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Create and innovate: why choose UTS for your STEM study

The skills you get from STEM study are in high demand for the careers of the future and UTS’s Faculty of Engineering and IT is an ideal place to learn

When you think about the future, do you imagine what our healthcare, transport, retail, finance, and lifestyle experiences will be like? In all of these areas, it’s our future engineering and IT leaders who will help solve problems and create new realities. That’s why I love working in this field.

I’m hopeful the next generation could be our most innovative yet. Why? Because students are increasingly collaborating across disciplines like engineering and IT to work on the biggest issues, like sustainability, food security, wellbeing, cybersecurity and energy.

Your future could involve finding a co-founder to help you build the next big Australian tech startup, engineering innovative flight components for space travel, or helping deliver the next breakthrough in renewable energy. 

Studying at UTS is a way to make connections that will last your entire career. Along the way, you’ll have your choice of our many vibrant student clubs, like UTS Rocketry, Motorsports, Women in Engineering and IT, and so much more, connecting beyond your subjects. Well before you finish, you’ll have had plenty of face time with industry leaders, gaining hands-on experience through internships at some of the best companies to work for in Australia. 

If you’ve ever wondered what your future job might look like as a graduate engineer or IT professional then this guide is for you. In it you’ll meet students enriched by their experience at UTS and hear about the latest opportunities in the most in-demand fields of engineering and IT.

With your creativity and vision, UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT is the perfect place to build your skills to create a better future for us all.

Peta Wyeth is Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and IT at UTS.

You can read more about UTS Engineering and IT degrees and the career paths that go with them in Careers with STEM: Future Careers.

This post is brought to you in partnership with the UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT.

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