The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is a university in Sydney, Australia. The university was founded in its current form in 1988, although its origins trace back to the 1870s. It is part of the Australian Technology Network of universities.
It was ranked 6th in Australia in the CWTS Leiden Ranking 2014 and in the 401st–500th bracket and 17th–19th in Australia in the 2013 Academic Ranking of World Universities
The largest faculty at UTS and one of the largest business schools in Australia with almost 11, 500 full-time equivalent students, over 300 academics and six prominent research centres and an active global network of almost 50, 000 alumni. The Dean is Professor Roy Green. The schools of Business and Finance have AACSB and CFA accreditation respectively.
Design, Architecture and Building:
The School of Design of the former Sydney College of the Arts was incorporated into NSWIT on 25 January 1988 and teaches about 3500 students.
Engineering and Information Technology:
UTS Engineering is one of the largest providers of engineering education in Australia and teaches over 7, 700 students, both within Australia and in international locations.
Graduate School of Health:
As the first course area in the Graduate School of Health, UTS:Pharmacy offers practice-based graduate-entry pharmacy coursework education and research.
UTS Health provides research and learning in a range of health disciplines, including nursing, midwifery, health management and exercise and sports science. In particular, UTS Health has one of the largest nursing undergraduate programs in NSW with about 3000 students. The Faculty has a strong commitment to Indigenous health with the inclusion of a core subject in nursing and midwifery undergraduate curricula.
UTS Science has research activities including climate change, forensic science and biology, nanotechnology, health technology, biotechnology, mathematical modelling of complex systems, infectious and parasitic diseases, imaging and marine biology and teaches about 3300 students.