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The University of New South Wales

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The University of New South Wales

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The University of New South Wales

Australia
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The University of New South Wales

Australia
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The University of New South Wales

Australia
Overview

Overview

Founded in 1949 with its main focus on technology and the sciences, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) takes pride in making a real difference to society with ground-breaking research and expert teaching.

UNSW holds strong industry links with companies around the world, meaning that graduates are one step ahead of their peers when it comes to finding a career. In fact, UNSW boasts more millionaire alumni than any other university in Australia, and is ranked number one for employer reputation among Australia’s top employers.

World-renowned researchers at UNSW won the largest amount of Australian Research Council funding in 2014, receiving AUD68 million for new projects. The University is a founding member of the Group of Eight, which brings together Australia’s top research universities, and is part of the prestigious Universitas 21 network.

UNSW boasts eight different campuses. Most faculties are based in the main campus in Sydney, one of the most ‘liveable’ cities in the world.

There has also been a major AUD215 million redevelopment all around the University, improving various elements to make it the perfect learning environment for students. This includes a AUD58 million revamp of the Art and Design campus in the inner-city Sydney suburb of Paddington.

More than 50,000 students come from 128 countries, with over 13,000 of those coming to study from overseas, meaning international students have a real chance to create a home away from home at UNSW.

The University also holds an Educational Support Service which can help students with academic performance, health and wellbeing, finances and lots more.

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Overview

Overview

Founded in 1949 with its main focus on technology and the sciences, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) takes pride in making a real difference to society with ground-breaking research and expert teaching.

UNSW holds strong industry links with companies around the world, meaning that graduates are one step ahead of their peers when it comes to finding a career. In fact, UNSW boasts more millionaire alumni than any other university in Australia, and is ranked number one for employer reputation among Australia’s top employers.

World-renowned researchers at UNSW won the largest amount of Australian Research Council funding in 2014, receiving AUD68 million for new projects. The University is a founding member of the Group of Eight, which brings together Australia’s top research universities, and is part of the prestigious Universitas 21 network.

UNSW boasts eight different campuses. Most faculties are based in the main campus in Sydney, one of the most ‘liveable’ cities in the world.

There has also been a major AUD215 million redevelopment all around the University, improving various elements to make it the perfect learning environment for students. This includes a AUD58 million revamp of the Art and Design campus in the inner-city Sydney suburb of Paddington.

More than 50,000 students come from 128 countries, with over 13,000 of those coming to study from overseas, meaning international students have a real chance to create a home away from home at UNSW.

The University also holds an Educational Support Service which can help students with academic performance, health and wellbeing, finances and lots more.

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Overview

Overview

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is a modern, progressive and multicultural university with a high level of expertise in the fields of science and technology. As a world-renowned research and teaching institution, UNSW aims to positively contribute to society as well as nurture students to do the same.

UNSW is part of the Group of Eight (Australian Universities) and is ranked in the top 50 universities worldwide. The institution boasts over 14,000 international students from over 120 countries, who have access to faculty who are world leaders in their respective fields. The university pioneers interdisciplinary research in key fields such as inequality and climate change. Further, it has always been at the forefront of key developments, such as HIV/AIDS and cancer research.

UNSW has excellent industry links and connections meaning that students enjoy very good career prospects. In fact, graduates are much sought after by companies and the university received the Most Popular Graduate Employer Award by GradConnection/AFR, 2018.

The university has continued to invest and make improvements across campuses in order to provide a leading and ideal learning environment for students. This includes a range of student support services, with everything from health and wellbeing to academic counselling.

The majority of faculties at UNSW are based at the university’s Sydney campus, a city that is consistently voted as one of the most liveable in the world. Other campuses include, the Art and Design Campus in Paddington and UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

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Overview

Overview

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is a modern, progressive and multicultural university with a high level of expertise in the fields of science and technology. As a world-renowned research and teaching institution, UNSW aims to positively contribute to society as well as nurture students to do the same.

UNSW is part of the Group of Eight (Australian Universities) and is ranked in the top 50 universities worldwide. The institution boasts over 14,000 international students from over 120 countries, who have access to faculty who are world leaders in their respective fields. The university pioneers interdisciplinary research in key fields such as inequality and climate change. Further, it has always been at the forefront of key developments, such as HIV/AIDS and cancer research.

UNSW has excellent industry links and connections meaning that students enjoy very good career prospects. In fact, graduates are much sought after by companies and the university received the Most Popular Graduate Employer Award by GradConnection/AFR, 2018.

The university has continued to invest and make improvements across campuses in order to provide a leading and ideal learning environment for students. This includes a range of student support services, with everything from health and wellbeing to academic counselling.

