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Communications

Design, Architecture and Building

Engineering and Information Technology

Health

International Studies and Education

Law

Master of Data Science and Innovation

Science

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UTS Business School

Welcome video from the Dean of the UTS Business School

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Get to know UTS Business

Meet fellow students

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The Basics

What does learning look like at UTS?

The social side of uni

Demystifying uni jargon

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Prepping for week 1

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Top tips from academics

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School of Communications

Welcome video from the Head of the School of Communications

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Study Success

Explore your Faculty

Meet the community

Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building

Welcome video from the Dean of the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building (DAB)

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One Faculty – Three Schools

Featured Courses

Stay up-to-date with the latest news

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Faculty of Health

Welcome video from the Dean of the Faculty of Health

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Advice for new students

Tour the clinical spaces

Meet the students

Postgraduate course guide

Contact Faculty of Health

Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology

Welcome video from the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT)

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Get to know your faculty building

Connect with Faculty of Engineering and IT on social media

First Year Student Programs

Supporting Your Study

FEIT first year study space

Workspace

Faculty Contacts

Communities

Women in Engineering & IT (WiEIT)

FEIT Student Societies

School of International Studies and Education

Welcome video from the Head of the School of International Studies and Education

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Study Success

Explore your Faculty

Meet the community

Faculty of Law

Welcome from the Dean of Law

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How the Faculty of Law operates, and navigating your studies

Your Guide to Legal Writing

 

Tour of UTS Central

 

Student Stories

 

Alumni Stories

 

What drives us – Meet your teachers

 

Future proof your career with the Legal Futures and Technology Major (Undergraduate)

Faculty Lingo

 

Get involved – Opportunities to join the community

Brennan Justice and Leadership Program

UTS Law Student Society

Mooting

UTS Law and Careers

UTS Law internships

Contact us

Faculty of Master of Data Science and Innovation

Welcome from the Dean of Master of Data Science and Innovation (MDSI)

Welcome to the Master of Data Science and Innovation at UTS, a world-leading program of study in analytics and data science.

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Student Handbook

Top tips from MDSI students

Faculty of Science

Welcome by Prof. Michael Eyles, Assistant Deputy Vice Chancellor (Science)

Our head of faculty is Prof. Michael Eyles, Assistant Deputy Vice Chancellor (Science). In this video, you’ll find out Michael’s top tips to success in your university studies.

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Welcome to UTS Science

Start your journey

Study resources

Course Directors

Subject coordinators

 

UTS Science Handbook – Undergraduate Programs

UTS Science Handbook – Postgraduate Programs

Tour the facilities

Inside the Crime Science Simulation Lab

Inside the Super Lab

Inside our new Hive Lab in UTS Central

Student Profiles

Graduate Success Story: Justin Tierney

Graduate Success Story: Michael Walz

Graduate Success Story: Clare Bodimeare

Graduate Success Story: Jasmine Tan

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UTS Accounting academic, Dr Amanda White, and fourth-year Business student and President of the UTS Business Society, Caster Calma, discuss the answers to our most frequently asked questions from commencing students in our Bachelor programs. This series of videos covers everything from whether you need a Mac or Windows computer, to how our exams work, how you go about getting a student card, and even the big issues like where the best coffee is on campus.

Considering a combined degree? Wondering how an internship works? Want to know about clubs and societies you might get involved in at UTS? When making decisions about your future degree, it’s great to hear from someone who’s been there. Read up on stories about our students and graduates below, then join some of the Business clubs and societies.

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Welcome to UTS! You can learn more about the Faculty of Science on our website.

UTS Science has a support centre to help you with any mathematical studies related issues and bridging courses available to all students, including students who do not intend to study at UTS.

Have a question about your degree? Get in touch with your course director.

Have a question about a subject you’re enrolled in this session? Get in touch with the subject coordinator.

Forensic students at UTS Science have access to a unique Crime Scene Simulation Lab. Set up like a city apartment, the lab provides students with practical experience in crime scene investigations.

