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Information for students

UTS: Business is located at City campus.

UTS: Business courses are administered by the UTS Business School. The business school consists of five discipline groups: Accounting; Economics; Finance; Management; and Marketing.

Location, contacts and inquiries

Student Centre, Haymarket

The Student Centre, Haymarket manages the student administration activities of the faculty and is responsible for a broad range of activities including admission, enrolment, graduation, course information, promotion and student matters.

See also the UTS Business School website.

Undergraduate and postgraduate inquiries

Student Centre, Haymarket

Level 1, Building 5
Quay Street, Haymarket
telephone 1300 ask UTS (1300 275 887) or +61 2 9514 1222
fax +61 2 9514 3654

Postal address

UTS Student Centre
University of Technology Sydney
PO Box 123
Broadway NSW 2007
Student Administration Unit (managing your course)

Business Practice Unit

Ultimo Road, Ultimo
telephone +61 2 9514 3504
Business Practice Unit

Office hours

9am–5pm Monday to Friday

Discipline Group offices

All discipline group offices are open 9am–5pm Monday to Friday.

Inquiries regarding lectures, assignments and the consultation times of lecturers should be directed to the discipline group offices during business hours.

Accounting Discipline Group

City campus

Quay Street, Haymarket
telephone +61 2 9514 3560
fax +61 2 9514 3669

Economics Discipline Group

City campus

Ultimo Road, Ultimo
telephone +61 2 9514 7713

Finance Discipline Group

City campus

Ultimo Road, Ultimo
telephone +61 2 9514 7777

Management Discipline Group

City campus

Quay Street, Haymarket
telephone +61 2 9514 3614
fax +61 2 9514 3602

Marketing Discipline Group

City campus

Quay Street, Haymarket
telephone +61 2 9514 3522
fax +61 2 9514 3535

Graduate attributes

A graduate from the UTS Business School is expected to possess the following attributes:

  1. Business knowledge and concepts – be able to operate effectively with business knowledge of sufficient depth in different professions, industry and society, both locally and globally.
  2. Critical thinking, creativity and analytical skills – be able to apply and demonstrate critical and analytical skills, and innovation in business practice.
  3. Communication and interpersonal skills – be able to use communication skills (reading/writing and listening/speaking) to work with others and be self-reflective.
  4. Attitudes and values – have an awareness of obligations and responsibilities in business and their impact.
  5. Business practice-oriented skills – be able to integrate generic, technical and professional skills including being proficient in technology, to operate effectively in various industry contexts with the capacity to anticipate and respond to change.

These graduate attributes overarch each of the business school's undergraduate and postgraduate programs, but each of these programs have their own distinct set of graduate attributes, known as learning goals, which need to be assured as part of the business school's AACSB accreditation, through a set of aligned learning objectives.


AIESEC is the world's largest student organisation. Existing in over 125 countries around the world and with over 70,000 members, AIESEC aims to promote cultural awareness and international understanding, develop practical managerial skills for its members, and bridge the gap between students, academics and the business sector.

It is AIESEC's membership base of determined and committed students who contribute to changing people's lives and developing themselves as leaders. This is achieved through activities such as AIESEC's international exchange programs, team building, marketing, project management and national and international conferences. AIESEC also provides opportunities to gain business contacts and make new friends.

AIESEC provides students with the ability not only to do something for themselves, but also to have an impact on the lives of people around the world in many different ways.

Further information on exchange and membership is available from:

City campus, Haymarket

Executive development

The Business Practice Unit (BPU) provides the community with access to the diverse resources of the UTS Business School – tapping into its academic programs and rigorous research in a way that is real, relevant and flexible. BPU covers not only what is conventionally known at other universities as executive education but also all the other ways a university can – and should – engage with industry. This includes regular C-suite speaker events, the Master of Business Administration (C04018), the Executive Master of Business Administration (C04031) and entrepreneurial initiatives such as the exciting new Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship (C04304).

Fostering entrepreneurship among students is a core focus of BPU, alongside executive programs in organisational improvement, employee resilience and design-led innovation. BPU aspires to be expert in building programs tailored to the needs of the wider business community through consulting, innovating and experimenting to provide products beyond the traditional, pre-packaged executive education offerings.

Further information is available on:

telephone +61 2 9514 3504