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.