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The Super Lab is the first of its kind in Australia. Featuring modern equipment and technology it can accommodate up to 220 students from 12 different classes, with experiments from different disciplines running at once.

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Check out the Hive Super Lab, UTS’s newest lab facility, now open in UTS Central. Designed to a PC2-standard it will accommodate up to 270 students at any one time.

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Meet Marine Biology graduate Justin Tierney, now working as a Fisheries Technician at Port Stephens Fisheries Institute.

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Meet Nanotechnology graduate Michael Walz, now working as a Asset Data and Reporting Engineer at Veolia.

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Meet Biomedical Science graduate, Clare Bodimeade, who is now working as a Territory Manager Arthroplasty for Stryker.

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Meet Analytics graduate, Jasmine Tan, who is now working as a Senior Consultant for Deloitte.

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Get social with us. Keep up to date with everything UTS Science on social media.

For all student enquiries, please contact the Student Centre.

Get to know the amazing features of the engineering & IT building. Our students lovingly call it ‘The Cheesegrater” Let us know if you come up with another fun name for our beloved building 11.

Join this Facebook group exclusive to FEIT current students to stay updated with the latest happenings across the faculty, society and clubs as well volunteer & career opportunities.

Orientation buddy

The FEIT Orientation Buddies program connects you with a current UTS student through your transition to uni, for 3 weeks, starting Monday 20 July- Friday 7 August. Join today to connect with a current student and form your first friend at UTS, before you even start 🙂 Find out more information >

This space has been created for you to study, interact and socialise with each other on Microsoft Teams. This space is for you, the students. You can use this in any way you wish to further your learning and social interaction at UTS. There are no lecturers or tutors in these groups so it’s purely for you to work together to solve problems, study or share common interests.

The WorkSpace portal provides access to selected FEIT lab applications from any device any time across the internet.

Academic advice regarding your course, major(s), progression, recognition of prior learning, etc that the Student Centre is unable to provide is available from the Faculty’s Program Coordinators (also known as Academic Advisers).

Women in Engineering and IT provides a diverse, safe and inclusive community so that study and careers in Engineering and IT are not limited by gender. Our community includes hundreds of students, staff and professionals engaged through regular coffee hours and cultural celebrations in our dedicated space in the UTS Engineering and IT building and online. Follow WiEIT on Facebook >

UTS Engineering Society (EngSoc)

UTS Engineering Society (EngSoc) The UTS Engineering Society is one of the largest societies at UTS encompassing students from all stages of their degree as well as alumni. Our mission is to unite students, faculty and industry through a variety of social and networking events. Follow EngSoc on Facebook>

UTS Tech Society (TechSOC)

We’re the UTS Tech Society (TechSOC), the largest student-run IT association at the University of Technology, Sydney. Our society aims to strive and inspire students to gain knowledge and an insight into the IT industry. Follow TechSOC on Facebook>

Cyber Security Society (CSEC)

The Cyber Security Society (CSEC) strives to promote cyber security at UTS by helping its students become aware of the importance of cyberspace in response to the world’s increasing reliance on technology and data. Follow CSEC on LinkedIn>

Robotics Society (RoboSoc)

Robotics Society is a friendly and social environment in which students of all disciplines can participate in building and learning about Robotics. Follow RoboSoc on Facebook>

Programmers’ Society (ProgSoc)

ProgSoc is here to promote programming and generate interest in Information Technology within UTS. We host a variety of talks and activities from industry and a range of social events. Follow ProgSoc on Facebook>

Engineers Without Borders (EWB)

The UTS Chapter of the renowned not-for-profit organisation Engineers Without Borders, aims to give students the opportunity to operate as humanitarian engineers in their local and regional communities. We further hope to create an environment that allows students to develop the social skills essential to being successful team leaders on the forefront of social change. Follow EWB on Facebook>

PAAS: Professional Aeronautics and Astronautics Society

Professional Aeronautics and Astronautics Society is a pre-professional society to promote & provide practical skills & training, and encourage involvement in projects and activities in the fields of space and aerospace entrepreneurship, avionics, aeronautics, and astronautics. PAAS fosters an ecosystem specific to aerospace and its related fields within UTS, surrounding universities and industries. Follow PAAS on Facebook>

