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Expand your horizons with a postgraduate degree

Develop your career at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia’s Number 1 Young University.

UTS Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building’s postgraduate programs are a platform for students to refine their specialist knowledge through industry-led curriculums taught by internationally renowned academics, multidisciplinary collaborations and technology driven studios.

Postgraduate degrees

Three postgraduate Built Environment students studyingBuilt Environment

With postgraduate degrees in property, planning, real estate investment and project management; the UTS School of the Built Environment enables students enhance their knowledge in their chosen disciplines through collaborative learning and real-world projects.


Ask Emma for alt textMaster of Architecture

The UTS Master of Architecture is a degree for aspiring practitioners who want to focus on urban environments and gain the professional practice skills required to access the full range of architectural roles.


  The Brain Light sculpture lights up according to mood and movement of a user wearing an EEG headset to provide an accurate register of their brain activityMaster of Design

The UTS Master of Design is socially engaging, practice focused and industry orientated. The course centres on two main components: Specialised studios addressing areas of emerging design practice; and theory and technology subjects taught across the program.


Postgraduate student spotlights

Jane ParkerJane Parker, Master of Planning
“Something that I've found really beneficial is studying with a multidisciplinary group of students. It has given me a great insight into their goals and motivations, which sometimes differ to mine, and I feel much better equipped to work in cross-disciplinary teams in my future career.”

Chloe Yuen, 2015 Master of Architecture graduateChloe Yuen, Master of Architecture Graduate and winner of the Architects Medallion
“I can confidently say that UTS excels in teaching students how to create new conceptual ideas that break boundaries allowing for new ways of thinking.”