In making a bequest you leave a legacy that makes a real contribution to future generations and to the life of the University. A gift in your will could provide scholarships to talented and disadvantaged students, be used for groundbreaking research, or continue our long tradition of attracting exceptional teaching staff.
Ways to Give
You can make an online donation to UNSW Engineering at any time, in any place; simply by using the University's secure online donation form.
Want to leave a lasting impact?
There are many ways to give - find out how you could be providing scholarships to talented and disadvantaged students or contributing to groundbreaking research and leave a lasting impact on the future of the Faculty and its students.
As a Faculty we recognise that Foundations, Trusts, and Private Ancillary Funds play an integral role in supporting research and community initiatives. We highly value our relationships as our goals are often closely aligned and we can benefit from shared outcomes. The University has Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status and can accept gifts from Foundations, Trusts, and Private Ancillary Funds.
In partnering with UNSW Engineering, you are enhancing the profile and brand of your organisation and aligning with a progressive and socially engaged Faculty.
There are various ways that corporate and community organisations may support and partner with the Faculty through sponsorships, linkage grants, in-kind support, events, recruitment activities and research. Opportunities for naming rights, recognition and brand placement are also available to our donors and partners.
Workplace giving is a Government endorsed and simple method for supporting students and research in the UNSW Engineering.
This is a simple and very effective way for UNSW staff to make donations through automated pre-tax payroll deductions to UNSW, which means that you receive an immediate tax deduction from your fortnightly wage. You can choose to support a specific area within the Faculty or establish your own named scholarship.
UNSW Engineering welcomes engagement from its alumni and supporters in ways other than financial support. Your time and expertise can be just as valuable, as can the offer of internships, and mentoring students in their career development. Contact our Alumni and Engagement Coordinator to find out more.
Internships and student placements provide concrete contextual learning opportunities, solidifying student knowledge learned in the classroom and providing valuable industry experience. If you would like to find out more information about how your organisation could offer student placements and internships, please email the team.