University of Technology Sydney
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) offers over 130 undergraduate and 180 postgraduate courses across traditional and emerging disciplines such as architecture, built environment, business, communication, design, education, engineering, information technology, international studies, law, science and many more.
UTS had built partnerships with leading organisations. At UTS, all the degrees are shaped by extensive industry contribution. That means the course content responds to the realities of your future career. You’ll work with industry-standard equipment, and learn best practice techniques as they relate to your chosen field.
2019 QS Top 50 Under 50
Quacquarelli Symonds (QS)
World University Rankings 2020
Quacquarelli Symonds (QS)
World University Rankings 2018
Times Higher Education
Young University Ranking 2018
Times Higher Education
More Than Just a Campus, UTS is home to some of Australia’s most cutting-edge research and teaching facilities.
UTS student-centred Model of Learning and high-impact research, while giving industry partners access to state-of-the-art facilities and UTS research expertise. Many of UTS specialist facilities have been designed for collaborative, cross-disciplinary teaching and research. They have been strategically located to bring together specialist UTS researchers from different disciplines, as well as external partners, to create a greater impact through innovation and sharing of knowledge.
Future Focus Campuses
UTS campus has been reimagined over the past decade through UTS Campus Master Plan. The $1 billion-plus investment has delivered iconic new buildings (including the Frank Gehry-designed Dr Chau Chak Wing Building), major upgrades and UTS ‘green heart’, Alumni Green.
UTS Tech Lab
A 9000 square metre UTS Tech Lab is designed to facilitate new, integrated ways of researching and developing innovative technologies. It houses a range of interconnected multidisciplinary engineering and IT labs, as well as collaborative workspaces, meeting rooms and seminar spaces, arranged to foster cross-pollination of knowledge and innovation.
Science Super Lab (Vicki Sara Building)
The UTS Science Super Lab was the first of its kind in Australia. Located within our Vicki Sara ‘Science’ Building it features modern equipment and technology, and can accommodate up to 220 students from 12 different classes, with experiments from different disciplines running at once.
UTS Science Super Lab is 1 of only 2 in Australia. It has been modeled on the Super Lab at London Metropolitan University. The design has been adapted to meet the specific requirements of the Faculty of Science.
Animal Logic Academy (UTS ALA)
The UTS Animal Logic Academy (UTS ALA) is an award-winning, custom-built VFX studio and teaching facility located in the Haymarket precinct of UTS campus, in Sydney’s creative heartland. The academy is a unique collaboration that responds directly to the challenges of the animation and visualisation industries. With a professionally equipped studio space engineered to the highest industry standards, UTS ALA programs focus on research and postgraduate education for animation, visual effects and computer-generated imagery (CGI) in a studio environment.
The UTS Data Arena is a powerful immersive facility that can help researchers, business and government simplify complex information. This 360-degree interactive data visualisation facility allows users to observe, explore, refine, improve, discover and learn as they surround themselves in data. Using open-source software to transform numbers into interactive 3D geometry, the Data Arena provides a powerful way to identify patterns, associations and anomalies in big data.
ProtoSpace is a unique additive and advanced manufacturing facility offering industry partners, academics and UTS students access to cutting-edge 3D technologies, software and technical expertise. The 900 square metre facility is focused on innovation, research and development, and accommodates Australia’s largest collection of additive manufacturing technologies. The lab supports all aspects of the additive and advanced manufacturing process, from component design, manufacturing investigations and prototyping all the way through to final product research and development.
Hive Super Lab
Housed in a basement level of the new UTS Central building, the Hive Super Lab will open in 2020. Designed to a PC2-standard, the lab will be even larger and more technologically advanced than the existing cutting-edge Super Lab in the Vicki Sara Building. The space will accommodate up to 270 students at any one time, with specialist high-tech audio-visual facilities allowing seven classes to run simultaneously. It will be a practical, collaborative space, enabling students and researchers from different science disciplines to work side by side.
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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
At UTS you can choose an engineering major which is best suited to your passions and interests. Explore the majors listed below:
Major in Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical engineers design and develop medical-related products and systems with the ultimate objective of improving our quality of life. Many of them work in major hospitals in selecting, operating and maintaining the very complex engineering infrastructure in our hospitals including artificial organs, prosthetics and wearable health devices.
