Whether you are attending UTS College to study English, UTS Foundation Studies or a diploma program, we have put together some information to help you.

Discover how to:

  • change your course or timetable 
  • find your classroom
  • get help with your studies
  • what to take to class 
  • what happens if you miss classes.

How can I change my timetable?

If you are a continuing student, you can apply to change your timetable if you have a compassionate and compelling reason. You will also need to provide supporting documents such as a letter from your employer if you have work reasons, or letter from a doctor if it’s a health matter.

To apply to change your timetable, download the Academic Timetable Change Request Form, ensuring you read the terms and conditions. Email the completed form with all supporting documents to enrolment@utscollege.edu.au. The Enrolment Team will let you know the outcome of your request via your student email within two business days.

You will need to submit your Academic Timetable Change Request form on Thursday of Welcome  Week, no later than 5pm.

Where is my class located?

In 2022, we are offering on campus classes for students who are in Sydney and can attend in person and will continue to offer Live Online classes for international students who are unable to attend class in person. 

If you are in Sydney, your classes will be on campus in Building 5 (CB05) or at Harris Street (HS). Your classes are identified with a building and room number on your timetable e.g. on campus CB05C.01.011, on campus HS645.325. 

If you are an international student not living in Sydney, your classes will be Live Online classes which are identified as 'Online RingCentral' on your timetable. To help you with setting this up please see the step-by-step instruction guides below:


To make the most of your remote learning experience, please read our Online Learning Guide. Please also take a look at our online learning support workshops.

More information about Live Online

How can I get help with my studies?

At UTS College we are big on support.  We have established  a wide network of academic and personal support services – all  free to you.

You have access to:

  • Study Success Advisers 
  • Peer tutors
  • Peer mentoring
  • Peer Helpers 
  • Learning support workshops
  • HELPS Centre.

What should I bring to class?

In the same way you went to school prepared, you need to also be prepared for your classes at UTS College. You will need a laptop to attend your classes. See the Digital Toolkit for more details. Your teachers will let you know what is needed for each class.

What happens if I don't attend my classes?

Class attendance plays a big part in academic success. If you’re an international student and your attendance drops below 80%, UTS College is required to advise the Department of Home Affairs. This could result in the cancellation of your visa and personal reasons are not acceptable for missing classes. Examples of personal reasons include weddings, holidays or hobbies.

There may be times outside of your control causing you to be late but it’s important that you always do your best to arrive on time. Being late is disruptive to everybody - you, your classmates and teachers. When you’re late you will be marked as absent so whenever possible, try and maintain good habits by aiming to be a few minutes before class time.

Please note, you cannot change any of your classes without the permission of UTS College We advise speaking with a Study Success Adviser first.

Who to contact for help?

Type of Help



General information regarding: appointments with teachers, course dates, IELTS results,
class transfers, general study queries, etc.
 Student Centre



Information regarding: study plans, further study options, concerns regarding course, attendance, transferring to UTS and help with study and ELT exam dates/informationZoe Wang
Michael Gaudiosi
Alexander Iosjpe
Kim Pham
Patty Norden
Team Leader
Study Success Adviser
Study Success Adviser
Study Success Adviser
Study Success Adviser
Information about: Language and academic skills support. Methods to improve specific English skills, resources to assist in meeting your learning outcomes and general digital literacies support.David Hurlow
Linda Moussa
HELPS Centre Leader
HELPS Learning Adviser
Information regarding: class assignments and exams, course work and study requirements
and end of term results
Please see your class teacher 
 Jason WestDirector of Studies ELT