Maile Carnegie: I see UTS’ key strength is its ability in a very, very long and enduring way to consistently produce graduates who are able to tackle the business problems that are happening today.
Roy Green: If you're serious about studying business, then you have to study where business happens, and that's right here.
Glen Boreham: I think it's wonderfully well positioned. I think physically, geographically it's well positioned. You know, right on the edge of Sydney's CBD with such close proximity not only students, but businesses and headquarters and everything else that Sydney has to offer.
Maile Carnegie: UTS does a great job collaborating with business. They've got a very active advisory board, and that really allows business to work and collaborate with the university to make sure that the programmes they're developing are going to be what business needs when the graduates come out at the other side, but also I see the school do a great job working on research - collaborative research with business, and really what that allows the school to do is not only just understand what today's business problems are, but help to work with business to predict what the future problems are going to be.
Rosemary Tran: I think one of the best things about studying at the UTS Business School is the passion and the knowledge of all of the lecturers and tutors that you have as part of your degree.
Tshinta Morris-Fernando: I'm very happy with my decision of studying at UTS. I don't think there'd be any other university I'd rather be at, because there's so much support here and I know that if I am having trouble with any of my work or anything like that I know that lecturers are going to be there to help me with it. Also the support I got with Jumbunna, the indigenous centre - they've been amazing helping me through this year.
Moe Sawwas: Most of my lecturers were sort of either involved in the industry or they've been working in the industry for a long time.
Antoine Hermens: So not only have we got a very diverse student population, but we also have a very diverse academic staff area as well, and all of them have one thing in common of course; is they have a very broad range of practical experience - very highly academically qualified as well, and they have a real interest in outcomes - helping students improve their future career options as well.
Brett Whitford: The UTS Business School graduates are excellent to do business with, primarily because they have that blend of educational rigor and outside experience.
Maria Atkinson: I think the key thing that I learned at UTS was holistic thinking, and to understand that nothing is independent, and it's all connected. So we took a lot of theory and applied it in a very pragmatic way, which I could apply to multiple businesses and sectors that I've worked in since.
Roy Green: We're dedicated to providing knowledge with impact, practical, innovative and ethical business education of the highest quality. I invite you to explore the many options available and find the programme that best suits your needs.