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Industry and community connections

More than 150 companies partner with UTS, sharing their resources and expertise in our research and innovative programs, and many offer employment opportunities for our best graduates. From media and publishing companies, to government and community bodies to small and medium enterprises, our range of connections will give you insight into how industry works and what employers look for in graduates. Many of our student internship opportunities are offered through our relationships with these organisations.

The public communication study areas courses are:

The social and Political Sciences study areas has a parliamentary placement with the NSW Parliament where students are attached to the office of a Member of Parliament or a Parliamentary Officer.

Centres

Our academic staff and centres engage with industry through research, seminars, conferences, exhibitions, festivals, consulting, guest lectures, student awards and short courses.

Expand your network through ours and make valuable contacts for your future career.

Community partnerships

Current community partners include:

Copyright Agency Limited (CAL)

The CAL Writer-in-Residence at UTS promotes the study, recognition and wider appreciation of high-quality writing. 

NSW Writers’ Centre

The Centre for New Writing partner with the NSW Writers’ Centre run a series of UTS accredited short courses.

Find out more about the NSW Writers’ Centre

The Futures Foundation

The Futures Foundation promotes greater interest in, and understanding of, the future. Future Studies provides tools and perspectives to assist individuals and businesses today in preparing a more ideal tomorrow. The Foundation utilises this discipline in planning and strategy.

Find out more about The Futures Foundation

Sydney PEN

Sydney PEN is one of 144 PEN centres in 101 countries which promote friendship and intellectual cooperation among writers everywhere, fight for freedom of expression, and represent the conscience of world literature.

Find out more about Sydney PEN