China News

With over 3,330 Chinese international student enrolments and more than 9,000 students from greater China having graduated from UTS, we have strong alumni networks in mainland China and Hong Kong.

UTS is especially engaged with China, and has a long and friendly history of working with China through active research, teaching and various exchange activities. Find out about some of UTS’s latest initiatives and programs relating to China.


Uniting Australia and China's brightest young entrepreneurial minds
UTS and UTS:INSEARCH are partnering to lead the Entrepreneurship Thinktank for the China Australia Millennial Project initiative. As part of the program, a number of thinktanks will be bringing together young minds from Australia and China to work on challenges common to both countries under the guidance of industry and academic mentors.

The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building: UTS delivers a business school for future captains of industry
Sydney's newest architectural landmark, designed by Prizker Prize winning architect Frank Gehry, and named in honour of Australian-Chinese businessman and philanthropist Dr Chau Chak Wing opened in February, representing a physical manifestation of the innovative thinking that underpins the teaching, learning and research undertaken by the Business School and UTS as a whole.

Delegation visit marks expanded UTS engagement with China
A delegation headed by His Excellency Mr Hu Chunhua, a senior member of the Chinese national government and Party Secretary of Guangdong Province, visited UTS, marking the forging of new relationships between UTS and two Chinese universities.

International careers fair puts the focus on China
UTS Chinese students networked with prospective employers at UTS's first International Careers Fair focusing specifically on the China region. The recent event offered more than 150 jobs for future graduates, providing exciting opportunities for international students.

China awards UTS as a leading overseas partner
UTS has been named a Best Overseas Partner University by the Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange, the organisation that supports students pursuing international study, exchanges and cooperation. UTS was the only Australian university to receive a 2014 award, presented in Beijing.

Bob Carr to lead new UTS Australia China Institute
The University of Technology, Sydney has appointed Australia's former Foreign Minister, the Hon Bob Carr, to lead the Australia China Relations Institute (ACRI) – a new think tank dedicated to Australia-China relations, which will use UTS's expertise in data analytics and choice modelling to achieve a deeper understanding of economic, political and social sentiment in Australia and China.

China Library: Treasure house of knowledge finds home at UTS
UTS has become the first university in Australia to be gifted with an entire Chinese library by the Government of the People's Republic of China.

New scholarships to deepen UTS relations with China
UTS has announced a suite of new scholarships made possible through a $5 million donation by Australian Chinese businessman Dr Chau Chak Wing.

Experiencing China one Shanghai summer
UTS and Shanghai University have one of the largest and long-standing China-foreign higher education joint venture collaborations in China, offering students from both universities opportunities to travel, experience different cultures and develop their networks.