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• UTS is a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney. One of Australia’s leading universities of technology, UTS has a distinct model of learning, strong research performance and a leading reputation for engagement with industry and the professions.
• UTS has a culturally diverse campus life and vibrant international exchange study and research programs that prepare graduates for the workplaces of today and the future.
• Our City campus is in the heart of Sydney’s creative precinct and alongside Sydney’s central business district.
• Over the next three years, the final phase of our City Campus Master Planwill deliver a state-of-the-art campus to meet the needs of 21st century students.
• Our Strategic Plan outlines our vision to be a world leading university of technology and provides a strong statement about UTS’s aspirations for our third decade.
• UTS 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.
• With a total enrolment of over 40,000 students, UTS is one of the largest universities in Australia.
Courses Available:
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.
In line with the UTS model of global practice-oriented learning, many of our students undertake professional practice during their degree.
As part of their degree program, students also have the opportunity to study at one of more than 185 universities in about 40 countries with which UTS has exchange agreements.
Our world leading research centres span a range of disciplines, including
• physical,
• biological and engineering sciences, and
• contemporary fields such as design, nanotechnology and sustainability.
Our researchers provide practical and relevant solutions to issues of national and international importance and equip graduates with the latest discipline specific skills and practices.
We also maintain strong relationships with the local community, industry, business and the professions through a wide range of partnerships, projects and events.
Facilities management
This is your guide to facilities management at UTS, including

• cleaning and maintenance of buildings and grounds,
• campus development projects and security, which are managed by Facilities Management Operations (FMO).
Why study at UTS?
• Academic help
Library
The UTS Library is equipped with:
• over 450 computers, wireless and laptop facilities
• areas for group study and quiet reading
Services include:
• assistance with researching and borrowing
• copying and printing
• course notes, and
• past exams
• To help you build skills in finding, using and organising information, the UTS Library offers tours and workshops.
• UTS’s Higher Education Language and Presentation Support (HELPS) service offers support with English language and academic literacy, including workshops, assignment advice and self-help resources.
• The UTS Counselling Service offers study skills workshops throughout semester, including some tailored to specific study areas.
• U:PASS is a student learning program designed to assist students who are studying subjects that are perceived as difficult or that historically have a high failure rate.

Course area specific learning centres
UTS offers a number of specialised learning centres, including:
• Engineering Learning and Design Centres
• Mathematics and Science Study Centre

Bridging courses
• If you are concerned about your preparation for maths and science subjects consider doing a short intensive Bridging Course.
• Courses are designed for students commencing in nursing, midwifery, education, science, engineering, architecture, building and business.

Information Technology
• We offer 24 hour access to hundreds of computers across campus, software, your own email account, wireless network for your laptop or PDA, printing, scanning and CD or DVD burning.
• Our IT Support Centres are staffed by officers who understand your needs and are available to assist you from any internal or external phone as well as in person during office hours.

Student administration
UTS Student Centres are your main point of contact for anything to do with the administrative side of studying.
Student centres provide general admin info and advice including:
• course advice,
• enrolment support,
• information on graduation eligibility,
• subject exemption (credit recognition) and much more.

Accessibility Service
If you have a disability or ongoing illness, the Accessibility Service provides support, including advice and assistance during the application process, and information about assessment assistance and referrals to academic liaison officers while you’re at uni.
Personal help
UTS Student Services provides help with:
• health – a bulk-billed medical service on campus
• housing – for on-campus accommodation or help finding a place to rent
• special needs – support for students with disabilities or ongoing medical conditions
• finances – for loans and advice on budgeting, Austudy, tax, etc.,
• careers – for practical advice on your career, resume writing, graduate recruitment, and more
• counselling – a free and confidential service that can help with a wide range of personal, academic, relationship and administrative difficulties
• chaplaincy – pastoral or spiritual support, with chaplains from nine different faiths or traditions on campus at UTS
Costs of living
• If you’re thinking of studying and living in Sydney, you need to know what it costs to support yourself.
• This includes the cost of accommodation, food, transport, services, utilities, entertainment and other expenses to help you make the most of your time in this exciting city.
• At UTS, we estimate that an international student requires a minimum of A$18,876 – A$27,872 for living expenses for each academic year.
• A Department of Immigration and Border Protection requirement is that prospective international students must demonstrate that they have access to at least A$19,830 a year to fund their living costs in Australia.

Accommodation
• Choose to live in one of UTS’s five residencies close to the UTS campus or in off-campus accommodation.
• You will need to consider your preferred location, as well as your budget before you decide which accommodation option suits your needs and lifestyle.

UTS accommodation
• The UTS Housing Service offers safe, comfortable and affordable student accommodation close to the UTS campus.
• They also offer information and support to help you arrange private rental accommodation and can also assist with temporary accommodation for when you first arrive in Sydney.

