As the saying goes, it’s who you know. We’ve got pretty solid connections with more than 1000 companies, and the benefits are yours for the taking.
When you choose to study at the UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT you get to experience the best of both worlds - a great degree and exposure to UTS industry partners.
Students who enrol in the Bachelor of Science in IT can add the Diploma in Information Technology Professional Practice as part of their program. The
internship is a structured program, consisting of one nine-month internship alongside your IT course.
Internships are structured programs that give you valuable hands-on work experience. You get to see how the technical knowledge you learn at uni is applied in practice. It’s the perfect way to explore the world of work to learn more about the type of job options and career paths available to you.
Professional experience from day one
Step one listen, step two do. IT subjects are delivered by industry professors who understand the importance of practice. Be a true professional from the start, by applying your skills to real industry challenges, hackathons and showcases.
Summer studios are high energy, open-ended and collaborative subjects with input from academics and industry partners. The team-based projects include a challenging, open-ended industry task that helps develop your professional skills in communication, team-work, complex problem solving and creativity. Highlight the studio experience on your resume as an example of project experience and demonstrate the professional skills you developed at interview.
UTS equips you with the tools to become entrepreneurs, whether it’s with our free entrepreneurship courses, industry bootcamps and hackathons, or with the startup community, there’s an entrepreneurship offering available for you!
Lucy mentoring program
The Lucy Mentoring Program connects women studying engineering or technology at UTS to professionals for a one-on-one mentoring relationship. The program empowers women to set goals and work towards achieving them with the support of a mentor, setting them up for a successful career in engineering or technology.
UTS Careers works closely with graduate recruiters and faculties to facilitate programs and events to equip students with key job seeking skills, graduate opportunities and volunteering experience.
UTS IT graduates are eligible to apply for Professional-level membership of the Australian Computer Society, ensuring your qualification is recognised globally.