Ciao! Hola! Namaste! To celebrate International Mother Language Day and our diverse UTS community, we challenged students to say hello in different languages - a feat that they passed with flying colours BUT we didn't get them all - how do we say hello in your mother tongue?
The how-to guide for Orientation direct from UTS students

Tips for making the most of Orientation Week
To all of our new students attending orientation over the next few weeks, WELCOME! Our doors are open - come and explore our innovative campus, meet our amazing students and get ready to #createthefutureyou!
“In the centre of Bamiyan, opposite two large Buddha niches dynamited by the Taliban in 2001, I came across this old man climbing down the hill using a stick, while carrying a huge bag on his back. He stumbled along the way as he was jumping the narrow streams and rivers, as there were no bridges. The Taliban did not only destroy two of the world’s largest Buddha statues; they also massacred...
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Dear Sydney storm, thank you for sparing the UTS tower! Stay safe out there everyone! ⚡

@images_by_susan via Instagram
Starting uni in 2017? Follow this handy guide on how to uni. Be cool - you've got this. #UTSlife
No matter how big or small, black or white, human or pet, the Frank Gehry building stops us all in our tracks. #utslife ⠀

Today’s not just about roses and chocolates, it’s about LOVE. ✨ Tell someone you love them, a friend, a partner, a parent, a stranger, we’re all in this together!
UTS, where the magic happens. ✨ Steven Yun and Cecilia Nguyen’s love has taken them from Sydney to Norway. The Master of Business Administration graduates met in class at UTS in 2011 and continue their strong connection with UTS ever since. Who else met their partner at uni? #UTSlife #HappyValentinesDay

A love without borders
Australia has been battling expanding waistlines for years. Dr Natalina Zlatevska has found that selling "mini-size" products seems to encourage people to eat more, not less Discover how can marketing can play a positive role in helping consumers make healthy decisions.

Good food
On the eve of Tropfest let's throwback to 2009 when #UTSalumni Genevive Clay-Smith won the big prize! Lead actor Gerard O'dwyer also took out Best Actor on the night, the first person with Down Syndrome to win an award at the event.

Be My Brother - Winner of Tropfest 2009

Armed with nothing but charm and a dictaphone, a young man changes the perspective of two people he meets at a bus stop.

Want to create the future with technology?

Friday is your last chance to change your 3rd round preferences! Visit UAC Check and Change: [ Link ]

Bachelor of Technology and Innovation
The UTS Animal Logic Academy received the best New Year’s gift it could have wished for – a new purpose-built space in Building 15! [ Link ]

Brett Boardman Photography
Use what's left of your holidays wisely as week 1 starts on 13 March (27 Feb for Cal B)!

Short weekend getaways from Sydney
"Simply brushing your teeth and putting on some deodorant is a good start" says HR lecturer Dr Robyn Johns.

Got that? Good! Now it's time to go get your dream job!

Game changers: Style fails that could cost you the job
The Doctor is a 900(ish) year old alien with two hearts, at least 12 different faces and the ability to travel through all of time and space. So why is it so hard to imagine the Doctor as a woman?

Enough with the Doctor Who gender debate – it's time
Building 11 has to be the world's coolest cheese grater.

Our students and researchers will have access to facilities that are second to none in the Australian Rugby Development Centre, which is currently under construction at Moore Park.

ARDC set to usher in new era in sports science
Student Han Nguyen interviewed the real-life Saroo Brierley, subject of the Oscar-nominated Lion Movie who used Google Earth to find his biological family.

UTS: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences student Han is currently in Jakarta undertaking an international internship subject as part of her journalism studies.

A chat with Saroo Brierley, the subject of 6-time Oscar nominee 'Lion'
We're the proud alma mater of 7 inspiring individuals who were recognised in this year's Australia Day honours for their contributions to sport, public service, diversity and community organisations.

UTS alumni recognised in Australia Day honours