The majority of faculties at UNSW are based at the university's Sydney campus, a city that is consistently voted as one of the most liveable in the world. Other campuses include, the Art and Design Campus in Paddington and UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

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Overview

Overview

UNSW Sydney (University of New South Wales) is a world-leading teaching and research powerhouse recognised by employers and organisations around the globe. Ranked in the top 50 universities worldwide, UNSW is dedicated to shaping forward-thinking graduates who make a positive impact in the world. UNSW ensures students receive a truly hands-on and career-focused education to uncover their full potential. Students discover and grow their strengths through life-changing experiences and inspirational mentoring from world-renowned academics.

UNSW graduates are among the most employable in the world. Through UNSW's strong connections with industry worldwide, students gain the skills, experience, and learn from internationally renowned academics and expert practitioners. UNSW graduates have the highest rate of graduate full-time employment and highest salaries of Sydney-based and Go8 universities. UNSW has the highest number of students in Australia's top 100 future leaders and four of its graduates are in Australia's top five young rich list.

UNSW is part of the Group of Eight Australian Universities (Go8) and is ranked number one in Australia for research quality and impact. UNSW is a world leader in research and has been a pioneer of interdisciplinary research in key fields, such as, inequality and climate change. UNSW is at the forefront of key developments, such as solar power, quantum computing, and the university's globally-renown academics have been at the frontline in Australia's successful response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

UNSW has multiple campuses in Sydney, which has been voted one of the most liveable and safest cities in the world.

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What’s new

What’s new

UNSW has been awarded almost AUD 4 million in ARC Linkage Grants for nine projects, including research on marine pollution, coastal hazards, ocean weather, antibiotic use, aboriginal health and wellbeing.

UNSW secured the largest share of the total AUD 9.2 million announced by the Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham. It was awarded 43% of the overall total funding, the highest in the Group of Eight (Go8).

To date, UNSW’s combined success rate for the 2017 Linkage Projects round is 32% for 11 Linkage Projects, totalling AUD 4.7 million, placing the University first among the Go8 nations. These linkage grants are designed to foster collaboration between universities and the industries involved. Almost 30 external organisations support UNSW’s research from various streams of industry. This funding helps overcome some of society’s biggest challenges.

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What’s new

What’s new

UNSW has been awarded almost AUD 4 million in ARC Linkage Grants for nine projects, including research on marine pollution, coastal hazards, ocean weather, antibiotic use, aboriginal health and wellbeing.

UNSW secured the largest share of the total AUD 9.2 million announced by the Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham. It was awarded 43% of the overall total funding, the highest in the Group of Eight (Go8).

To date, UNSW’s combined success rate for the 2017 Linkage Projects round is 32% for 11 Linkage Projects, totalling AUD 4.7 million, placing the University first among the Go8 nations. These linkage grants are designed to foster collaboration between universities and the industries involved. Almost 30 external organisations support UNSW’s research from various streams of industry. This funding helps overcome some of society’s biggest challenges.

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What’s new

What’s new

The first green concrete trial in the world

Concrete, which is made using industrial waste from steel manufacturing and coal-fired power stations, is being used in a trial in the roads of Sydney for the first time in the world.

UNSW Sydney researchers and the CRCLCL, CRC for Low Carbon Living will use these trial results to create industry guidelines for the very first set of geopolymer concrete.

“While we’ll monitor the road performance for up to five years, a lot of the data collected in the first three to 12 months of this world-first trial will be used to confirm our models and strengthen our predictions. Concrete contributes 7% of all greenhouse gas emissions and in 2018 the world produced about 4.1 billion tonnes of cement, which contributed about 3.5 billion tonnes of CO2. Alternative, low-CO2 concrete materials offer potential benefits in reducing the greenhouse gas emissions associated with conventional concrete. This trial is important because we need demonstration projects to accurately assess the performance of geopolymer over time so that there can be broader uptake,” said Craig Heidrich, executive director of Australian (Iron and Steel) Association and Ash Development Association.

According to the associate professor of sustainability research at UNSW, Dr Tommy Wiedmann, if all concrete produced was geopolymer in place of traditional concrete for one year- 12,000 kilotons of carbon di oxide would be saved.

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What's new

What's new

The first green concrete trial in the world

Concrete, which is made using industrial waste from steel manufacturing and coal-fired power stations, is being used in a trial in the roads of Sydney for the first time in the world.

UNSW Sydney researchers and the CRCLCL, CRC for Low Carbon Living will use these trial results to create industry guidelines for the very first set of geopolymer concrete.

''While we'll monitor the road performance for up to five years, a lot of the data collected in the first three to 12 months of this world-first trial will be used to confirm our models and strengthen our predictions. Concrete contributes 7% of all greenhouse gas emissions and in 2018 the world produced about 4.1 billion tonnes of cement, which contributed about 3.5 billion tonnes of CO2. Alternative, low-CO2 concrete materials offer potential benefits in reducing the greenhouse gas emissions associated with conventional concrete. This trial is important because we need demonstration projects to accurately assess the performance of geopolymer over time so that there can be broader uptake,'' said Craig Heidrich, executive director of Australian (Iron and Steel) Association and Ash Development Association.