UTS Motorsports society

UTS Motorsports society The Motorsports Society is a social club for motorsport enthusiasts. The society was created with all types of fans in mind – whether you work on race cars on the weekends, or just like to watch Formula One on tv, you’ll be right at home. The Motorsports Society also enjoys a close relationship with UTS Motorsports, the Formula SAE team. This enables us to capitalise on an already strong motorsport presence at the university, giving us a unique opportunity that you won’t find anywhere. Follow UTS Motorsports on Facebook>

Biomedical Engineering Society (BESUTS)

The Biomedical Engineering Society (BESUTS) is a society based around the discipline of Biomedical Engineering, to showcase the various different routes and pathways one may be able to take, as well as promoting a professional and supportive environment for like-minded individuals to both collaborate and learn from one another. Follow BESUTS on Facebook>

Electrical Society (Esoc)

The UTS Electrical Engineering Society aims to bring together a community of like-minded engineers, providing a platform for networking and academic excellence for all those interested in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Follow Esoc on Facebook>

Playmakers

At Playmakers, we focus on promoting interaction design and games development at UTS. We host frequent practical activities, providing you with opportunities to learn and improve your skills regardless of your abilities as well as the opportunity to develop a portfolio and network with industry professionals. Follow Playmakers on Facebook>

Three Schools. Our course offerings are ever-evolving, across Design, Architecture, and the Built Environment. Whether you’re an undergraduate or postgrad, an International student or domestic, we provide ongoing opportunities and news for (and about) our students.

COVID-19 has changed the way that people around the world live and learn. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences staff have worked tirelessly to transition classes to a remote model of learning. Our students have found new ways to connect, and alumni have shown great agility and creativity.

Know who to turn to when you need advice and support.

Take a look at your new Faculty close up! Follow Luke and Maddie as they take you through our state-of-the-art Communication and Education facilities.

Faculty Tour

School Tour

At the UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), there’s a reason why our Communication, International Studies and Education students and alumni are well-regarded and sought after in the industry. Connect with fellow students, read testimonials, browse student work and find out what opportunities await you.

At the UTS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), there’s a reason why our Communication, International Studies and Education students and alumni are well-regarded and sought after in the industry. Connect with fellow students, read testimonials, browse student work and find out what opportunities await you.

Hear from current UTS nursing students as they share their tips for success while studying at UTS

As a nursing or midwifery student at UTS, you’ll get hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art clinical laboratories – some of the best educational health spaces in the southern hemisphere. Designed to mimic real-world facilities, you’ll be able to practise your skills in a safe and immersive learning environment.

Tour the spaces in 360

Browse student and graduate profiles and find out what studying at UTS is all about.

Discover your postgraduate study options with this essential guide that covers what’s in store.

Welcome to UTS Faculty of Law

Welcome to the 2020 Law Student Guidebook! This Guidebook contains useful information about:

Study Resources, such as the Graduate Attributes for your course, legal writing and the library.
Opportunities, including mentoring, mooting and the Brennan Justice and Leadership program.
Student Support, including the Faculty’s Academic Liaison Officer for Accessibility Services, special consideration and student wellbeing.
Administration matters, such as email communication, requests for extensions and exams.

Keep the Guide handy and use it as the first place to look when you have a question relating to your study. Your lecturers and tutors will expect you to have done your research in the Guidebook before asking a question.

You may also find the answer to your question at one of the following resources:

1. University Handbook
2. University and Law webpages
3. Law Student Society webpage

The Faculty’s Director of Students, Stuart Lowe, is available to assist students with major decisions concerning their study. The academic and professional staff in the Law Faculty wish you all the very best for your study in 2020.

Maxine Evers
Associate Dean (Education)

Do you want to maximise your marks for written work? 

