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Writing about UTS

see also capitalisation, common UTS acronyms and initialisms and UTS titles

The official name is the 'University of Technology Sydney'. In formal publications, or publications for an external audience, spell out in full on first mention then use 'the university' or 'UTS' (or the pronouns 'it' or 'its').

The University of Technology Sydney places a strong emphasis on workplace experience. UTS is known for its practice-based courses and the university will continue to introduce new courses.

Note: As of 1 August 2015 UTS adopted a minor change to its name by dropping the comma from the full title to become 'University of Technology Sydney'.

Also refer to the UTS MCU Tone of Voice Guide (PDF) and the UTS Brand Guidelines (PDF).


the central address is (see also postal address)

University of Technology Sydney
15 Broadway
Ultimo NSW 2007

campus address

City campus
15 Broadway
Ultimo NSW 2007

postal address

University of Technology Sydney
PO Box 123
Broadway NSW 2007

or specify

UTS International
PO Box 123
Broadway NSW 2007

student inquiries

UTS Student Centres
telephone 1300 ask UTS (1300 275 887)


see also campus maps and facilities

Most buildings (in the City campus) are prefixed with 'CB' and all buildings have a unique number, eg CB01, CB05A, CB11. UTS uses location codes that consist of building, level and room numbers. For example CB01.02.24 is Building 1, level 2, room 24.

Building 1 is also known as the Tower Building

use an initial capital when referring to a specific campus building

The bus leaves from Building 10.

lower case 'level' and 'room'

The Governance Support Unit is located on level 26.
Students should go to room 35.

use the following when writing the address of a building

The meeting will take place in room 2, level 5, Building 11, Broadway.


UTS is located primarily at its City campus, which comprises three main locations (or 'precincts'): Broadway, Haymarket and Blackfriars. There is also the UTS Moore Park precinct located at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

use the following when referring to specific buildings

The faculty is located in Building 11, Broadway.
The meeting is in room 10, level 2, Block A, Building 5, Haymarket.

course areas

UTS offers courses in the following areas:

Analytics and Data Science
Creative Intelligence and Innovation
Design, Architecture and Building
Health (GEM)
Information Technology
International Studies
Transdisciplinary Innovation


UTS has nine faculties

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
UTS Business School
Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology
Faculty of Health
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation
Graduate School of Health

use initial capitals for the full name on first mention and the generic element on further mentions

The Faculty of Law has moved to new premises. The faculty took three weeks to move.

lower case in generic instances

Students should contact the faculty for further information.

lower case when referring to two or more faculties

The faculties of Law and Science are moving to new buildings.

official publications

the UTS Annual Report, UTS Calendar and UTS Handbook are official university publications

use italics when written in full (including the year)

The UTS Annual Report 2016 is out now.

do not italicise and omit the year when referring to a publication in general, or lower case in more generic instances

The UTS Annual Report covers the university's achievements for the year. The annual report is available in May.

this general rule can be used for most UTS publications (eg course guides and prospectuses)