Find out how to upgrade your qualifications and career at the UTS:Communication Postgraduate Information Evening.
The 48th annual Australasian Science Education Research Association (ASERA) Conference will be held at University of Technology Sydney, Australia from 27 June to 30 June 2017. The conference attracts participants from across the world, including early-career, mid-career and world leading international researchers together with science teachers, science curriculum developers and leaders in Departments of Education. Join us to be part of a collegial science education community in the beautiful city of Sydney, Australia.
Find out how to upgrade your qualifications and expand your career options at the upcoming Education Postgraduate Information Evenings.
Will your future take you places? Your studies in Modern History, Geography or Society and Culture can get you started. Discover a taste of globalisation and UTS Global Studies through an interactive and hands-on one-day workshop for Year 11 and 12 students.
UTS's International Students' Info Day is a great opportunity to ask questions about courses, visas, fees, support services and student life at UTS.
You are invited to a one-day seminar celebrating an amazing 25-year journey and farewell the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism
Find out how to upgrade your qualifications and expand your career options at the UTS:International Studies Postgraduate Information Evening.
This major installation features new photomedia and screen works by John Janson-Moore as a part of his Doctorate of Creative Arts.
The HDR Student Conference is a chance to showcase your research, reflect on your scholarship and to network and socialise with colleagues.
Will the fourth estate survive, dive or thrive in the digital age? Featuring news media experts, this free public lecture confronts story-telling in the digital age and journalism’s rocky road ahead.
To coincide with the Sydney Writers’ Festival, UTS Library is hosting an author talk on FASS alumni Eleanor Limprecht’s second novel, Long Bay.
How business partnerships with arts and creative organisations can increase profits and social outcomes.
Come along to hear internationally renowned, South African artist, Mikhael Subotzky,talking about his current exhibition at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, entitled WYE.
At the Official Welcome you will have the chance to meet other new international students from the Faculty of Arts and Social Science, meet your course coordinator and future teachers as well as join us for afternoon tea and receive your very own FASS goodie bag.
If you are a student who has consistently achieved strong grades in your UTS: Communication Bachelor degree, you might qualify for the 2017 Communication Honours program. Come along to an information session to find out more!
Award-winning investigative journalist, writer and documentary maker Nick Davies spent more than six years uncovering the truth about the crimes at the News of the World newspaper.
Join the school of International Studies and FASS in celebrating the return of our in-country study students, who return back to Sydney after one year overseas to continue their final year(s) of study at UTS.
The Australia Piano Quartet is starting their third four-concert Chamber Music Series