UTS's star continues to rise with the university jumping 46 places in the recent QS International rankings, marking a third consecutive rise in as many years, and also placing in the 201-250 band in the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings – making UTS the ninth ranked Australian institution and the leading "young" university in the country.
Our alumni continue to be recognised for their achievements – with two graduates receiving prestigious Advance Global Awards for their international contributions, and IT alumnus and lecturer Michael Ascharsobi, whose journey from asylum seeker to tech star has also made headlines this month.
There's still time to book your tickets for the 2015 UTS Alumni Awards gala dinner and ceremony this month – to hear first-hand the inspiring stories of this year's recipients – find out more here.
We're also looking forward to next month's 'Goodbye Kuring-gai' event – inviting all Kuring-gai graduates and staff, past and present, to our special alumni afternoon where you can catch up with former classmates, enjoy afternoon tea, participate in a range of activities, or simply walk the grounds one last time before we relocate all teaching and learning activities to our city campus in 2016.
Deputy Director, Alumni Relations and Communications