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The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a public university in Sydney, Australia. The university was founded in its current form in 1988, although its origins trace back to the 1870s. It is part of the Australian Technology Network of universities , a group of five prominent universities committed to working with industry and government to deliver practical and professional courses.

UTS is a contemporary and innovative university, offering practice-based learning in world-class facilities. UTS offers a career-relevant education with courses continually updated to reflect developments in research and technology.

It  has 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.

UTS courses are renowned for their practice-based approach. You are equipped with as much hands-on experience as possible and exposed to cutting-edge technology, so you develop the knowledge and skills valued by employers.

At UTS, you will engage in activities designed to help you develop the knowledge, skills and attributes to become a professional in your chosen area. You will gain these skills through our unique approach to learning: a seamless integration of the best of online and face-toface collaborative on-campus learning.

UTS partners with leading organisations that recognise the value of creativity and technology in driving business results. Its  connections with industry and wide networks will help you develop valuable skills, knowledge and experience, and make contacts to boost your career opportunities.

UTS delivers a vibrant and engaging education precinct. Its world-class facilities support innovative and technology-based model of learning, offering a suite of spaces where you can learn and collaborate with industry, students and the UTS community.

UTS is situated in the heart of the culturally diverse and vibrant city of Sydney, within the creative industries precinct. It is conveniently located near Central Station.

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Notable alumni:

•             Shawn Atleo - former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations in Canada

•             Charlotte Best - Australian actress and model

•             Judith Beveridge - Australian poet and academic

•             Brooke Corte - Australian journalist and television presenter

•             Pat Cummins - Australian cricketer

•             Nina Curtis - Australian athlete

•             Anh Do - Vietnamese born Australian actor, author, comedian

•             Bryan Doyle - Australian politician

•             Anna Funder - Australian writer


Undergraduate coursework English language requirements

Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education

Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Honours)

Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Arts in International Studies


7.5 overall  , speaking 8.0,listening 8.0,reading 7.0,writing 7.0                                                                

Bachelor of Design (Honours) in Animation

Bachelor of Communication (Honours)

Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education                                                                                                                 

7.0 overall,writing 7.0                                                                                                           

Bachelor of Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Arts in International Studies                                                                                                           

6.5 overall,  writing 6.0                                                                                                         

All Engineering and Information Technology courses                                                                                                              

6.0 overall,writing 6.0                                                                                                           

All other courses                                                                                                            

6.5 overall, writing 6.0                                                                                                          

For all combined courses, the applicable English language requirement will be the highest score indicated for either of the combined courses.

Postgraduate coursework English language requirements

Master of Teaching in Secondary Education (excluding the Languages other than English major)


7.5 overall,speaking 8.0,  listening 8.0,  reading 7.0, writing 7.0                                                              

Master of Advanced Journalism

Graduate Diploma in Advanced Journalism                                                                                                              

7.0 overall,with a writing score of 6.5                                                                                                             

Master of Pharmacy

Master of Pharmacy (International)                                                                                                              

7.5 overall, 7.0 in each subtest                                                                                                           

Master of Clinical Psychology

Master of Physiotherapy                                                                                                              

7.0 overall, writing 7.0                                                                                                          

All other courses                                                                                                               

6.5 overall, writing 6.0                                                                                                          

Postgraduate research English language requirements

All Business courses

All Health courses

All Communication courses

All Education courses

All International Studies courses

All Graduate School of Health courses

All Law courses

All Sustainable Futures courses

All Connected Intelligence Centre courses

IELTS (Academic)                                                                                                                     

7.0 overall, writing 7.0                                                                                                            

All Engineering and Information Technology courses

6.0 overall, writing 6.0                                                                                                           

All other courses                                                                                                        

6.5 overall, writing 6.0                                                                                                          

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Undergraduate coursework

 For entry into a UTS undergraduate course, you require a competitive pass in a recognised matriculation examination equivalent to an Australian year 12 qualification.