According to the associate professor of sustainability research at UNSW, Dr Tommy Wiedmann, if all concrete produced was geopolymer in place of traditional concrete for one year - 12,000 kilotons of carbon di oxide would be saved.

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What's new

What's new

Top100 Future Leaders Competition

Top100 Future Leaders Competition 2021, which identifies the best talent produced in Australian universities, has recognised UNSW Sydney for two years consistently. 37 students from the university stood out as most employable- this is the highest number from any educational provider since 2014, the awards' inception.

Co-op scholarship

Jessica Lawson, a Bachelor of Information Systems (Hons) student from the university won the IT Top100 Future Leader Award. As a part of the UNSW Sydney Business School's Co-op Scholarship program, she can have internships of three to six months. She has completed an internship with a global pharmaceutical company and is in one with Westpac Bank currently.

''The Co-op scholarship program has provided me with wonderful opportunities. I feel really fortunate to have been given the chance to have internships and look forward to learning as much as I can in the remaining two years of my degrees,'' Ms Lawson said.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

UNSW Sydney is an internationally acclaimed teaching and research powerhouse, offering its students a learning experience packed with academic programmes, student activities and educational services. Its academics are recognised as world-leaders in their fields, with modern facilities, rigorous education standards and a diverse community.

Established in 1949 with a unique focus on scientific, technological and professional disciplines, UNSW has a proud tradition of world-class research and research facilities focused on areas critical not only to Australia but also internationally.

World-class teachers

Teaching excellence is central to the UNSW experience, and the teachers at the University are both rigorous and passionate. UNSW's courses harness the latest technology to transform the way a student learns. Its digital learning and teaching environments integrate virtual spaces and access to the online global community.

Internationally acclaimed research

UNSW has the largest research community with over 4,300 dedicated research students and over 50 established research, community and programme centres. UNSW has invested in meeting tomorrow’s challenges. UNSW boasts of being an acknowledged world leader in photovoltaic, HIV/AIDS research and quantum computing with a reputation for international research excellence in:

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Water, Climate, Environment and Sustainability
  • Next Generation Materials and Technologies
  • Social Policy, Government and Health Policy
  • ICT, Robotics and Devices
  • Law, Business and Economics
  • Fundamental and Enabling Sciences
  • Contemporary Humanities and Creative Arts
  • Defence and Security

The University’s award-winning teachers and researchers are strongly represented in national and international prizes, honours and fellowships. UNSW continues to build on its reputation for world-class research in areas critical to the future, using its close links with industry to ensure the work has practical application and impact.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

UNSW Sydney is an internationally acclaimed teaching and research powerhouse, offering its students a learning experience packed with academic programmes, student activities and educational services. Its academics are recognised as world-leaders in their fields, with modern facilities, rigorous education standards and a diverse community.

Established in 1949 with a unique focus on scientific, technological and professional disciplines, UNSW has a proud tradition of world-class research and research facilities focused on areas critical not only to Australia but also internationally.

World-class teachers

Teaching excellence is central to the UNSW experience, and the teachers at the University are both rigorous and passionate. UNSW's courses harness the latest technology to transform the way a student learns. Its digital learning and teaching environments integrate virtual spaces and access to the online global community.

Internationally acclaimed research

UNSW has the largest research community with over 4,300 dedicated research students and over 50 established research, community and programme centres. UNSW has invested in meeting tomorrow’s challenges. UNSW boasts of being an acknowledged world leader in photovoltaic, HIV/AIDS research and quantum computing with a reputation for international research excellence in:

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Water, Climate, Environment and Sustainability
  • Next Generation Materials and Technologies
  • Social Policy, Government and Health Policy
  • ICT, Robotics and Devices
  • Law, Business and Economics
  • Fundamental and Enabling Sciences
  • Contemporary Humanities and Creative Arts
  • Defence and Security

The University’s award-winning teachers and researchers are strongly represented in national and international prizes, honours and fellowships. UNSW continues to build on its reputation for world-class research in areas critical to the future, using its close links with industry to ensure the work has practical application and impact.

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Scholarships & funding

A wide range of scholarships are on offer for students applying to UNSW.

Undergraduate scholarships

  • Alumni Association Scholarship

This is applicable for the grandchild or child of a UNSW alumnus presently taking up the equivalent of secondary or high school studies.

  • UNSW Hong Kong Alumni Award

This award is for Hong Kong residents aspiring to contribute towards society’s betterment and looking to take up an undergraduate degree at UNSW.

  • Humanities and Languages Equity Scholarship

This award supports and encourages disadvantaged students to take up study options on offer by the UNSW School of Humanities and Languages.

Postgraduate (coursework) scholarships

  • Art and Design International Coursework Scholarship

This award supports international practising designers and artists who are undertaking or looking to take up a full-time masters (coursework) degree with Art & Design.

