University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) was founded in 1964 with the founding of the New South Wales Institute of Technology. The University of Technology Sydney provides approximately 500 undergraduates, graduate, and research courses in fields including as business, communication, education, engineering, and information technology.

Cost of attendance

Tuition fee at University of Technology Sydney for undergraduate courses ranges from 19,165 - 22,415 AUD while postgraduate courses cost around 20,850 - 22,660 AUD.


International students at UTS have a choice of four houses near campus as well as other student living alternatives in Australia. All UTS homes have large public and BBQ areas, study rooms, a rooftop garden, are self-catered, and are safe. To reserve on-campus housing, students must pay an application cost of AUD 50 as well as an acceptance fee of AUD 130. Off-campus rent starts at AUD 6,500 per month, plus AUD 1,000 for various utilities. The University of Technology Sydney offers a Residential Life programme to help students adjust to living away from home.

Acceptance rate

The university enrolled around 46,328 students, including 13,963 international students making it a coveted choice to study in Australia. The acceptance rate is 19%.


The University of Technology Sydney campus is located in the centre of Sydney and has a number of cutting-edge structures such as Alumni Green, UTS Library, and UTS Central, among others. The institution contains around 130 clubs and societies, such as the African Society, Athletics, and Backstage, which are concerned with various aspects of culture, sports, academics, and social life. Buildings for Health, Science, Arts & Social Sciences, Design, Architecture & Building, and Engineering and IT are located in the Broadway precinct. The Haymarket precinct, located in Sydney's Old Market neighbourhood, houses the UTS Library and the Faculty of Law. The Dr. Chau Chak Wing Building, the UTS Animal Logic Academy, building 15, and UTS Startups are also located here. The Blackfriars Children's Centre and numerous administrative buildings are part of the Blackfriars precinct.


The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is a non-profit organisation that promotes (AACSB) Following a thorough evaluation, UTS Business School has been granted an extension of its AACSB accreditation - a status maintained by less than 5% of the world's business schools and first earned in 2007.

Jobs and Placement

The University of Technology Sydney provides students with a 15-minute consultation with one of the Recruitment Advisors to review career alternatives, ask work-related issues, and obtain assistance on job applications, interviewing, and networking. Through constructive input, students will be able to produce a résumé and cover letter. UTS graduates are among the highest paid in the country, with an average salary ranging from 62,000 AUD to 98,500 AUD.

QS Ranking

#133 in QS World University Rankings (Global)

The Ranking

#160 in Times Higher Education World University Rankings (Global)

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