At UTS, we believe that a global perspective is an intrinsic quality of academic life. With a large number of international students, multicultural student clubs and strong ties to institutions spanning five continents, there’s plenty to get involved with here in Sydney. But for those looking to roam further afield, there are a number of options available.
Combine your degree with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, and immerse yourself in a new language and culture. This unique degree offers unrivalled international academic experience, with students spending two semesters abroad studying at a host university as part of the International In-Country Study component. To find out more about the BA International Studies, take a look at the International Studies course area in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and at the available combined degrees with the Business School: Bachelor of Business (City and Kuring-gai campuses), Bachelor of Management in Events and Leisure, Bachelor of Management in Tourism.
Why not make a global exchange part of your degree? Study overseas and receive credit towards your degree with UTS. With over 190 partner universities in more than 30 countries, you're sure to find somewhere right for you! Take a look around the Global Exchange Program.
Get involved with the Beyond UTS International Leadership Development, an exciting and dynamic international leadership program, open to all UTS students. The program provides opportunities for you to make the most of your time at UTS, develop your leadership potential and take part in a range of local and international activities. Find out more about BUiLD here.
"The international aspect was the most straightforward and the most focused on delivering a genuine international experience, compared to all similar courses. Upon jumping into the Business and International Studies program it became even more apparent how focused the uni is on international awareness, with many different options available for travel, such as BUiLD travel grants and AIESEC overseas internships."
Aaron Ngan, Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
President of AIESEC UTS