UTech, JaPapine Campus
The University’s main campus is located within the Greater Kingston Metropolitan Region at 237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6, in the parish of St. Andrew and occupies approximately 18.2 hectares. It lies to the east of the Hope Botanical Gardens within the Papine/ Liguanea commercial centres. The campus is served by several bus routes and is within walking distance from the Mona Campus of the regional University of the West Indies and the University Hospital.

Slipe Pen Road Campus
The School of Public Health and Health Technology is located at 21 Slipe Pen Road, Kingston 5, which is in close proximity to the Kingston Public Hospital. The B.Sc. degrees in Environmental Health and Public Health Nursing, Occupational Health and Safety, Masters of Public Health and Post Diploma in Meats and Other Foods are offered at this facility.

Arthur Wint Drive Campus 
The College of Oral Health Sciences in the Joint Colleges of Medicine, Oral Health and Veterinary Sciences is located at Arthur Wint Drive, immediately adjoining the Bustamante Hospital for Children. In addition to regular classrooms, the campus houses a modern clinical facility that serves as training ground for the students.

UTech/JIM School of Advanced Management
UTech / JIM School of Advanced Management, Postgraduate Division, a School within the College of Business and Management is located at 47 Hope Road, Kingston. The School primarily offers graduate and postgraduate, professional and certificate courses. The graduate courses offered are the Master in Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Finance (MSF), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business Administration. The professional and certificate courses offered are in finance, banking and leadership, whilst certification is given by the American Academy of Financial Management. Additionally, the School offers professional training in Supervisory Management and Project Management. UTech /JIM School of Advanced Management has outreach centres in St. Ann (Simmonds Plaza, Ocho Rios) and St. James (Kent Avenue, Montego Bay).

Franchise and Outreach Institutions
The University has collaborative agreements with five local community colleges, namely, Brown’s Town, Excelsior, Knox, Montego Bay and Portmore as well as the College of the Bahamas and St. Vincent & the Grenadines Community College. Under this arrangement, the first and/or second years of diploma and/or undergraduate degree courses in the College of Business & Management and the Faculty of Engineering & Computing may be pursued at these institutions. The first two years of the Bachelor of Pharmacy are offered at the College of the Bahamas. The Caribbean School of Nursing facilitates the delivery of the Post RN Bachelor of Science in Nursing in the St. Vincent & the Grenadines.