Careers and employment – get a real job
In today’s world, an IT degree is a ticket to a dizzying array of career options. With plenty of jobs on offer to UTS Information Technology graduates here and around the world, we can help you discover where you can go and the skills and attributes you’ll need to get there.
Internships – career jump-start
Getting inside a job or industry is hands-down the best way to make sure it’s for you. It’s also an ideal way to get your foot in the door and gain the skills and experience to stand out from the crowd when you’re starting out in your career.
Student and graduate profiles – take it from someone who knows
Don’t just take our word for it. Our graduates and students know first-hand just what it’s like to study information technology at UTS, and the incredible places it can take you. Let their experiences to help you decide.
International opportunities – see the world
What if you could satisfy your wanderlust and gain a degree that unlocks exciting international career possibilities? With opportunities for international exchange or to combine your IT degree with International Studies, the world’s your oyster.
Summer at UTS – school's in for summer
You could laze away the long, hot summer days at the beach, or you could put them to use getting a head start on your future. Our Summer at UTS program is a great way to balance out your session workloads, brush up on your study skills and enhance your employability.
UTS support services – we're here for you
Uni can be a steep learning curve, and it’s good to know that there’s plenty of help available to help you balance your study, work, home, finances and personal life. At the UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT we offer a range of programs and services – like our Peer Network, Women in Engineering and IT and FEIT Learning Precinct – to help make your experience the best it can be.
Student life – find your tribe
Anyone who’s been a uni student will tell you that getting involved in campus life makes the whole ride pretty incredible. With more than 100 clubs and societies and heaps of cafes, bars and sporting facilities on campus, there are plenty of opportunities to pursue new interests and make new friends.