Successful completion of the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (CBSE) (10+2) with overall grade in best four academic subjects where A1=5, A2=4.5, B1=3.5, B2=3.0, C1=2.0, C2:1.5, D1=1, D2=0.5,

 or successful completion of the Indian School Certificate Examination (10+2) awarded by the Indian Council of School Examinations (ICSE) with an overall percentage grade average in the best four externally examined subjects.

Successful completion of the Higher Secondary School examinations from some state boards with a competitive pass may also be accepted.

Postgraduate coursework

For admission into most postgraduate courses, you are required to hold a recognised bachelor's degree equivalent to an Australian bachelor's degree. Your academic performance at the bachelor's level will be considered as part of your application assessment. In some instances, you may also require relevant work experience and/or research experience. If relevant, you may demonstrate this through submission of a CV, portfolio, and/or a personal statement.

Note: in addition to these academic requirements, some courses may have specific admission requirements. Check the admission requirements information on the course details page of your chosen course/s.

Postgraduate research degrees

Note: in addition to these academic requirements, some courses may have specific admission requirements. Check the admission requirements information on the course details page of your chosen course/s.

Doctoral programs

You are generally required to hold the equivalent of a relevant master's or bachelor's degree with first or second class honours (division 1) or an equivalent or higher qualification. You must demonstrate the potential to undertake research and submit a brief research proposal after discussion with an appropriate UTS staff member.

If you do not qualify for entry at the doctoral level, you may be accepted initially at the master's level and allowed to transfer to the doctoral program after one year provided that you have been able to demonstrate your capacity for doctoral-level study.

Master's research programs

You are generally required to hold the equivalent of a relevant bachelor's degree. You must also demonstrate the potential to undertake research and submit a brief research proposal after discussion with an appropriate UTS staff member.









MBA Programs


Sports Media

Digital and Social Media

Digital Information Management


Media Arts and Production

Public Communication

Social and Political Sciences

Music and Sound Design




Design Innovation


Built Environment

DAB Research

Local Government


Master of Education

Primary Education

Secondary Education


Postgraduate Research Degrees



Civil and Environmental

Computer Systems and Software


Engineering Management

Mechanical and Mechatronic

Systems and Operations



Nursing (Undergraduate)

Nursing (Postgraduate)


Sport and Exercise

Public Health

Health Science

Health Services Management

Health Policy




Clinical Psychology


Good Manufacturing Practice

Pharmaceutical Science

Health Policy


Business Analysis and Information Systems

Computer Science, Data Analytics/Mining

Games, Graphics and Multimedia

IT Management and Leadership

Networking and Security

Software Development and Programming

Systems Design and Analysis

Web and Cloud Computing


International Studies


Global Studies


Juris Doctor

Legal Studies

Practical Legal Training

Intellectual Property

Dispute Resolution


Bachelor of Advanced Science    

Bachelor of Biomedical Physics  

Bachelor of Biomedical Science 

Bachelor of Biotechnology          

Bachelor of Environmental Biology          

Bachelor of Forensic Science      

Bachelor of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine          

Bachelor of Marine Biology         

Bachelor of Medical Science       

Bachelor of Medicinal Chemistry              

Bachelor of Science        

Bachelor of Science in Analytics 


Master of Quantitative Finance

Master of Science

Master of Science (Extension)

Master of Science (Honours)


Graduate Diploma in Quantitative Finance

Graduate Diploma in Science


Graduate Certificate in Mathematics

Graduate Certificate in Science

Doctor of Philosophy


Master of Science (Research)

Master of Science (Research) in Mathematical Sciences

Life Sciences

Mathematical and Physical Sciences


Creative Intelligence and Innovation

Transdisciplinary Innovation

UTS Animal Logic Academy

Creative Intelligence and Innovation


UTS students can choose from five residences, all of which are close to campus:

Geegal is a purpose-built group of townhouses accommodating 57 students

Bulga Ngurra is a modern apartment building accommodating 119 students

Gumal Ngurang is a modern apartment building accommodating 252 students in studio, one-bedroom or shared apartments

Yura Mudang has 720 beds comprising studios and shared apartments conveniently located above UTS Building 6.

