Information for students
The UTS Business School, part of the University of Technology Sydney, delivers a broad range of degree programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and through its executive development programs. It is also recognised internationally for its innovative research.
Its practical and integrative approach to business education prepares students for a world that demands more than specialist expertise in a particular discipline. Its graduates are 'integrative thinkers' who can combine traditional business skills with those from disciplines such as design and engineering to meet the challenges they face in a globalised world.
The UTS Business School consists of five academic disciplines: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management and Marketing. Our researchers take a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach – bringing together skills and knowledge from diverse fields – to tackle the critical problems faced by businesses and other public and private organisations today.
The UTS Business School's contemporary and collaborative approach to education has been embodied in the design of its new home, the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, designed by internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry.
Alternatively, students can visit a UTS Student Centre at:
Building 10 – Broadway
Level 2, 235 Jones Street
Ultimo, NSW 2007
Building 5 – Haymarket
Block C, Level 1
Cnr Quay Street and Ultimo Road
Haymarket, NSW 2000
See also additional information about managing your course.
Postgraduate research students
Research Support Unit
telephone +61 2 9514 3691
For questions and inquiries about the UTS Business School's programs and courses, contact:
telephone +61 2 9514 3074
A graduate from the UTS Business School is expected to possess the following attributes:
- 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.
- Critical thinking, creativity and analytical skills – be able to apply and demonstrate critical and analytical skills, and innovation in business practice.
- Communication and interpersonal skills – be able to use communication skills (reading/writing and listening/speaking) to work with others and be self-reflective.
- Attitudes and values – have an awareness of obligations and responsibilities in business and their impact.
- 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.