UTS Careers is dedicated to providing UTS students with accessible, timely and tailored advice, no matter where you are.
Good news, we’ve reopened our on-campus Careers Drop-in and are also keeping virtual appointments available, so there are more ways than ever to get the career support you need.
Our 15-minute in-person or virtual drop-in sessions with a Recruitment Advisor are available Monday - Friday, and can be booked online.
Career Consultations will remain online for now and can be arranged after attending a drop-in appointment or by contacting UTS Careers via email@example.com or on +61 2 9514 1471.
Regular open hours
You can book an in-person or virtual drop-in session with us Monday - Friday, between 10am - 12pm, or between 1:30pm - 4:30 pm*.
* Please note the last appointment commences at 4:15 pm.
Occasionally, we may make changes to our opening hours, sometimes at short notice. Please check our Facebook page for the most up to date opening hours.
Call us: +61 2 9514 1471
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal address: PO Box 123, Broadway, NSW 2007
Career action plan
The Career Action Plan is a comprehensive collation of advice and resources that can help you to navigate the career development process. Whether you are starting from scratch, or focusing on a particular step in your career progression, you can access useful resources, complete activities, and record your progress via this personalised tool.
Please note: You may be directed to the Career Action Plan, to review resources as a part of throughout your Virtual Drop-in session.
Career consultations, resume reviews and drop-in consultations are made available to service users subject to demand, which varies at different times in the academic year. Service users will be informed of the nature, frequency and duration of service that is reasonable, based on the level of demand, staff availability, and service user needs.
The University reserves the right to take all necessary action to protect the safety of its staff, students and facilities, and to ensure reasonable use of services and facilities. This may include revoking or placing conditions on access to facilities, services, or campus precincts.
The provision of UTS Careers’ services to students includes the eligibility to express interest in a mentoring program.
Information may be loaded into a mentoring program from existing information held by our services, such as CareerHub, to email an invitation via GRID (the platform used to facilitate the mentoring program). Only individuals who meet eligibility criteria, whether invited or registering directly and agree to the privacy notice will be accepted into a mentor program. If you do not wish to be part of a mentoring program as part of the services provided by Careers, please contact Careers.