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• UTS is a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney. One of Australia’s leading universities of technology, UTS has a distinct model of learning, strong research performance and a leading reputation for engagement with industry and the professions.
• UTS has a culturally diverse campus life and vibrant international exchange study and research programs that prepare graduates for the workplaces of today and the future.
• Our City campus is in the heart of Sydney’s creative precinct and alongside Sydney’s central business district.
• Over the next three years, the final phase of our City Campus Master Planwill deliver a state-of-the-art campus to meet the needs of 21st century students.
• Our Strategic Plan outlines our vision to be a world leading university of technology and provides a strong statement about UTS’s aspirations for our third decade.
• UTS 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.
• With a total enrolment of over 40,000 students, UTS is one of the largest universities in Australia.
Courses Available:
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.
In line with the UTS model of global practice-oriented learning, many of our students undertake professional practice during their degree.
As part of their degree program, students also have the opportunity to study at one of more than 185 universities in about 40 countries with which UTS has exchange agreements.
Our world leading research centres span a range of disciplines, including
• physical,
• biological and engineering sciences, and
• contemporary fields such as design, nanotechnology and sustainability.
Our researchers provide practical and relevant solutions to issues of national and international importance and equip graduates with the latest discipline specific skills and practices.
We also maintain strong relationships with the local community, industry, business and the professions through a wide range of partnerships, projects and events.
Facilities management
This is your guide to facilities management at UTS, including

• cleaning and maintenance of buildings and grounds,
• campus development projects and security, which are managed by Facilities Management Operations (FMO).
Why study at UTS?
• Academic help
Library
The UTS Library is equipped with:
• over 450 computers, wireless and laptop facilities
• areas for group study and quiet reading
Services include:
• assistance with researching and borrowing
• copying and printing
• course notes, and
• past exams
• To help you build skills in finding, using and organising information, the UTS Library offers tours and workshops.
• UTS’s Higher Education Language and Presentation Support (HELPS) service offers support with English language and academic literacy, including workshops, assignment advice and self-help resources.
• The UTS Counselling Service offers study skills workshops throughout semester, including some tailored to specific study areas.
• U:PASS is a student learning program designed to assist students who are studying subjects that are perceived as difficult or that historically have a high failure rate.

Course area specific learning centres
UTS offers a number of specialised learning centres, including:
• Engineering Learning and Design Centres
• Mathematics and Science Study Centre

Bridging courses
• If you are concerned about your preparation for maths and science subjects consider doing a short intensive Bridging Course.
• Courses are designed for students commencing in nursing, midwifery, education, science, engineering, architecture, building and business.

Information Technology
• We offer 24 hour access to hundreds of computers across campus, software, your own email account, wireless network for your laptop or PDA, printing, scanning and CD or DVD burning.
• Our IT Support Centres are staffed by officers who understand your needs and are available to assist you from any internal or external phone as well as in person during office hours.

Student administration
UTS Student Centres are your main point of contact for anything to do with the administrative side of studying.
Student centres provide general admin info and advice including:
• course advice,
• enrolment support,
• information on graduation eligibility,
• subject exemption (credit recognition) and much more.

Accessibility Service
If you have a disability or ongoing illness, the Accessibility Service provides support, including advice and assistance during the application process, and information about assessment assistance and referrals to academic liaison officers while you’re at uni.
Personal help
UTS Student Services provides help with:
• health – a bulk-billed medical service on campus
• housing – for on-campus accommodation or help finding a place to rent
• special needs – support for students with disabilities or ongoing medical conditions
• finances – for loans and advice on budgeting, Austudy, tax, etc.,
• careers – for practical advice on your career, resume writing, graduate recruitment, and more
• counselling – a free and confidential service that can help with a wide range of personal, academic, relationship and administrative difficulties
• chaplaincy – pastoral or spiritual support, with chaplains from nine different faiths or traditions on campus at UTS
Costs of living
• If you’re thinking of studying and living in Sydney, you need to know what it costs to support yourself.
• This includes the cost of accommodation, food, transport, services, utilities, entertainment and other expenses to help you make the most of your time in this exciting city.
• At UTS, we estimate that an international student requires a minimum of A$18,876 – A$27,872 for living expenses for each academic year.
• A Department of Immigration and Border Protection requirement is that prospective international students must demonstrate that they have access to at least A$19,830 a year to fund their living costs in Australia.

Accommodation
• Choose to live in one of UTS’s five residencies close to the UTS campus or in off-campus accommodation.
• You will need to consider your preferred location, as well as your budget before you decide which accommodation option suits your needs and lifestyle.

UTS accommodation
• The UTS Housing Service offers safe, comfortable and affordable student accommodation close to the UTS campus.
• They also offer information and support to help you arrange private rental accommodation and can also assist with temporary accommodation for when you first arrive in Sydney.

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