Location and facilities
Business classes are held throughout the UTS Campus, including the Frank Gehry designed Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, located in the heart of Chinatown and Sydney's thriving CBD, close to industry centres in a wide range of sectors as well as plenty of food, entertainment and leisure spaces. The campus is accessible by rail, bus and light rail services, and UTS students are eligible for a student discount from many of the nearby parking stations.
UTS Business School's commitment to innovative teaching and learning is reflected in our state-of-the-art facilities. Our new learning spaces encourage collaboration and innovation in both formal and informal learning environments. Our facilities include flexible environments, informal learning spaces, group collaboration areas and social hubs. These collaboration areas are designed with a high level of connectivity, with large display screens and smart whiteboards that connect to students' laptops to enable clear and effective information sharing.
The spaces have been created as an interconnected environment, with everything from reading nooks to large conference-style areas, all fitted with power outlets for recharging batteries. The Sandpit, part of the award-winning Greenspace in Building 5, can be used either as an open space, or curtained off for privacy, while the Shed provides an indoor/outdoor environment with heating for the winter months. Kitchen and shower facilities, lockers, ATMs and lounges mean students have more options to make their study time fit into their schedules.
The campus has direct access to the university's refurbished library facilities, as well as 24 hour IT support and access to computer labs. With a number of student lounges, there's plenty of space for all our students to study, relax and socialise.
High Performance Computing
The Finance and Economics disciplines have high performance computing clusters available to their research students, composed of eight Atlas nodes and four Helium nodes, which are regularly updated.