Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the University of Technology Sydney rating is 4.0. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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I am about to enter the Sydney University of technology as an exchange student. I can talk about how I feel before I study. From the beginning of the application process, the school has given very comprehensive help. I’d like to book a house in Sydney in London. Therefore, the accommodation Department of UTS was contacted to explain the situation. It is difficult to book accommodation because you can no longer see the actual house overseas. UTS school gave very detailed suggestions and even attached a link to each day’s suggestions. Which websites are rental websites in Australia? What measures can I take to get a reliable stay, and the school will provide legal aid if there are problems. This is what I think is very good about this school. It will actively and patiently answer all your questions. As for the improvements, I would like to talk about scholarships. UTS has many types of scholarships and even has an inquiry system suitable for your scholarships. However, there are very few teaching awards or project-supported scholarships that have really won academic achievements. I think as students, they also need some financial support to make movies or complete projects in the media, which is a move to develop more talents.View more
When I first joined UTS, it was during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in which UTS essentially manoeuvred to an online platform through the use of Zoom. The staff at UTS effectively implemented the use of Zoom with tutors trying there best to adapt to the constant change the pandemic presented. The overall support from tutors allowed for students to adapt to the changes.View more
As an international student in Sydney, Australia, there were a few challenges that I immediately faced upon arriving. One of the biggest challenges is the fact that I’m missing my home and family so much. However, once I started at UTS, I started to feel more at home as the other students and lecturers were so warm and welcoming.
Apart from the top-notch education, the university also strived for a study and leisure balance by organising plenty of social activities for students to enjoy. It was these social activities that allowed me to form lifelong friendships with students from other countries and faculties.
Looking back, UTS provided an international experience for me in the sense that I got to get to know people from various cultures, however, it also provided me with a local experience to enable me to adapt to life in Australia.
I landed a job straight away as soon as I graduated, and have never had any issues in my job career so far, so I would say that the job prospects are excellent as a graduate of UTS.
I would definitely recommend UTS to any student that is looking for a great study life balance and a top-notch education in Australia.View more
– Modern building and access to latest technology and Software which were relevant to my degree
– Access to a great Careers teams which helps with Interviews and Job Hunting Preparations
– Mandatory Industrial Training (Externally)
– Modern Library with access to thousands of books/literature
– 24/7 Access to Campus
– CBD location so close to shopping and food places
– Recent new staff who are very eager to teach
– Quite a few old staff – they recycle assignments so you aren’t challenged enough – hopefully newer staff changes this bad habit
– Personally – It seems like domestic students are preferred over International Students (In terms of how staff help others)
– A lot of recycled materials from other universities so it is easy for students to prepare for exams
– Since CBD location – Buildings are a fair walk apart – so classes may be in different buildings one after another which can be a ~15 min walk
– Not enough Practical Tips taught in lectures – most theory-based which I think is wrong.
With UTS being in a CBD location – Uni life is different to that of a typical uni. People hang out in buildings rather than the outside – although there are a few outdoor spots around campus.
Lots of things to do in buildings with game rooms, pubs and general chill/rest areas.
Would I recommend someone to study here? It depends on what that person wants and how much effort they are willing to put in.
If an individual wants an environment that isn’t as challenging as other unis but is willing to put in the work themselves and get a bit of guidance from lecturers and tutors then UTS is the place. But if you’re after a place with constant guidance, I’d recommend elsewhereView more