The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a public university located in Sydney. The university was founded in 1988 and is a member of the Australian Technology Network (ATN), the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
UTS offers over 130 undergraduate and 210 postgraduate courses across traditional and emerging disciplines such as architecture, built environment, business, communication, design, education, engineering, information technology, international studies, law, midwifery, nursing, pharmacy and science.
UTS offers undergraduate and postgraduate coursework and research degrees through the following nine faculties and schools:
Rankings by Subject
QS World University Rankings by subject 2021
No 20 in Australia and 251-300th in the World for Agriculture
No 9 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Architecture & Built Environment
No 2 in Australia and 25th in the World for Art & Design
No 19 in Australia and 401 – 450th in the World for Biological Sciences
No 7 in Australia and 127th in the World for Business and Management
No 11 in Australia and 201-250th in the World for Chemistry
No 8 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Communications & Media
No 5 in Australia and 75th in the World for Computer Science and Information Systems
No 7 in Australia and 103rd in the World for Economics
No 17 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Education
No 12 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Civil Engineering
No 6 in Australia and 79th in the World for Electrical Engineering
No 11 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
No 7 in Australia and 120th in the World for Engineering & Technology
No 10 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Environmental Science
No 7 in Australia and 61st in the World for Law
No 1 in Australia and 27th in the World for Library Studies
No 20 in Australia and 343th in the World for Life Sciences
No12 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Materials Sciences
No 11 in Australia and 151-200 in the World for Mathematics
No 16 in Australia and 251-300th in the World for Medicine
No 15 in Australia and 388th in the World for Natural Sciences
No 1 in Australia and 11th in the World for Nursing
No 15 in Australia and 251-300th in the World for Pharmacy
No 12 in Australia and 301-350th in the World for Physics
No 23 in Australia and 251-300th in the World for Psychology
No 8 in Australia and 166th in the World for Social Policy & Management
No 7 in Australia and 29th in the World for Sport related Subjects
No 8 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Statistics
The UTS City campus is made up of three main building clusters called precincts, as well as other specialist facilities and student accommodation buildings.
The Broadway precinct includes the Tower, UTS Central and a number of Faculty buildings for Science, Health, Arts and Social Sciences, Engineering and IT, and Design, Architecture and Building.
The Haymarket precinct is located near Chinatown and includes Building 5 (the former UTS Library) and the Frank Gehry-designed Dr Chau Chak Wng Building.
The Blackfriars precinct is home to the Blackfriar's Children's Central (UTS child care) and a number of other small buildings.
UTS specialist facilities outside of the primary camus hub include the UTS Rugby Australia Building in Moore Park, UTS Tech Lab at Botany and the UTS Kidman Centre within the Prince of Wales Hospital complex in Randwick.