  • Juris Doctor (JD) Scholarship for International students

For international students who are high- achieving and looking to undertake the Juris Doctor UNSW, this scholarship offers great support.

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Scholarships & funding

A wide range of scholarships are on offer for students applying to UNSW.

Undergraduate scholarships

  • Alumni Association Scholarship

This is applicable for the grandchild or child of a UNSW alumnus presently taking up the equivalent of secondary or high school studies.

  • UNSW Hong Kong Alumni Award

This award is for Hong Kong residents aspiring to contribute towards society's betterment and looking to take up an undergraduate degree at UNSW.

  • Humanities and Languages Equity Scholarship

This award supports and encourages disadvantaged students to take up study options on offer by the UNSW School of Humanities and Languages.

Postgraduate (coursework) scholarships

  • Art and Design International Coursework Scholarship

This award supports international practising designers and artists who are undertaking or looking to take up a full-time masters (coursework) degree with Art & Design.

  • Juris Doctor (JD) Scholarship for International students

For international students who are high- achieving and looking to undertake the Juris Doctor UNSW, this scholarship offers great support.

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Scholarships & funding

UNSW rewards ambitious, high-achieving international students with a range of scholarships. These are offered based on various factors such as academia, extracurricular activities, leadership skills, and more. Through these scholarships, students gain not just financial aid, but also recognition from future employers.

International Scientia Coursework Scholarship

UNSW Sydney awards this scholarship to students who are passionate about becoming leaders, enjoy excellent academic merit, excel in extracurricular activities, and share how the university is the right choice for their study.

Recipients of the award receive:

  • a full scholarship covering their tuition fees (or)
  • AUD20,000 per year for the minimum duration of their program

Australia's Global University Award

Students who are passionate about accomplishing their goals through study at the university, with strong academic merit will receive this award.

Recipients will be given:

  • AUD10,000 for one year (or)
  • AUD5,000 for one year

UNSW Global Academic Award

This is awarded to students who complete the UNSW Global Foundation Studies and also have strong academic merit.

Recipients of the award will receive:

  • AUD10,000 for one year (or)
  • AUD5,000 for one year

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Department structure

Department structure

Faculties and Schools

UNSW has eight Faculties, 47 Schools and 125 UNSW and external centre institutes. Its faculties include:

  • Art and Design
  • Built Environment
  • Engineering
  • Medicine
  • Arts & Social Sciences
  • Business
  • Law
  • Science

UNSW believes its students deserve a balanced and rewarding student experience both inside and outside the classroom. Its three campuses support vibrant learning and social activities.

Kensington campus

UNSW Kensington is the largest campus and has everything a student needs to maximise his/her time studying and socialising. The campus features cafes, restaurants, bars, fitness and aquatic facilities, sports fields, libraries, quiet spaces, open spaces and an IGA supermarket.

Paddington campus

The Paddington campus houses UNSW Art and Design School. It is an exciting and stimulating precinct in a hip, inner-city location. Designed around a central courtyard, the campus houses museum-standard galleries, state-of-the-art workshops, open studios, private workspaces, research and digital labs, student lounges and spaces for collaboration.

Canberra campus

UNSW Canberra is home to the Australian Defence Force Academy. International students can undertake postgraduate studies here. The campus features a large library, modern computing facilities and laboratories, sports facilities, recreation spaces, a bookshop, a café, a hairdresser, a dry-cleaner and a florist.

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Department structure

Department structure

Faculties and Schools

UNSW has eight Faculties, 47 Schools and 125 UNSW and external centre institutes. Its faculties include:

  • Art and Design
  • Built Environment
  • Engineering
  • Medicine
  • Arts & Social Sciences
  • Business
  • Law
  • Science

UNSW believes its students deserve a balanced and rewarding student experience both inside and outside the classroom. Its three campuses support vibrant learning and social activities.

Kensington campus

UNSW Kensington is the largest campus and has everything a student needs to maximise his/her time studying and socialising. The campus features cafes, restaurants, bars, fitness and aquatic facilities, sports fields, libraries, quiet spaces, open spaces and an IGA supermarket.

Paddington campus

The Paddington campus houses UNSW Art and Design School. It is an exciting and stimulating precinct in a hip, inner-city location. Designed around a central courtyard, the campus houses museum-standard galleries, state-of-the-art workshops, open studios, private workspaces, research and digital labs, student lounges and spaces for collaboration.

Canberra campus

UNSW Canberra is home to the Australian Defence Force Academy. International students can undertake postgraduate studies here. The campus features a large library, modern computing facilities and laboratories, sports facilities, recreation spaces, a bookshop, a café, a hairdresser, a dry-cleaner and a florist.

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Graduate outcomes

UNSW Careers and Employment team is committed to helping its students enhance their global employability, and empowering them to succeed beyond the classroom and find employment, throughout and after university. It links its students with potential employers and helps them develop the skills they need for a career and beyond.

