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Over half of the world’s groundwater flows could take over 100 years to respond fully to climate change, new research has revealed. An international research team has, for the first...
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Undergraduate degrees

UNSW Engineering offers more degree specialisations than anywhere else. Explore our range of undergraduate degrees to find your fit today.

Postgraduate degrees

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Industry partnerships

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We work with hundreds of industry partners, from small start-ups to the world’s largest corporations to solve problems big and small.

Industry partners

Find out more about the connections between the engineering industry and UNSW.


Student-led Projects

BLUEsat is dedicated to creating easy-to-access space technology.

Redback Racing

Redback Racing designs, constructs and races an open-wheeled race car.

High school students
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Women in Engineering
Our Women in Engineering sponsors

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Outreach programs

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Upcoming events

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2019 UNSW Engineering Taste of Research Program Showcase

8 February 2019
This is the culmination of our elite Taste of Research Summer Scholarship Program (see below...

Engineering Q&A Panel with Industry

12 February 2019
Join a panel of students, alumni and industry representatives for a Q&A panel designed to...

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