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UTS has a vision to be a world-leading university of technology. We are an Australian university with an international focus, and we take pride in being a vibrant, diverse and practice-oriented organisation.
We are passionate about our commitment to learning and innovation that is relevant to today's world, and benefits local and international communities.
UTS has more than 36,000 students, including 9400 international students, and over 3000 staff, with eight faculties and a range of research strengths and centres, and support units.
Learn more about our organisational structure.
UTS enjoys an international reputation for its teaching and research. We have been recognised as one of the world's best young universities, ranking 29th in the world's Top 50 under 50 [opens external site] in the QS GLOBAL index of newer universities.
Since 2011, UTS has ranked in the top 500 of world universities in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) [opens external site] conducted by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
UTS is ranked in the top 400 universities by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings [opens external site] powered by Thomson Reuters, which judges world class universities across all of their core missions - teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
We attract students and staff from diverse backgrounds, and actively foster relationships with educational institutions and industry worldwide. We offer international research and exchange opportunities, and specialised international and global studies courses, as well as embedding international content across our courses.
Learn more about UTS's Internationalisation Strategy.
UTS is Sydney's city university, situated within Sydney's creative industries hub, close to the central business district and five minutes' walk from Central railway station and major bus services.
Located in the Ultimo education precinct, UTS shares strong relationships with our neighbours, Ultimo TAFE, the national broadcaster The ABC, and the Powerhouse Museum - collaborating on academic, social and cultural events such as Green Week, the Ultimo Science Festival and UTSpeaks.
The $1 billion UTS City Campus Master Plan, which is currently underway, will build not only a more vibrant campus, but enhance Sydney's Southern CBD, thanks to iconic buildings by the likes of Frank Gehry and improved connections with the surrounding city.
Sydney consistently ranks in the top 10 of the world's most liveable cities, and offers easy access to beautiful beaches, world class restaurants, as well as great entertainment and leisure options.
For more information about living in Sydney visit live & work in NSW [opens external site].