Its seminars, expos, and employer presentations provide students an opportunity to speak directly with potential employers.

UNSW has very strong links to industry through its professional development programs, real-world research, internships and connections within businesses.

Career development seminars

Regular seminars for advice on interviews, CVs and more, are conducted periodically. In these seminars, students can learn about all aspects of the recruitment process such as succeeding in interviews and networking.

Co-op internship

Students connect with industry leaders in the business, technology, and science and engineering world to gain real world experiences through co-op internships.

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Graduate outcomes

UNSW Careers and Employment team is committed to helping its students enhance their global employability, and empowering them to succeed beyond the classroom and find employment, throughout and after university. It links its students with potential employers and helps them develop the skills they need for a career and beyond.

Its seminars, expos, and employer presentations provide students an opportunity to speak directly with potential employers.

UNSW has very strong links to industry through its professional development programs, real-world research, internships and connections within businesses.

Career development seminars

Regular seminars for advice on interviews, CVs and more, are conducted periodically. In these seminars, students can learn about all aspects of the recruitment process such as succeeding in interviews and networking.

Co-op internship

Students connect with industry leaders in the business, technology, and science and engineering world to gain real world experiences through co-op internships.

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Graduate outcomes

UNSW Sydney produces the most employable graduates in the world. Through its strong connections with industry worldwide, students gain skills, experience and learn from internationally renowned academics and expert practitioners. UNSW Sydney is ranked 27th in the world in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings.

Additionally, UNSW Sydney graduates have the highest rate of graduate full-time employment and highest salaries of Sydney-based and Go8 universities. The university has the highest number of students in Australia's top 100 future leaders and is home to four graduates in Australia's top five young rich list.

UNSW Sydney graduates work with highly reputed employers and global organisations, such as NASA, Microsoft, Ernst & Young, Google, Unilever, HSBC, Slater & Gordon, UNESCO, Rio Tinto, and Oxfam.

Work integrated learning

UNSW Sydney embeds work integrated learning in its programs, which enables students to work directly with industry to gain real-world experience and prepare for the world of work. These experiences are offered with partner organisations from Australia and around the world.

Post-study working in Australia

On graduation, international students are eligible to apply for the Post Study Work stream of the Temporary Graduate Visa. The visa allows graduates to live and work in Australia, where they too can benefit from Australia's successful economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Students who begin their studies from their home country are also eligible to apply if they have been granted a Student Visa in the past 12 months.

''Coming out of uni there was so many transferrable skills like being a good communicator, a team member, presenting well, these kind of skills that you've built up over the years studying here [UNSW] are so easily transferrable into the workforce.'' ­– Catherine Hu, UNSW Business School Alumna and Customer Solutions Manager for TikTok.

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Entry requirements

Undergraduate study

For undergraduate study, there is more than one way to meet its academic entry requirements. These include high school studies, foundation studies, recognised prior study and a university transfer.

Postgraduate study

For postgraduate study, students generally are required to have completed undergraduate studies at a university-type institution.

English Language requirements

If a student’s qualifications were not undertaken and assessed in English, a student must provide evidence to their English language ability which meets the minimum requirements for admission.

Test requirements

  • IELTS Academic version only - 6.5 overall (min. 6.0 in each subtest)
  • TOEFL Internet-based
  1. Test (iBT) - 90 overall (min.23 in writing, 22 in reading, listening and speaking)
  2. TOEFL Paper-based Test (PBT) - 577 overall (min. 5.0 in the Test of Written English)

Other qualifications

In addition to the English Tests and University English Preparation Courses, UNSW also accepts a number of assessable academic qualifications as meeting the English language requirements.

All qualifications must have been undertaken no more than two years prior to the year of commencement of study at UNSW, except for students from Denmark, Sweden or Norway. The qualifications for students from these countries must be undertaken no more than four years prior to the year of commencement of study at UNSW.

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Entry requirements

Undergraduate study

For undergraduate study, there is more than one way to meet its academic entry requirements. These include high school studies, foundation studies, recognised prior study and a university transfer.

Postgraduate study

For postgraduate study, students generally are required to have completed undergraduate studies at a university-type institution.

English Language requirements

If a student’s qualifications were not undertaken and assessed in English, a student must provide evidence to their English language ability which meets the minimum requirements for admission.

Test requirements

  • IELTS Academic version only - 6.5 overall (min. 6.0 in each subtest)
  • TOEFL Internet-based
  1. Test (iBT) - 90 overall (min.23 in writing, 22 in reading, listening and speaking)
  2. TOEFL Paper-based Test (PBT) - 577 overall (min. 5.0 in the Test of Written English)

Other qualifications

In addition to the English Tests and University English Preparation Courses, UNSW also accepts a number of assessable academic qualifications as meeting the English language requirements.