Then please read the UTS Law Guide to Written Communication. It contains advice and essential information including examples, and material on referencing and assessments. You’ll also find the UTS Law resource for English Language extremely useful!

UTS Central, Building 2

We are proud to be located within floors 14 to 16 of the UTS Central building (Building 2). Here you will find a range of student and teaching spaces, including our moot court and trial courts, as well as the Faculty’s reception and academic offices.

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Meet Tutti – a 4th year Communication and Law student

Tutti is sharing her experience studying and keeping balance while studying at UTS.

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Want to make the most of your time while at UTS Law?

From internships to Law societies, make the most of the #utslife by networking, being the change you want to see, mooting, and meeting like-minded people.

Meet Nicholas – UTS Law Graduate

UTS Law graduate, Nicholas Stewart shares how studying at UTS led him into securing a clerkship at a top-tier law firm. Nicholas Stewart is now Partner at Dowson Turco Lawyers and Chair of the Austraian Lawyers for Human Rights Committee.

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Meet Your Teachers

Meet some of our academics from the Faculty of Law and hear about their research, and how it impacts society. Our academic work is conducted with the aim to provide social justice to all members of our community. We want to make sure that people feel heard and that there is increasing attention on issues that deserve a lot of concern.

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Legal Futures and Technology Major

The next generation of lawyers, company secretaries and compliance professionals need to be ready for AI, automation and machine learning and its impact on traditional professions. Find out how UTS is preparing its graduates.

Dummies Guide to Addressing Judicial Officers

If you’re dreaming of a glorious legal future, the last thing you want to do is stride confidently to the bar table in the Supreme Court and incorrectly address the judge. Never fear, here at the Faculty of Law we’ve broken down the basics – you’ll be rocking that legal networking night in no time at all! Read the full guide to addressing judicial officers.

The Brennan Justice and Leadership Program

The Brennan Program is a voluntary program for UTS undergraduate and postgraduate Law students to strengthen justice consciousness, promote pro bono, and develop leadership and practical understanding of law’s operation.
The two components of the program are:
Reflections on Justice (ROJ) in which students explore the idea of justice through diverse group and individual activities. A lot of which are online this session.
Leadership through Service (LTS) in which students develop leadership capacity through voluntary service.

The Law Student Society (LSS)

The UTS Law Students’ Society (LSS) is the largest student-run society on campus. It provides a variety of services to all law students ranging from organising social events, educational seminars and mentoring programs to health and wellbeing initiatives.

An important part of this role is being a key communication channel between UTS Law and the student body including representing student concerns to the Dean where necessary. For a list of services to members visit Law Student Society

Mooting Competition Program

UTS Law supports an extensive mooting competition program both nationally and internationally as an opportunity for students to gain an international perspective on their courses and careers. Mooting is an exciting way to gain high level courtroom skills and research experience, and is fully funded by the Faculty (including airfares, accommodation and competition expenses).

 

Mooting is a mock-court experience where students argue questions of law. Coveted by top law students and future employers scoping talent, mooting augments your ability to persuasively argue a case in court and become intimately familiar with relevant law through research.

The UTS Law Student Society also runs a variety of legal competitions, including mooting, which is a great way for first and second year students to get experience before competing at a national and international level.

UTS Law Careers

The UTS Law Career webpage holds key information in relation to seeking jobs, graduate employment program and summer clerkship schemes, practical experience which is essential for becoming a lawyer and much more. Our UTS Careers Consultants can work with you on these areas, as well as instant resume feedback, finding a mentor, career advice. UTS Careers also hold a variety of events workshops and competitions for both our undergraduate and postgraduate Law students.

 

Internships

UTS Law’s creative, innovative and practical approach to learning whilst building strong industry links has led to the development of experiential local and international learning opportunities for our students. For further information on undergraduate and postgraduate internships visit the UTS Law website.

 

Contact us

Depending on what your query is regarding, you may be speaking to the UTS Student Centre, our UTS Law reception or a member of our Faculty directly. All course and subject coordinator details can be found on your subject outline, located on your relevant subject site (UTS Online or Canvas depending on your degree).