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BUiLD (Beyond UTS International Leadership Development) is an exciting and dynamic leadership program, which is free to join and open to all UTS students. BUiLD provides you with a range of opportunities, locally and internationally, which will help you to develop your skills, broaden your horizons and build your leadership potential.

Join BUiLD to:

  • Be inspired by internationally renowned leaders working in our local community
  • Create networks with students and professionals from diverse backgrounds
  • Travel overseas to participate in global conferences, internships, community volunteer projects or short-term study programs

BUiLD takes you beyond your degree, giving you the chance to explore issues of social enterprise, sustainability and social justice. The program will equip you with the skills and tools to kick-start a meaningful career through a range of workshops, seminars, guest lectures, international relations events, networking sessions and overseas opportunities. Join BUiLD today!

BUiLDers abroad

Read about the interesting and exciting projects our BUiLD students are involved in around the world right now on the BUiLD blog (opens an external site).

Check out the exciting range of overseas programs currently on offer.

What does BUiLD involve?

To complete the BUiLD program you need 100 CLiCs (points), which you can earn by participating in a range of activities chosen by you!

On-campus activities make up the core (compulsory) component of your BUiLD program and will prepare you to seek out and embark on elective opportunities. Elective activities are chosen by you and may be completed in Australia or overseas.

When you have completed BUiLD, you will be presented with a certificate signed by Professor William Purcell, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International and Development) at the annual BUiLD Awards Ceremony. Your special achievement of BUiLD will also receive mention on your Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement when you graduate from UTS.