Founded in 1988

Founded in 1988

University of Technology Sydney

Founded in 1988

Founded in 1988

University of Technology Sydney

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  • 46259

  • 15577

    International students
  •  00099F

    CRICOS Code
  • 133

    World ranking
  • 9

    Country ranking

University of Technology Sydney

UTS is a public university of technology defined by our support for the economic, social and cultural prosperity of our communities. One of its key strengths is the social and cultural diversity of our students, staff and partners in the professions and the community. With a total enrolment of over 44,000 students, UTS is one of the largest universities in Australia.  

The UTS City campus encompasses a variety of precincts and buildings catering to teaching, learning, research, social and administrative activities. Three of the City campus’s precincts – Haymarket, Broadway and Blackfriars – are located at the southern gateway to Sydney’s cosmopolitan central business district (CBD), and surrounded by local attractions. The newest precincts are situated within the elite sporting zone at Moore Park and on an industrial park at Botany.

UTS is the top-ranked young university in Australia. Its vision is to be a leading public university of technology recognised for global impact. They are known for their innovative teaching. They're committed to practical innovation and research that benefits industry and society. They believe in social change to create a more just and equal world.

On-campus accommodation

Campus(es) list based on university info

City campus

Residence fee Duration

$10,088 AUD

UP to $22,360

Off-campus accommodation

annual rent in Sydney based on univly research


Shared house

$10,608 AUD


Shared house

$7,068 AUD


Entire house

$21,216 AUD


UTS is located in a vibrant creative precinct, with many options for great food to cater for all tastes. University offers 5 residential campuses  students with comfortable, affordable and convenient living options on and around the UTS City campus. The UTS campus has a number of places to eat during the day, including Café 10 (in Building 10), The Cornerstone Café (directly opposite B10) and Penny Lane (B11, next to B10) which is also a bar. Whether it’s getting to UTS or exploring Sydney, travel with ease by train, bus, ferry or light rail. 

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