All qualifications must have been undertaken no more than two years prior to the year of commencement of study at UNSW, except for students from Denmark, Sweden or Norway. The qualifications for students from these countries must be undertaken no more than four years prior to the year of commencement of study at UNSW.

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Student safety

Student safety

UNSW Security Services offers its students a comprehensive 24-hour security on campus and security monitoring services.

These services provide:

  • Student protection
  • Property protection
  • Detection and prevention of crime
  • A 24-hour control room monitoring CCTV, building access, and alarm systems

UNSW Security Officers are fully licensed with a number of special powers under the Acts of Parliament. If needed, they will liaise with law enforcement agencies.

Security patrols

UNSW also has a 24-hour patrol and an emergency response service. Some of their services include:

  • Security vehicle patrols
  • Foot patrols
  • Safety escorts
  • Security shuttle bus

The app

UNSW students can make use of the StaySafe@UNSW app that is free of cost and helps them track the night bus and access contacts, safety tips, a newsfeed, and more.

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Student safety

Student safety

UNSW Security Services offers its students a comprehensive 24-hour security on campus and security monitoring services.

These services provide:

  • Student protection
  • Property protection
  • Detection and prevention of crime
  • A 24-hour control room monitoring CCTV, building access, and alarm systems

UNSW Security Officers are fully licensed with a number of special powers under the Acts of Parliament. If needed, they will liaise with law enforcement agencies.

Security patrols

UNSW also has a 24-hour patrol and an emergency response service. Some of their services include:

  • Security vehicle patrols
  • Foot patrols
  • Safety escorts
  • Security shuttle bus

The app

UNSW students can make use of the StaySafe@UNSW app that is free of cost and helps them track the night bus and access contacts, safety tips, a newsfeed, and more.

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Student safety

Student safety

UNSW Sydney's security services offers its students a comprehensive 24-hour security on campus and security monitoring services.

These services provide:

  • Student protection
  • Property protection
  • Detection and prevention of crime
  • A 24-hour control room monitoring CCTV, building access, and alarm systems

UNSW Sydney security officers are fully licensed with a number of special powers under the Acts of Parliament. If needed, they will liaise with law enforcement agencies.

Security patrols

UNSW Sydney also has a 24-hour patrol and an emergency response service. Some of their services include:

  • Security vehicle patrols
  • Foot patrols
  • Safety escorts
  • Security shuttle bus

The app

UNSW Sydney students can make use of the StaySafe@UNSW app that is free of cost, which helps them track the night bus and access contacts, safety tips, a newsfeed, and more.

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Scholarships & funding

A wide range of scholarships are on offer for students applying to UNSW.

Undergraduate scholarships

  • Alumni Association Scholarship

This scholarship is applicable for the child or grandchild of an alumnus of UNSW currently undertaking the equivalent of high school or secondary studies.

  • UNSW Hong Kong Alumni Award

The award is for the residents of Hong Kong who aspire to contribute to the betterment of society and would like to study an undergraduate degree at UNSW.

  • Humanities and Languages Equity Scholarship

This award is to encourage and support disadvantaged students to undertake programmes of study run by the School of Humanities and Languages.

Postgraduate (coursework) scholarships

  • Art and Design International Coursework Scholarship

The scholarship award supports international practising artists and designers undertaking or proposing to undertake a full time Masters (coursework) degree with Art & Design.

  • Juris Doctor (JD) Scholarship for International students

For high achieving international students wishing to undertake the Juris Doctor Program at UNSW this scholarship is a great support.

  • Study Abroad Scholarships

There are a number of financial awards available for Study Abroad (fee paying) students that help deserving students to pursue their dreams.

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Scholarships & funding

A wide range of scholarships are on offer for students applying to UNSW.

Undergraduate scholarships

  • Alumni Association Scholarship

This scholarship is applicable for the child or grandchild of an alumnus of UNSW currently undertaking the equivalent of high school or secondary studies.

  • UNSW Hong Kong Alumni Award

The award is for the residents of Hong Kong who aspire to contribute to the betterment of society and would like to study an undergraduate degree at UNSW.

  • Humanities and Languages Equity Scholarship

This award is to encourage and support disadvantaged students to undertake programmes of study run by the School of Humanities and Languages.

Postgraduate (coursework) scholarships

  • Art and Design International Coursework Scholarship

The scholarship award supports international practising artists and designers undertaking or proposing to undertake a full time Masters (coursework) degree with Art & Design.

  • Juris Doctor (JD) Scholarship for International students

For high achieving international students wishing to undertake the Juris Doctor Program at UNSW this scholarship is a great support.

  • Study Abroad Scholarships

There are a number of financial awards available for Study Abroad (fee paying) students that help deserving students to pursue their dreams.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

UNSW Sydney exposes its students to a learning experience packed with academic programs, student activities and educational services. Its academics are recognised as world-leaders in their fields, with modern facilities, rigorous education standards and a diverse community.