Major in Civil Engineering
Civil engineers create large-scale physical infrastructure which we see around us. It includes the development, design and build of buildings, stadiums, roads, bridges, tunnels, railways, mines, dams, water supply, wastewater treatment as well as the physical infrastructure of electrical and telecommunication systems.
Major in Civil Construction
Civil construction engineers specialise in the construction of large projects such as high-rise apartments or office blocks. You’ll learn all the key skills you need to become a professional civil engineer, plus an understanding of human resources, finance and environmental planning and law.
Major in Civil and Environmental
Civil and environmental engineers are experts in assessing environmental impact and design of green buildings, transport, waste and other engineered systems. They specialise in the efficient use of energy, protecting soil and water from contamination and design waste, pollution control and resource recovery systems
Major in Datea Engineering
Data engineers build the secure cyber-physical hardware and software infrastructure and systems that drives the collection, transmission, storage and analysis of data. This infrastructure enables organisations to innovate and optimise their services using broadband networking and powerful computing. Data engineers will play a critical role as more devices are connected via the Internet of Things.
Major in Electircal Engineering
Electrical engineers deal with the generation and application of electricity, from small circuitry to high-voltage power generation and supply networks. With traditional power generation at the centre of global warming issues, electrical engineers are now at the forefront of developing renewable energy systems and super efficient electrical devices that aim to reduce our energy demands.
Major in Electronic Engineering
Electronic engineers design, build and test application-specific hardware and software microsystems which exist in everyday gadgets including; smart watches, phones, robotics and biomedical devices.
Flexible Engineering Major
Not ready to choose a major? You can customise your degree by combining several majors allowing you to explore the areas that interest you. If you find certain areas interest you more than others, you can negotiate to specialise and transfer to one of the other majors after your first year
Major in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineers work with moving things and systems. They design, build and maintain anything that moves – from engines and other parts that move planes, trains and automobiles, to heavy industrial machinery, biomedical devices, space vehicles, wind turbines and other power generation equipment.
Major in Mechatronic Engineering
Mechatronic engineers work with moving things and the advanced electronics that drive them. They use a combination of mechanical, electronics, computer systems and software engineering to design and build mechanical systems and their controllers, software and hardware, plus electronic processes and the networks that link them.
Major in Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering
This Mechanical and Mechatronic major brings together both engineering subjects to gain an understanding of both specialisations and increase your career opportunities.
Major in Software Engineering
Software engineers design, develop and maintain complex software systems. It ensures critical software systems (e.g. electricity distribution or national transport systems) are built systematically, rigorously, on time, on budget, and within specification. They must work the first and every time.
Bachelor of Economics
The Bachelor of Economics offers students the analytical and quantitative skills required for an in-depth understanding of key economic principles. The degree complements this knowledge with the option of majors across selected business disciplines.
The course includes training in econometrics, macroeconomics and microeconomics with an emphasis on practical policy. A capstone subject synthesises knowledge from game theory, experimental economics and industrial organisation to study policy-making in real-world settings.
Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation
The Bachelor of Business offers students a sound background in all areas of business through common core subjects, in addition to in-depth knowledge in one or more chosen areas of interest.
Taking a transdisciplinary approach, the Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation utilises multiple perspectives from diverse fields, integrating a range of industry experiences, real-world projects and self-initiated proposals, equipping graduates to address the wicked problems, complex challenges and untapped opportunities in today’s world.
This course provides an understanding of important aspects of business and offers a wide choice of majors and sub-majors. A wide variety of international exchange options are available.
Bachelor of Management
Major in: Sport Business
The multi-billion dollar sport industry has experienced significant growth in professionalism, revenue generation and number of people in all levels of management, in both the professional and community sport sectors. UTS is uniquely placed with expertise and networks across multiple codes of sport as well as international and national sports bodies. Through applied knowledge and professional internships, the sport business major allows students to gain a thorough understanding of Australian and international sports industries, the role sport plays in culture and society, and the interrelationships between sports bodies and key stakeholders.
Sport business managers strategise about market share in highly competitive national and global contexts, they liaise with player agents and athlete associations about player remuneration and welfare, and they work with the media to provide sport news and the broadcasting of games. The sport industry is a growing and dynamic economic sector, with sport managers having a critical role in the creation of sport as both an entertainment product and a community resource.
