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About Engineering

Our strengths and reputation

UTS: Engineering is a leader in practice-based learning and industry engagement in Australia.

Our goal is to produce impact-driven, user-centred research outcomes and to incorporate this into our students' learning.

Here's why you should join us:

Our graduates are sought-after

Learning the theory is important, but the real value lies in knowing how to apply it. One of the key strengths of UTS: Engineering is our practice-oriented and career-relevant courses, most of which offer undergraduate students the opportunity to complete two 6-month internships.

We pride ourselves on our ability to produce graduates that are adaptable problem-solvers, who can actively contribute to the industry in a global context. According to the 2014 Australian Graduate Survey*, 78% of our bachelor's and 84% of our postgraduate coursework graduates were employed in the first three months after completing their studies.

Hear from our students and graduates

Join a top-ranked university

UTS has an international reputation for the quality of its teaching and research. It has been awarded a significant five stars result for excellence in eight out of eight categories of higher education by QS™ for 2014-2016 (opens an external site).

UTS ranked number 2 in Australia for Computer Science according to 2015 Academic Ranking of World Universities (subject fields)   UTS Engineering and IT ranked 95th in the world according to Times Higher Education World Rankings 2014-15

More facts, figures and rankings

Our industry collaboration

Our courses have been developed in consultation with our industry connections and we're continuously updating subjects to reflect industry demands. In fact, many of our academics are also leaders in their areas of expertise and actively practice as engineering professionals, helping to expose our students to the most relevant and up-to-date knowledge and skills.

Students also benefit from the involvement of the Industry Advisory Network (IAN). This network of senior industry representatives from all fields of engineering and information technology provides strategic advice and support to ensure graduates are well-equipped for the workforce.

Our research-inspired learning

Research has a vast influence on the ways we plan and live our lives. UTS: Engineering and IT research spans widely, from thought-controlled wheelchairs to big data analysis that informs cancer diagnosis, to affordable earthquake-proof housing for people living in disaster-prone regions. Our aim is to look beyond the obvious and come up with useful, tangible ways that have a transformational impact on the world.

More about our research

Access world-class facilities

We figured you're more connected to technology than ever before, so we want to encourage our students to use technology to build on the concepts discussed and workshopped in class. Our state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly Engineering and IT Building was purpose-built with our teaching and research practices in mind and features teaching spaces and laboratories designed with the future in mind. In fact, the building is in itself a laboratory, embedded with sensors to collect data for research. 

More about our facilities and location

Global qualifications and opportunities

UTS: Engineering is actively engaged with institutions around the world, such as through adjunct professors, collaborative research and technology sharing. This means our teaching is always up-to-date with the latest developments in the field, both nationally and internationally.

Many of our courses are accredited, professionally recognised and/or open to membership. Our Engineers Australia (opens external site) accredited courses are also recognised by all signatories of the Washington Accord (opens external site). We also offer Nokia certifications.

Our undergraduate students can also globalise their education through one of our many international opportunities. Proactive students can even organise to do one of their internships overseas.


*Australian Graduate Survey results for graduates of the period of October 2012 to April 2013 and applicable to Australian resident graduates only.