UTS College
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) was founded in 1964 with the founding of the New South Wales Institute of Technology. The institute purchased the Sydney College of the Arts School of Design on January 25, 1988. On January 26, 1988, the University of Technology, Sydney Act was approved, renaming the institute UTS. Today, the University of Technology provides over 130 undergraduate and 210 postgraduate programmes, as well as a number of short courses in a variety of areas.

Cost of attendance

The average annual cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs is 3,235,156 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for Post Graduate Programs is roughly 2,692,049 INR / Year for overseas students. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


International students at UTS have a choice of four houses near campus as well as other student living options in Australia. All UTS homes are self-catered and secure, with extensive community and BBQ areas, study rooms, and a rooftop garden. UTS estimates that an international student will need between A$23,452 and A$28,652 for living expenditures each academic year. A single student should expect to pay between 480 and 1760 AUD per month for off-campus living.

Acceptance rate

In Autumn 2020, the university enrolled around 46,328 students, including 13,963 international students, making it a popular choice for students looking to study in Australia. The admittance rate at the University of Technology Sydney is 19%.


The UTS campus is located on the southern entrance to Sydney's Central Business District. The primary administrative and faculty buildings are organised over three distinct nearby precincts. 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. Many other specific UTS facilities can be found throughout Sydney, including Moore Park, the Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick, and Botany.


After a rigorous review, UTS Business School has been awarded extension of its AACSB accreditation – a status it first achieved in 2007 and which is held by less than five per cent of the world's business schools.

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. Within four months of graduation, around 70.8 percent of undergraduates, 81.3 percent of postgraduates, and 81.7 percent of research students at UTS were in full-time employment, with 14.4 percent of students pursuing full-time master's degrees in Australia.

QS Ranking

#133 in QS World University Rankings (Global)

The Ranking

#9 in THE World University Rankings - Australia

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