The UTS campus radiates out from the iconic UTS Tower on Broadway. More than 20 campus buildings accommodate hundreds of teaching, research, student and staff spaces. Our Alumni Green is the green heart of the campus, which also includes five student residences, two childcare centres and many more facilities that support our community.
UTS also has a presence at Moore Park and Randwick in the east and Botany in the south where we have strategically located specialist facilities.
Through our City Campus Master Plan we have delivered three iconic buildings that enhance the architectural diversity of our campus: the curvaceous and colourful Vicki Sara ‘Science’ building; the world-renowned Frank Gehry-designed Dr Chau Chak Wing UTS Business School; and the striking aluminium-encased Faculty of Engineering and IT building that provides an unmissable entry-point to the CBD. UTS Central, the fourth building to be delivered under the plan, will be a vibrant student hub and faculty space in the heart of campus and is due to open in mid-2019.
Specialist facilities support our student-centred research, and allow industry partners to access state-of-the-art technology along with UTS research expertise. , as well as our high-impact
Our significant investment in buildings and equipment aligns with our purpose: to advance knowledge and learning through research-inspired teaching, research with impact and partnerships with industry, the professions and community.
Our buildings are a physical manifestation of the innovative and creative thinking that characterises UTS. While each is distinct, they have all been designed to support the hands-on, practice-oriented approach to teaching and research that UTS is known for.
Some UTS spaces and facilities are available for hire for conferences and external events..