University of Technology Sydney

The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is well known as a leader of professional career-focused education. It offers one of the most comprehensive ranges of innovative and internationally recognized degrees in Australia. With a multicultural mix of students, UTS attracts students from all over the world. UTS has invested in world-class facilities to create a surrounding that supports modern getting to know approaches. 

Our campuses are easily accessible by public transport. The main campus, the City campus, is located in the center of the city of Sydney, close to the commercial hub and Sydney's main train station, Central Railway Station. This ‘campus of the future’, consists of 4 new buildings, latest equipment, purpose-built facilities and expanded public areas to inspire collaboration. We have invested in world-class facilities to create an environment that supports innovative learning approaches. This ‘campus of the future’, includes four new buildings, cutting-edge equipment, purpose-built facilities and increased public spaces to encourage collaboration.

Our students experience a huge range of support facilities. These encompass English language support, getting to know assistance centers, carrying facilities, 24 hours get entry to pc labs, religious facilities, libraries, cafeterias, and childcare. UTS guide offerings consist of the pupil and career counseling, health and housing services, legal advice, meet and greet desk, peer aid network, students' affiliation and scholar orientation.


UTS CRICOS Code: 00099F


General Details
  • STATE OR PROVINCE
    New South Wales
  • CITY
    Sydney
  • YEAR FOUNDED
    1988
  • ESTABLISHMENT
    university
  • INSTITUTION TYPE
    public
  • ESTIMATED COST OF LIVING
    $20,000
  • AVERAGE TUITION
    $28,000
  • APPLICATION FEE
    $100
  • ACCOMMODATION
    on campus and off campus
  • ACCREDITATION
    AACSB
  • ADDRESS
    Broadway, Sydney, New South Wales 2007, Australia
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