We offer a range of outreach activities, workshops and events for school students. Our programs are designed to provide students with information about UTS courses and give them an opportunity to experience our student life. The majority of our activities are run at our City campus.
This is a great opportunity for students and teachers to see our facilities first-hand and experience activities undertaken by current students.
School visits, career markets and campus tours
Interested in organising a UTS school visit, career market or campus tour for your students? Please complete the outreach request form and we’ll get back to you within 2 business days.
We’ll try our best to accommodate your request.
The following study areas also offer outreach programs:
If you have any questions about our outreach programs, please contact the UTS Future Students Team via 9514 1711.
We host a range of events, UTS wide and discipline specific, throughout the year that’ll give your students an insight on what it’s like to study at UTS. Think Open Day, workshops, discovery days and info sessions.
Check out our upcoming UTS Undergraduate events.
U@Uni is an outreach program that works with partner schools primarily located in South West Sydney. This program values and seeks to increase the diversity in tertiary education by inspiring and enabling high school students from low socio-economic (low SES) and/or Indigenous backgrounds to attend university.
Indigenous outreach activities
School visits and campus tours
Customised for Indigenous students to experience university and consider it as an option for their future education. School groups and community organisations are welcome.
Contact us | Phone: 02 9514 1902 | Email: email@example.com | Website: Nanga Mai webpage
UTS Art Learning
UTS ART Learning & Projects connects primary, secondary and tertiary students with contemporary art, artists and ideas. Year-round workshops, temporal public art events and coursework projects give students the opportunity to work directly and collaboratively with artists and curators, developing their capacity as critical and creative thinkers.
Guided tours and workshops based on the UTS Art Collection, rich in works by Indigenous artists, expand staff and students’ understanding of contemporary art and society.