Welcome to UTS!
We’ve designed a comprehensive Orientation & Preparation Week program to help you get the best start to your student experience. Throughout the week of July 25-30, there’ll be the opportunity to attend a variety of sessions to help you prepare for your time at university.
You may notice students dressed in orange around campus. These students are known as Peer Networkers and will be roaming around UTS throughout Orientation & Preparation Week to help you get acquainted with your new campus. The Peer Network is made up of current international and local UTS students, so if you have any questions during Orientation don’t be shy, they’re a friendly bunch and are here to help you!
UTS + YOU contains sessions that have been identified as relating to your particular faculty and/or course, along with an official welcome from the university.
From learning how to master LinkedIn to getting tips on how to find part-time work while you’re studying, these sessions and activities can help you kick start your career journey.
UTS offers a variety of services to support students transitioning to university learning styles. These sessions will provide tips and tricks to help you to succeed while you’re studying at UTS.
HELPS (Higher Education Language & Presentation Support) is dedicated to providing English language and academic literacy support to all UTS students. These workshops will help you best prepare and optimise your understanding of lectures and tutorials.
How do I get to the library? Where can I buy my textbooks? Where’s building 15? What’s so special about all the new buildings at UTS? And where are all the books kept?! Attend one of the tours on offer to find out.
The UTS Library will soon become one of your most frequently visited places in Sydney. Sign up to a library tour and quick start workshop to learn the ins and outs of your new study home.
Sort out all the life-admin things you may not want to have to think about, but have to- accommodation, finances and how to manage the juggling act of study/work/life balance.
University is about much more than attending classes. Having a well-rounded university experience also means getting involved in different activities on campus, joining sporting and social clubs, making new friends along the way and having fun!
Saturday 30th July is an Orientation day specifically for mature-age and post-graduate students who aren’t able to attend sessions during the week. It will consist of a UTS welcome in the morning which includes tips for older students in maintaining the balance between work and study. Following a light brunch, students will have the option to sign up to attend one of five afternoon sessions depending on your interests. Spaces for the afternoon sessions are limited so book in quickly!
Tower Building: The Great Hall (CB01)
Tower, Building 1, Level 5 (CB01.05), 15 Broadway, Broadway, NSW 2007
Access is via the main stairs in the level 4 foyer or via the lifts to level 5. The Great Hall is used as the main venue on campus for graduations, examinations, orientations, enrolments, and public lectures.
Building 4: Science / University Hall (CB04)
745 Harris Street, Broadway, NSW 2007
On Level 1 you’ll fine ActivateFit on Harris, UTS Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinics and Nourish. On Levels 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 you’ll find UTS: Science and University Hall.
Corner Quay Street & Ultimo Road, Haymarket
Facilities available at Blake Library include the Learning Commons, individual and Group Study Rooms and areas, Special Needs Room, Presentation Practice Rooms, computer access labs, training facilities, Scholars Centre, Baya Ng’ara Nura, Australian Culture Lounge, and the International Cultural and News Centre.
Building 6: Peter Johnson Building (CB06)
702-730 Harris Street, Broadway, NSW 2007
Building 6 is the UTS: Design, Architecture and Building space. On Level 4 you’ll find the UTS Gallery and DAB Café.
Building 11: FEIT Building (CB11)
81 Broadway, Broadway, NSW 2007
Building 11 houses the UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT), some 500 staff and up to 4,300 students over its 14 levels.
Building 7: Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building (CB07)
67 Thomas Street, Broadway, NSW 2007
Building 7 houses UTS Science and the Graduate School of Health, and provides access to the Library Retrieval System located below Alumni Green.
Building 5: Haymarket, Building 5 Block A, B, C, D (CB05A, CB05B, CB05C, CB05D)
1 Quay St, Haymarket, NSW 2000
In Block A you’ll find Teaching and learning spaces, Blake Library (City Campus), Security Office, Haymarket Precinct. In Block B you’ll find UTS Law and the Student Centre. In Block C you’ll find UTS Business and in Block D you’ll find UTS Business and Audio Visual Services.
Building 8: Dr Chau Chak Wing Building (CB08)
14 Ultimo Road, Ultimo, NSW 2007
The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is the first building in Australia designed by Frank Gehry, one of the world’s most influential architects. The 11-storey building provides teaching, learning, research and office accommodation for the UTS Business School.