1. World class status
- Highest performing university in Australia under 50 years old (Times Higher Education WUR - Top 200 under 50 Rankings 2017) (QS Top 50 under 50 2016-2017)
- Ranked in the Top 200 universities globally (QS World University Rankings 2018)
- Winner, Hybrid Learning Award (QS Reimagine Education Awards 2015)
- 8th highest performing university in the worlds under 50 years old (QS Top 50 Under 50 2017)
- 5 stars for excellence across all 8 categories (QS Stars Rating 2015-2017)
2. Industry networks
We partner with leading legal institutions and commercial companies, providing opportunities to network, engage and develop our industry-leading Faculty. We regularly host networking events and careers seminars and actively consult with professional bodies on emerging trends and needs in legal education. Our excellent relationships with the professions, industry and the community are facilitated in part through our centres and institutes, which support, develop and promote activities in existing or emerging fields of strategic relevance and importance.
Thanks to the generous support from the legal and professional community, we offer over $190,000 worth of scholarships and award over $25,000 in prizes and awards annually to our students.
3. Innovative and recognised courses
UTS:Law is at the forefront of legal education in Australia, leading the way with Sydney's first Juris Doctor, Australia's first dispute resolution program, the country's first intellectual property program to fulfil registration requirements as a registered trade mark or patent attorney, and the first university to offer an accredited practical legal training (PLT) program in Sydney.
4. At the heart of it all
Study at the heart of Sydney. Just five minutes walk from Central Train Station, we are close to the Central Business District (CBD) and easily accessible by bus, train and light rail. There are also a number of parking stations close to campus with discounted student rates.
5. Flexible study options
Our courses are flexible to suit your lifestyle. Study your degree in either full-time or part-time mode, depending on your chosen course. Daytime lectures in core subjects are repeated in the evening (and often recorded or podcasted), and you can also attend our intensive Summer session to fast track elective subjects.
6. State-of-the-art facilities
As a UTS:Law student, you have access to state-of-the-art modern facilities and services. We have a purpose-built moot court and trial courts to practise your legal arguments, and law designated computer labs available for extended hours. Lectures are conducted in large air-conditioned multimedia theatres, with tutorials run in separate spaces to enable small group work and research.
The Haymarket campus, where the Faculty is located, is wireless so you can access the internet at any time on your laptop for free. It also has cafes, coffee kiosks, comfortable lounge areas and study spaces, and outdoor courtyards for relaxing between classes and catching up with friends.
7. Graduate success
Critical thinking. Ethics. A global outlook. These and other characteristics, qualities, skills and capabilities possessed by UTS:Law students at graduation are not merely aspirational. As a successful law graduate in today's world, you need to know more than just the law and how to apply it. These attributes are embedded in our course structure, subject activities, and assessments.