘super lab’.

UTS’s cutting-edge facilities include:
– One of the most technologically capable libraries in the southern hemisphere
– A multi-purpose sports hall and fully-equipped fitness centre
– Study spaces equipped with the latest technological equipment to facilitate collaborative learning
– Students also have 24 hour access to computer labs

UTS provides comprehensive support services to international students, including:
– English language and academic support
– Careers counselling
– Housing service
– Health service
– Multi-faith prayer room
– More than 100 clubs covering a range of sporting, cultural, political and religious-based groups
– Peer network programs which encourage students to make connections

UTS is located in the heart of Sydney, one of the world’s most vibrant cities. Within easy walking distance of Central Station and the Sydney CBD, UTS is easily accessible by bus and train. Our campus is close to cosmopolitan inner-city suburbs and surrounded by places to shop, eat, socialise and relax.

UTS is located within Sydney’s creative industries precinct, close to major design, architecture, advertising, fashion and media businesses, and film and television broadcasters. Almost 40 per cent of Australia’s IT and creative industries are also located in Sydney.

Sydney is Australia’s financial and business capital, the location of 40 per cent of Australia’s largest companies and the regional headquarters for many multinationals.

UTS maintains strong relationships with local industry and the professions. Our connections with industry and wide networks help students develop their skills, gain valuable experience and make contacts to boost career opportunities.

UTS has created a vibrant campus for the future, with new buildings and increased public spaces to encourage collaboration. The new Engineering and IT Building features an advanced data arena and software design studio. The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, Australia’s first Frank Gehry designed building is home to the UTS Business School. The new Science and Graduate School of Health Building, features specialised advanced laboratories and a ‘super lab’.

UTS’s cutting-edge facilities include:
– One of the most technologically capable libraries in the southern hemisphere
– A multi-purpose sports hall and fully-equipped fitness centre
– Study spaces equipped with the latest technological equipment to facilitate collaborative learning
– Students also have 24 hour access to computer labs


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