Bachelor of Management
Major in: Creative and Digital Enterprise
Digital creative enterprise management seeks to introduce students to the processes that are involved in the interplay of technology and the commercialisation of creativity. Globally creative industries are becoming recognised parts of the commercial landscape of national and local economies.
A study of digital creative enterprise management will put you at the forefront of national and international endeavours to reward innovation in the digital economy. Units of study will provide opportunities for students to actively engage with industry representatives, along with ensuring a broad understanding of the historical and contemporary governance of the creative industry sector and the application of creative thinking principles across other parts of the economy.
In this degree students learn the specialist knowledge required to enter the property sector, with skills in property valuation, market analysis, investment and development. Their skill set is just as relevant locally as it is internationally.
This degree covers economic, legal and financial disciplines, giving students the flexibility to pursue a variety of career paths. This business knowledge is also transferable, providing options for a transition to other sectors as careers develop.
UTS graduates are highly sought after and have excellent starting salaries: the property industry actively recruits property economics students. Most students are working in the industry by their third year of study.
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Bachelor of Communication
(Digital and Social Media)
The rapidly evolving digital communications industries require practitioners who are technologically literate, culturally sophisticated, innovative and resourceful. This degree introduces students to key debates around the role of social media in everyday life and focuses on developing innovative and analytical solutions to problems through the use of digital and social media. It also provides students with practical skills in social media management, user experience and user interface design, and digital marketing.
The degree offers a comprehensive introduction to digital and social media as a social phenomenon and future career pathway. The degree is one of first media degrees in Australia to specifically focus on social media, is taught by content experts and industry practitioners and is well-recognised within industry. Graduates are technologically literate, analytically sophisticated, innovative and resourceful.
Bachelor of Communication
(Media Arts and Production)
This course prepares students for a wide range of roles in the media and cultural sectors. Students study the history, contemporary issues and theory of media and culture while developing technical and conceptual skills in film, video, new media and sound. The professional areas in the degree include film, video, television, multimedia, sound, radio, performance and installation, and the interplay among these media forms.
This course explores the histories, theories, practices and challenges of creative media production. Working across multiple platforms, genres and media, students develop production skills in video, sound and digital media, and enhance their creative innovation in these areas. Students are encouraged to evolve as creative producers of media projects throughout their studies, as well as deepen their understanding and technical proficiency across media production areas. By the end of the course, students have developed a professional portfolio of creative media work.
Bachelor of Communication
Journalism education at UTS is based on the principle that journalism exists to inform the public – and that the public has a right to know. This degree develops professional skills across all media and critically engages with the intellectual, ethical and political foundations of journalism, in the context of technological development and its impact on journalism.
This course is designed to meet the essential practical skills and theoretical knowledge needed for a career in journalism. Students gain a crucial understanding of the role that journalists play in creating a democratic public sphere, providing a forum for debate and giving voice to diverse communities. The course equips students with advanced research, writing, reporting and analytical skills for online, audio, television, video, print and social media; and knowledge of the intellectual, ethical and political foundations of journalism.
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The Bachelor of Laws is one of Sydney’s leading law degrees. It has been developed to help students build foundational knowledge in the practice of law, as well as the ‘soft’ skills (problem solving, analytical thinking, spoken and written communication) required to succeed in a legal career.
Students gain a fundamental understanding of the Australian legal system, as well as essential knowledge of common law principles. The course meets the academic requirements for admission to practise as a lawyer in NSW.
Elective subjects enable students to tailor their degree to areas of personal interest – these include law electives, such an environmental law, human rights law, a major in legal futures and technology, or electives from other disciplines – and develop a complementary skill set that enhance their professional prospects.
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About UTS Insearch
UTS Insearch programs transform the lives of over 4,000 students from 75 different countries every year. With our help, they develop skills, confidence and credentials to prepare them for university.We offer leading academic English programs, UTS Foundation Studies and higher education diplomas that are designed with UTS entry requirements in mind. Each year, over 90% of our diploma graduates achieve the marks they need to enter a UTS bachelor degree.
UTS Insearch share a deep commitment to supporting students to achieve their academic and career goals. They believe that any student with the potential to succeed at UTS should have every opportunity to get there. UTS Insearch mission is to provide these opportunities and to bring university success within reach of more people around the world.Insearch Limited is a controlled entity of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), and a registered private higher education provider of pathways to UTS.
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