Established in 1949 with a unique focus on scientific, technological and professional disciplines, UNSW has a proud tradition of world-class research and research facilities focused on areas critical not only to Australia but also internationally.

World-class teachers

Teaching excellence is central to the UNSW experience, and the teachers at the university are both rigorous and passionate. UNSW's courses harness the latest technology to transform the way a student learns. Its digital learning and teaching environments integrate virtual spaces and access to the online global community.

Internationally acclaimed research

UNSW has a 7,000 strong research community and has invested in meeting tomorrow’s challenges.

The university addresses important issues– from renewable energies, climate change, lifesaving medical treatments and more such breakthrough technologies.

UNSW boasts of being an acknowledged world leader in photovoltaic, HIV/AIDS research and quantum computing with a reputation for international research excellence in:

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Water, Climate, Environment and Sustainability
  • Next Generation Materials and Technologies
  • Social Policy, Government and Health Policy
  • ICT, Robotics and Devices
  • Law, Business and Economics
  • Fundamental and Enabling Sciences
  • Contemporary Humanities and Creative Arts
  • Defence and Security

The University’s award-winning teachers and researchers are strongly represented in national and international prizes, honours and fellowships. UNSW continues to build on its reputation for world-class research in areas critical to the future, using its close links with industry to ensure the work has practical application and impact.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

UNSW Sydney exposes its students to a learning experience packed with academic programs, student activities and educational services. Its academics are recognised as world-leaders in their fields, with modern facilities, rigorous education standards and a diverse community.

Established in 1949 with a unique focus on scientific, technological and professional disciplines, UNSW has a proud tradition of world-class research and research facilities focused on areas critical not only to Australia but also internationally.

World-class teachers

Teaching excellence is central to the UNSW experience, and the teachers at the university are both rigorous and passionate. UNSW's courses harness the latest technology to transform the way a student learns. Its digital learning and teaching environments integrate virtual spaces and access to the online global community.

Internationally acclaimed research

UNSW has a 7,000 strong research community and has invested in meeting tomorrow's challenges.

The university addresses important issues – from renewable energies, climate change, lifesaving medical treatments and more such breakthrough technologies.

UNSW boasts of being an acknowledged world leader in photovoltaic, HIV/AIDS research and quantum computing with a reputation for international research excellence in:

  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Water, Climate, Environment and Sustainability
  • Next Generation Materials and Technologies
  • Social Policy, Government and Health Policy
  • ICT, Robotics and Devices
  • Law, Business and Economics
  • Fundamental and Enabling Sciences
  • Contemporary Humanities and Creative Arts
  • Defence and Security

The University's award-winning teachers and researchers are strongly represented in national and international prizes, honours and fellowships. UNSW continues to build on its reputation for world-class research in areas critical to the future, using its close links with industry to ensure the work has practical application and impact.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

UNSW Sydney offers students a learning experience packed with academic programs, student activities and educational services. Its academics are recognised as world-leaders in their fields. Students in the university also benefit from its modern facilities and rigorous career-focused education.

There are hundreds of award-winning degree and double degree combinations available at UNSW. Six of UNSW's subjects are in the world's top 20, including Accounting & Finance, Environmental Sciences, and several Engineering specialisations. UNSW also offers the world's first bachelor's degree in quantum engineering as well as Australia's most in-demand medicine degrees. That's why UNSW is where the hardest-working and highest-achieving students from around the world study and succeed.

World-class teachers

Teaching excellence is central to the UNSW Sydney experience, and the teachers at the university are both rigorous and passionate. UNSW Sydney's programs harness the latest technology to transform learning experiences. Its digital learning and teaching environments integrate virtual spaces and access to the online global community.

Work integrated learning

Through work integrated learning in its programs, the university helps students gain real-world experience. These opportunities are offered with its national and international partner organisations.

Internationally acclaimed research

UNSW Sydney has a 7,000-strong research community and has invested in meeting tomorrow's challenges. The university addresses important issues from renewable energies, climate change, life-saving medical treatments to quantum and biotechnology.

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Facilities

Facilities

UNSW Sydney offers an atmosphere that will make its students feel right at home. Its three campuses are modern, conveniently located and safe with lots of communal study areas and amenities. Students will find green parks, free Wi-Fi, indoor and outdoor study areas with power outlets and much more.

Campus facilities

UNSW Sydney’s Kensington campus has everything a student needs including dozens of cafes and restaurants, two banks, four ATMs, a post office, supermarket, food cooperative, pharmacy, medical centre and dentist, two libraries, fitness and aquatic centre, and sports fields and courts.

Study areas

Students can work on their assignments at one of UNSWs’ many indoor computer labs or outdoor study areas complete with power outlets to charge devices, and stay connected to family and friends with free Wi-Fi throughout the campus.

Clubs and societies

Students at UNSW can choose to join any of the more than 300 student-led clubs and social societies across a range of interests for food lovers, sport, and running, debating, biological conservation, the exchange society and more.