Wattle Lane has 59 beds which are all studios located only minutes away from the main UTS building and dedicated to UTS Indigenous students.

All UTS residences have spacious communal and barbecue areas, study rooms, games and computer rooms. All UTS residences are self-catered, secure and competitively priced. All bedrooms are for one person (except twin shares), with shared kitchens, bathrooms and living areas. Apartments are fullyfurnished and rent includes gas, electricity, water, cabled internet in bedrooms and limited wireless internet access in communal areas.

For more information, please visit the UTS Housing website:


If you are organising private accommodation, we recommend you arrange short-term accommodation in Sydney so you can view properties on your arrival and choose something that really suits your needs for the long-term.

Visit UTS Housing’s off-campus accommodation website, to find share rooms in private houses and apartments around UTS:

Share accommodation means you usually have your own room and share a kitchen, living area and bathroom with other students or people who work. Alternatively, you may choose a studio or one-bedroom apartment to live in on your own, but this is more expensive.

All accommodation rentals should come with a residential or tenancy agreement. If you need any help or advice, please contact the UTS Housing Off-Campus Officer at or the UTS Student Legal Service at who are there to help you.


UTS offers a diverse range of scholarships for international students, available university wide or for study in particular faculties.

UTS has committed A$30 million towards a range of scholarships and grants for commencing and current undergraduate and postgraduate students from 2016 – 2020.

Undergraduate scholarships and grants

•             Academic Excellence Awards (PDF, 102kB) – grants valued at A$10,000 will be awarded to commencing international students enrolling in undergraduate coursework programs. The awards will be credited as two separate A$5000 instalments for a total of two sessions.

•             UTS:INSEARCH Graduate Scholarship – grants will be awarded to high-achieving UTS:INSEARCH graduates commencing at UTS.

•             Full Tuition Scholarships - full tuition scholarships are available for international undergraduate students starting at UTS in Autumn and Spring session 2018.

Postgraduate scholarships and grants

•             Academic Excellence Awards (PDF, 93kB) – grants valued at A$5000 will be awarded to commencing international students enrolling in postgraduate coursework programs.

•             Full Tuition Scholarships – full tuition scholarships are available for postgraduate coursework international students starting at UTS in Autumn and Spring session 2018.

In addition, government and externally funded scholarships and loans are also available to incoming international students. These include:

•             Australia Awards Scholarships

•             Australia Awards Scholarships are prestigious international scholarships managed by the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).

•             Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarships offer funding for high-achieving international students who have been accepted to study a postgraduate course or PhD at UTS.

•             Home country sponsored scholarships

•             Financial Aid

Quick Facts





Fees may vary from 27,000 AUD$ TO 38,000 AUD$ annually . It depends on your course.


It is a requirement of the Australian government that prospective international students can demonstrate that they have access to at least A$19,830 a year to fund their living costs in Australia, and additional funds if bringing partners or family. ESTABLISHMENT COSTS You should expect to pay approximately A$5200 start-up or establishment costs for independent accommodation. Allow an additional $1000 to $1500 for a computer and printer, if required. These costs include items such as a rental accommodation bond (four weeks’ rent), rent in advance, linen, furniture, telephone and internet connection, kitchenware, personal items and electricity connection, and must be budgeted for. With regards to UTS Housing, you will need to budget for the registration admin fee (A$40), the acceptance fee (A$120), the bond fee (equivalent of 4 weeks’ rent), two weeks rent in advance and any personal items you wish to purchase.



QS World University Ranking  :: 176

QS Australia University Ranking :: 9

Times Higher Education World Ranking (THE WUR Rank )  :: 251-300

Times Higher Education Australia Ranking  :: 11

Academic  Ranking of World Universities (ARWU )  ::  301-400

U.S News & World Report(USN)   ::  294


P.O. Box 123, Broadway, New South Wales, NSW 2007, Australia

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