University of Technology Sydney

    University of Technology Sydney
    World Rank: 143rdth by Times Higher Education
    Established on: 1988.0

    The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is an Australian public research university in Sydney, New South Wales. In its current form, the institution was formed in 1988 and is considered one of the world's finest new universities (under 50 years old).

    The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) degrees emphasise practice-based learning, high-quality teaching, and high-impact research. UTS ensures you graduate with as much hands-on experience as possible, making you more appealing to companies. There is something for every learner with 11 faculties and nearly 200 degrees available.

    The university is divided into nine faculties and schools:

    • Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
    • School of Business
    • Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building
    • Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology
    • Graduate School of Health
    • Faculty of Health
    • Faculty of Law
    • Faculty of Science
    • School of Transdisciplinary Innovation

    Why choose the University of Technology Sydney?

    • Getting ready for the real world: Nothing like on-the-job training prepares you for the real world. As a result, hands-on, practice-based learning experiences are essential in UTS courses. Major projects, group projects, simulations, and real-life case studies are essential components of the practice-based approach, providing you with the skills needed to impress potential employers.
    • Connections that matter: UTS has worked hard to establish comprehensive industry links - 150 at the latest count - with organisations from various professional fields. Its industry partners assist us in developing course material. They also provide guest lecturers, internships, scholarships, and awards, ensuring that what you learn is relevant to the actual world of employment.
    • Necessary research:  When you pick UTS, you'll join a community of innovative - and inspirational - students, professors, and creative industries influencing the future via local and worldwide research and practice.

    International students can get confidential medical and counselling services, academic help, English language support, career advice, sports organisations and facilities, and peer networking.

    Studying at UTS makes you part of a community of motivated students, faculty, and industry partners changing the future. Its campus is located in Sydney's technology zone, just minutes from the CBD and some of Australia's most innovative enterprises and startups.

    UTS is within a few minutes walk from Sydney's transportation hubs, Central Station and Railway Square. There are several clean, dependable, and safe transportation alternatives linking you to the rest of our wonderful city, such as buses, trains, and trams. UTS is also close to the CBD, Darling Harbour, shopping, dining, sports, culture, and nightlife. So you may expand your wings and fly freely.

    University Ranking

    The University of Technology Sydney is one of Australia's most outstanding public universities. It is rated #137 in the QS World University Rankings 2023.

    University Highlights

    University Type

    Public Research

    Established Year

    1988

    Number of Courses

    184 undergraduate & 124 postgraduate

    Tuition Fees

    A$17000 - A$24000

    Intakes

    Feb & July

    Main Intakes

    The main intakes are in February and July.

    Scholarships

    • The UTS Vice-International Chancellor's Undergraduate Scholarship comprises a full tuition scholarship for the duration of the regular degree.
    • The Undergraduate Academic Excellence International Scholarship provides a 25% scholarship fee for the duration of the program.
    • The UTS Foundation Studies Scholarship covers 25% of the tuition price for the average course period.
    • The UTS College to UTS Pathways Scholarship covers 50% of tuition costs for the remainder of the standard course period at UTS.
    • The UTS International Baccalaureate (IB) Scholarship covers 50% of tuition for the regular course period.
    • The UTS Enrolled Nurse International Scholarship covers 25% of tuition expenses for the standard study period.
    • The Postgraduate Academic Excellence International Scholarship reduces tuition costs by 35% or 25% for the standard study period.
    • UTS Grant for Masters by Coursework Students provides A$3,000 towards tuition expenses for your first session.

    Application Process

    Applicants can apply for admission to the college in two ways: online through the college website or by an education agent.

    Documents required for Admission

    1. Academic Documents
    • SLC Mark sheet
    • School Leaving Certificate
    • SLC Character Certificate
    • Transcript of 12th-grade
    • Individual Mark sheet of 12th-grade
    • Character Certificate of 12th-grade
    • Provisional Certificate of 12th-grade
    • Migration Certificate of 12th-grade

             For Masters, include the following:

    • Transcript of Bachelor's Degree of 12th-grade
    • Individual Mark sheets of Bachelor's Degree of 12th-grade
    • Character Certificate of Bachelor Degree of 12th-grade
    • Provisional Certificate of Bachelor Degree in 12th-grade
    • Migration Certificate of Bachelor Degree of 12th-grade
    1. IELTS/TOEFL/PTE scores
    2. Passport
    3. Work Experience (if any)
    4. Statement of Purpose (SOP)
    5. Marriage Certificate (if applicable)
    6. College Recommendation (if a current student)

    Language Requirements

    Programs

    IELTS

    PTE

    TOEFL iBT

    Nursing, Healthcare, Law, Executive MBA

    7.0

    94-101

    65

    Education & Teaching

    7.5

    74

    102-109

    All other programs

    6.5

    58

    79-93

    FAQs

    What are the fees to study at the university?

    The costs depend upon the courses you apply for. The programs can cost anywhere from $17000 to $24000 per annum.

    Can I work part-time as a student in Australia?

    Yes, you can work for 40 hours per fortnight during semester sessions and unlimited during semester break. This is to ensure that you are focused on your studies.

    Where is the university located?

     The university is located in Sydney, New South Wales.

    What are the main intake dates?

    The main intakes are in February and July.

    Is it necessary for me to satisfy language requirements?

    Yes, the candidate must meet the language standards outlined above in the section on language requirements. IELTS, TOEFL, & PTE tests are recognised.

    Does the University provide scholarships to international students?

    Yes, the university does provide scholarships to international students. For more info, see the scholarship section of the article.

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