Accommodation

UNSW Sydney is the largest provider of student housing in Sydney with award-winning accommodation both on and off campus.

Apartments

Apartments offer independent-style living for undergraduates, postgraduates, couples, and families with children. There are apartments available on and off campus and costs vary depending on the number of rooms and the location.

Fitness and aquatic centre

The UNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre offer a variety of aquatic and fitness facilities and programmes for all ages and abilities, including: indoor sports, swimming pool, weights and fitness equipment.

Library

The University’s main library is located in Kensington and the UNSW Paddington Library is located in Paddington. They offer access to a wide range of materials, both print and online in the fields of arts & social sciences, built environment, business, engineering, medicine and science.

Student lounge

The student lounge is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students can also access the Wi-Fi is available within this space.

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Facilities

Facilities

UNSW Sydney offers an atmosphere that will make its students feel right at home. Its three campuses are modern, conveniently located and safe with lots of communal study areas and amenities. Students will find green parks, free Wi-Fi, indoor and outdoor study areas with power outlets and much more.

Campus facilities

UNSW Sydney’s Kensington campus has everything a student needs including dozens of cafes and restaurants, two banks, four ATMs, a post office, supermarket, food cooperative, pharmacy, medical centre and dentist, two libraries, fitness and aquatic centre, and sports fields and courts.

Study areas

Students can work on their assignments at one of UNSWs’ many indoor computer labs or outdoor study areas complete with power outlets to charge devices, and stay connected to family and friends with free Wi-Fi throughout the campus.

Clubs and societies

Students at UNSW can choose to join any of the more than 300 student-led clubs and social societies across a range of interests for food lovers, sport, and running, debating, biological conservation, the exchange society and more.

Accommodation

UNSW Sydney is the largest provider of student housing in Sydney with award-winning accommodation both on and off campus.

Apartments

Apartments offer independent-style living for undergraduates, postgraduates, couples, and families with children. There are apartments available on and off campus and costs vary depending on the number of rooms and the location.

Fitness and aquatic centre

The UNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre offer a variety of aquatic and fitness facilities and programmes for all ages and abilities, including: indoor sports, swimming pool, weights and fitness equipment.

Library

The University’s main library is located in Kensington and the UNSW Paddington Library is located in Paddington. They offer access to a wide range of materials, both print and online in the fields of arts & social sciences, built environment, business, engineering, medicine and science.

Student lounge

The student lounge is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students can also access the Wi-Fi is available within this space.

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Entry requirements

Undergraduate study

For undergraduate study, there is more than one way to meet its academic entry requirements. These include high school studies, foundation studies, recognised prior study and a university transfer.

Postgraduate study

For postgraduate study, students generally are required to have completed undergraduate studies at a university-type institution.

English language requirements

If a student’s qualifications were not undertaken and assessed in English, the student must provide evidence of English language ability which meets the minimum requirements for admission. Visit the UNSW program pages for more details.

Other qualifications

In addition to University English Preparation Courses and English tests, UNSW also accepts several academic qualifications for its English language requirements.

All qualifications should have been taken by students no more than two years from their year of commencement of study, (excluding students from Sweden, Denmark, or Norway, who can produce results four years prior to commencement year of study at UNSW).

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Entry requirements

Undergraduate study

For undergraduate study, there is more than one way to meet its academic entry requirements. These include high school studies, foundation studies, recognised prior study and a university transfer.

Postgraduate study

For postgraduate study, students generally are required to have completed undergraduate studies at a university-type institution.

English language requirements

If a student's qualifications were not undertaken and assessed in English, the student must provide evidence of English language ability which meets the minimum requirements for admission. Visit the UNSW program pages for more details.

Other qualifications

In addition to University English Preparation Courses and English tests, UNSW also accepts several academic qualifications for its English language requirements.

All qualifications should have been taken by students no more than two years from their year of commencement of study, (excluding students from Sweden, Denmark, or Norway, who can produce results four years prior to commencement year of study at UNSW).

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Entry requirements

Undergraduate study

For undergraduate study, there is more than one way to meet the academic entry requirements. These include high school studies, foundation studies, recognised prior study and a university transfer.

Postgraduate study

For postgraduate study, students generally are required to have completed undergraduate studies at a higher education institution. Find more information on undergraduate and postgraduate entry requirements here or on the degree pages of the degree finder.

English language requirements

If a student's qualifications were not undertaken and assessed in English, the student must provide evidence of English language ability which meets the minimum requirements for admission. The degree pages of UNSW Sydney's degree finder will include details for the program's English language requirements.

Other qualifications

In addition to university English preparation courses and English tests, the university also accepts several academic qualifications for its English language requirements. All qualifications should have been taken by students no more than two years from their year of commencement of study, (excluding students from Sweden, Denmark, or Norway, who can produce results four years prior to commencement year of study at UNSW Sydney).

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