A rejuvenated, interconnected campus
Close to Central Station and straddling Broadway, our vibrant and connected campus is part of a precinct that is home to the ABC, the Powerhouse Museum, TAFE Ultimo, the International Convention Centre (ICC), Darling Harbour and Chinatown.
Our commitment to future-focused learning, high-impact research, and effective partnerships with industry and community is reflected in the design of our campus.
Over the past decade, our as they develop the solutions to the challenges of tomorrow. has transformed our campus into an interconnected urban environment that supports excellence in teaching and research. This $1 billion-plus investment has delivered iconic new buildings – including the Frank Gehry-designed – and state-of-the-art facilities that give UTS staff, students and researchers access to cutting-edge technologies
While the exteriors of the new buildings are distinctively different, their interiors have all been designed to support the hands-on, practice-oriented approach to teaching and research that UTS is known for. The vision for the campus transformation was developed in tandem with initiative, which aligns future-focused curriculum with informed technology use.
A sustainable campus
The campus is also a physical reflection of the university’s . Our newest buildings have all achieved five- or six-star Green Star Certified ratings, with sustainable design and engineering initiatives a prominent component of their design.
Across the campus, we are implementing innovative initiatives that are reducing our electricity consumption, our potable water use and our waste to landfill. Our facilities support our students and staff to enhance their own sustainable practices through recycling, reducing single-use plastics and using sustainable transport.
A future-focused campus
Over our 30 years, UTS has thrived and grown into a leading public university of technology
Our vibrant city campus is located in Sydney’s innovation heartland, on the southern edge of the CBD
Our decade-long Campus Master Plan has delivered iconic new buildings and a world-class campus with sustainability at its heart
A campus without walls, designed to be porous, to support knowledge exchange and collaboration.
Our campus now stretches to Sydney’s premier sporting precinct at Moore Park and the Botany industrial hub near Sydney Airport
Our connected campus is open to industry partners and the community
And gives UTS students, staff and partners access to cutting-edge facilities and technologies, as they develop the solutions to the challenges of tomorrow
Our learning, teaching and research are constantly evolving as our campus continues to transform, ensuring we are ready to meet the future in every way
UTS continues to invest in and transform our campus to support our work as a leading public university of technology. We are developing work and study spaces to accommodate future education and research needs, as well as future growth.
Our investment in specialist facilities is providing new opportunities for high-impact research and industry partnerships. By reimagining and evolving our physical spaces we are fundamentally changing the way we deliver teaching, learning and research.
Our campus is open to industry partners and the community, who are welcome to visit at any time.
UTS campus by the numbers
|Buildings||64 buildings (on 13 sites)|
|Biggest building||Building 1 (64,000 sqm)|
|Tallest building||UTS Tower (120 metres)|
|Oldest building||Buildings 22 and 25 (Victorian-era)|
|Newest building||Building 2 (UTS Central)|