The University of New South Wales was funded in 1949 and celebrated its first international student in 1950, its first female graduate in 1952, and Australia’s first Indigenous law graduate in 1976 — to name just a few. The University has since been shaped by the addition of new schools, centres and institutes, by changes to the physical campus and strategic planning processes. Today UNSW is building a legacy of transformative and positive impact.
With more than 300 undergraduate or postgraduate courses to choose from in faculties of art, design and architecture, Business, Engineering, law, medicine, science and postgraduate research.
For students who want to study for a bachelor’s degree but have missed out on direct entry because they haven’t finished high school, their qualifications are not recognised, they have not met the entry criteria, or they need some additional English tuition, University of New South Wales offers pathway programs to make sure everyone has the opportunity to study.
Across all their campus locations, the University of New South Wales embraces a strong sense of community and inclusion with a commitment to ongoing sustainability. UNSW is at the heart of the sophisticated global knowledge system that is shaping our future. Since their founding in 1949, they have strived to create and share critical knowledge for the benefit of society, with lasting impact. The strategies developed and implemented throughout the University strengthen their ability to achieve these goals now and in the future.
Why University of New South Wales?
- Top 50 QS World University Rankings, 2022.
- Academic support and study hub to support international students
- Pathway programs: Foundation Studies Programs, Diploma Programs and English Language Courses
- Individual career coaching, events, workshops, courses to help finding employment and shape your career
More about University of New South Wales
“Our collective difference reflects the unique perspectives of our people, place and purpose as we play our part in the creation of a just society”
UNSW’s goal is to enable our students to realise their ambitions and to grow, develop and contribute positively to a better world. They want their graduates to be prepared for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century and believe their initiatives will help lay the foundations for the journey ahead.
Scholarship at University of New South Wales
Find a scholarship that rewards your ambition and supports your future. Whether you’re a domestic or international student, UNSW is likely to have a scholarship that will help you reach your full potential.