University Technology Sydney

CRICOS Code 00099F

*Statistic info from Times Higher Education (THE)

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University Technology Sydney (UTS) is the top-ranked young university in Australia. Our vision is to be a leading public university of technology recognised for our global impact. We’re known for our innovative teaching. We’re committed to practical innovation and research that benefits industry and society. We believe in social change to create a more just and equal world.

UTS is a public university of technology defined by our support for the economic, social and cultural prosperity of our communities. We are measured by the success of our students, staff and partners and committed to research, innovation and the dissemination of knowledge of public value. We are, and always will be, an inclusive university.

UTS has a culturally diverse campus life and vibrant international exchange study and research programs that prepare graduates for the workplaces of today and the future. Our campus is in the heart of Sydney's creative and digital precinct and alongside Sydney's central business district. Continuing a 10-year period of major development, the ongoing transformation of the UTS campus will ensure we continue to maintain and develop a purpose- and sustainably-built campus to support innovation in education and research.


What we do

UTS offers over 130 undergraduate and 210 postgraduate courses across traditional and emerging disciplines such as architecture, built environment, business, communication, design, education, engineering, information technology, international studies, law, midwifery, nursing, pharmacy and science.

In line with the UTS model of global practice-oriented learning, many of our students undertake professional practice during their degree. As part of their degree program, students also have the opportunity to study at one of more than 185 universities in about 40 countries with which UTS has exchange agreements.

Our world leading research centres span a range of disciplines, including physical, biological and engineering sciences, and contemporary fields such as design, nanotechnology and sustainability. Our researchers provide practical and relevant solutions to issues of national and international importance and equip graduates with the latest discipline specific skills and practices.

We also maintain strong relationships with the local community, industry, business and the professions through a wide range of partnerships, projects and events.

As a public purpose institution, UTS is committed to supporting positive social change within and beyond our campus. This commitment is reflected by a diverse set of institution wide social justice initiatives that have only expanded in scope and impact since UTS was established. Student-based programs, focused research and innovative teaching approaches aim to create a more just and equitable world.



Facts, figures and rankings
UTS at a glance

•International reputation: highest performing university in Australia under 50 years of age (Source: Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2015-2019 and QS Top 50 Under 50 2016–2020)
•Australian reputation: 100% of UTS research (broad fields) rated as world standard or above (Source: Excellence in Research for Australia 2018)
•Year established as a university: 1988
•Number of campuses: The UTS City campus encompasses a variety of precincts and buildings catering to teaching, learning, research, social and administrative activities. Three of the City campus’s precincts – Haymarket, Broadway and Blackfriars – are located at the southern gateway to Sydney’s cosmopolitan central business district (CBD), and surrounded by local attractions. The newest precincts are situated within the elite sporting zone at Moore Park and on an industrial park at Botany.
•Student enrolments: 46,159 students in 2019, including 15,450 international students
•Total Courses (with enrolled students): 510. Total Subjects (with enrolled students): 2411
•Student completions: 11,337 completions in 2018
•Alumni: 226,661 (not including some graduates from antecedent institutions)
•Total number of staff: 4174 full-time equivalent, including casual staff as at end March 2019
•Graduate employment: 76.8 per cent of UTS Australian-resident undergraduates were in full-time employment four months after completion and 13.7 per cent were in further full-time study
•UTS has 256 exchange agreements enabling students to study on exchange in 43 countries.
Student enrolments

World University Ranking (#)

160

Impact Ranking 2020

Young University Ranking 2019

15

International Student (%)

34