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  • The opening of One Hundred Broadway marks a significant milestone – not only for UTS – but also the allied health education.

    - Joanne Gray, Head of UTS Graduate School of Health

  • Joanne Gray, Head of UTS Graduate School of Health
  • Our Indigenous commitment

    We recognise the Gadigal people of the Eora nation as the Traditional Owners and holders of knowledge of the places where our campus stands. We acknowledge elders both past and present and recognise the contribution that Indigenous people make to the academic and cultural life of the university.

  • UTS Graduate School of Health is renowned for its unique offering of innovative and practice based allied health disciplines.


    Founded in 2011 as a Pharmacy school – we’ve grown rapidly to incorporate seven disciplines that set us apart. We launched two new Master’s degrees in Genetic Counselling and Speech Pathology. The School welcomed the world- renowned Australian Stuttering Research Centre with multi- million dollar funding to establish the world’s first internet- based stuttering clinic.


    UTS is the only university to offer Good Manufacturing Practice in the Asia Pacific and one of only two universities in Australia to offer Orthoptics – therapists for the eyes.

    We pride ourselves on offering an interprofessional approach and harnessing new technology.


    We are also leading the way with Indigenous health. Our Indigenous Health discipline “Girra Maa” weaves Indigenous content through all of our courses to improve our students’ cultural competency and help improve health outcomes for Indigenous Australians. 


    One of the School’s many strengths is how it translates its research into practice. Our students on average complete over 540 hours of clinical placements in Sydney with options to study in rural Australia and overseas.


    We bring together over 300 clinical placement providers, research partners and collaborators. UTS is now placed 1st in Australia for universities under 50, leading the nation for high impact research, and in the 2018 Excellence Research in Australia, ranked above world standards for Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Psychology.


    We have also been named joint winner of GradConnection and the Australian Financial Review’s most employable students award.


    With healthcare being one of the fastest growing industries, would you like to make a difference? Join us at the Graduate School of Health.