The exposure that sponsorship leverages for companies is the most effective method available.

  • All Sponsors are invited to the annual UNSW Computing Careers Fair.
  • All Sponsors are invited to the annual Prizes and Awards Reception. 



For current students

UNSW's team in the Standard Platform League of the international RoboCup competition have been World Champions multiple times, as well as reaching the finals nearly every year since 1999.  

Exposure is immense.  RoboCup is used extensively by the School, the Faculty of Engineering and by UNSW in Marketing, so both high school students and current UNSW students are reached.  Further, the competition is attended by over 3,000 students and staff from universities throughout the world.  A large number of spectators attend (around 40,000 in The Netherlands).  

UNSW will be hosting RoboCup in Sydney in 2019!

Major Sponsor $20,000 (exclusive sponsorship)

  • Logo on leg of robot (b/w)
  • Large Logo on front of (human) team's polos
  • Large Logo on website
  • Light-weight banner can be taken with team an displayed on the team's table at the competition.
  • Invitation to any related events (like the Reception when we do well at the competition) 

Support Sponsor $10,000 (up to three sponsors)

  • Medium logo on sleeve of (human) team's polos
  • Medium Logo on website
  • Invitation to any related events (like the Reception when we do well at the competition) 

Associate Sponsor $5,000 (unlimited sponsorship)

  • Small logo on back of (human) team's polos
  • Small Logo on website
  • Invitation to any related events (like the Reception when we do well at the competition) 


ACCESS for Women

For high school students

The Australian Computing, Coding, and Engineering Summer School for Women (ACCESS for Women) was developed by UNSW Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), along with the CSE Student Society (CSE Soc), to offer a five day summer school to up to thirty six female students going into years 11 and 12. The program aims to encourage young women to pursue Computer Science as a career path through five days of learning, social interaction, and networking with industry sponsors.  The website is here.

Partner Sponsor: $5,000 (up to three sponsors)

  • Site visit
  • Project/workshop organised/run by sponsor
  • Attendance at the dinner, welcoming ceremony and final presentations.
  • Giveaway merchandise
  • Poster logo
  • Website logo & link

Contributor: $2,500 (unlimited sponsorship)

  • Attendance at the dinner, welcoming ceremony and final presentations.
  • Giveaway merchandise
  • Poster logo
  • Website logo & link

Supporter: $1,000 (unlimited sponsorship)

  • Giveaway merchandise
  • Poster logo
  • Website logo & link


High School Computing course (HS1917)

For high school students

$5000 (exclusive sponsorship)

Each year a limited number of selected talented students are offered the opportunity to enrol as a UNSW student whilst still at school and take COMP1917, our highly popular first-year computing course. This Course is commonly called HS1917.

This program offers quality exposure:

  • Around 100 students apply each year
  • Only around 50 are selected
  • This represents a very high quality cohort with a deep interest in a computing career

More information at HS1917.


UNSW Computing ProgComp

For high school students

$5000 (exclusive sponsorship)

Teams of high school students compete annually for prizes and scholarships.  The competition is in two rounds; the Open Round is held at high schools and the Grand Final is held at UNSW.  

This competition offers unique exposure:

  • Up to 300 teams enter each year, and each team has up to three students
  • Entries are received from across Australia
  • Entrants have a high likelihood of studying computing at university 

More information at UNSW Computing ProgComp.


UNSW Computing student network (mentoring program)

For current students

$3000 (exclusive sponsorship)

A program run by the School to help new students transition from high school into the social environment of the University and School. 

  • The sponsor is invited to all events, gets to display their banner at events, and have their logo on the website.  
  • Exposure is to both the new students and to the Mentors. 

The homepage of the program is here.



For current students

From $5,000 (unlimited sponsorship)

  • Scholars are selected from an application or shortlisting procedure, possibly with interviews
  • Multiple-year award
  • Scholars can either be selected from high school or from our current cohort 
  • Sponsors can be part of the selection process and so can become very familiar with the candidates
  • Scholarships sometimes have an internship built into them. 

A list of current programs is available.



For current students

From $1,000 to $1,999 (Exclusive sponsorship)

  • Prizes and Awards are announced each year to all students and staff in the School and re-announced at our Prizes and Awards Reception.
  • Sponsorship for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places increases exposure. 
  • The winning students also get the prize, award or scholarship printed on their transcripts. 
  • Winners are selected from their performance in UNSW Computing courses (subjects)
  • No application or shortlisting procedure and no interviews
  • Single-year award
  • Sponsors are not part of the selection process, but have the opportunity to meet them at the UNSW Computing Prizes and Awards Reception

A list of current Prizes can be found below. Green courses are still available for sponsorship.  

Course Name Sponsor Logo
COMP1917 Computing 1 ResMed  ResMed Logo
COMP1927 Computing 2 Atlassian Atlassian Logo
COMP2041 Software Construction: Techniques and Tools ROKT  ROKT logo
COMP2111 System Modelling and Design QuantumLinx  QuantumLinx Logo
COMP2121 Microprocessors and Interfacing Ben Rudzyn Memorial   
COMP2911 Engineering Design in Computing Atlassian Atlassian Logo
COMP3121 Algorithms and Programming Techniques IMC IMC Logo
COMP3131 Programming Languages and Compilers Oracle  Oracle Logo
COMP3141 Software System Design and Implementation Jane Street Jane Street Logo
COMP3153 Algorithmic Verification    
COMP3161 Concepts of Programming Languages    
COMP3211 Computer Architecture    
COMP3222 Digital Circuits and Systems    
COMP3231 Operating Systems Cog Systems Cog Systems Logo
COMP3311 Database Systems Wisetech Global WiseTech Logo
COMP3331 Computer Networks and Applications Department of Defence, Graduate Office Department of Defence Logo
COMP3411 Artificial Intelligence    
COMP3421 Computer Graphics    
COMP3431 Robotic Software Architecture    
COMP3441 Security Engineering CommBank CommBank Logo
COMP3511 Human Computer Interaction UpGuard UpGuard Logo
COMP4001 Object-Oriented Software Development Wisetech Global WiseTech Logo
COMP4121 Advanced and Parallel Algorithms Niel van der Westhuizen  
COMP4128 Programming Challenges Recruit Holdings Recruit Logo
COMP4141 Theory of Computation Wargaming Sydney Wargamer Logo
COMP4161 Advanced Topics in Software Verification    
COMP4181 Language-based Software Safety Jane Street Jane Street Logo
COMP4336 Mobile Data Networking Wipro  Wipro Logo
COMP4337 Securing Wireless Networks Ernst & Young  Ernst & Young Logo
COMP4418 Knowledge Representation and Reasoning    
COMP4911 Thesis Part B Displayr Displayr Logo
COMP4920 Management and Ethics    
COMP4931 Thesis Part B UpGuard UpGuard Logo
COMP6714 Information Retrieval and Web Search UpGuard UpGuard Logo
COMP6733 Internet of Things Experimental Design Studio    
COMP6741 Parameterized and Exact Computation    
COMP6752 Modelling Concurrent Systems    
COMP6771 Advanced C++ Programming Optiver  Optiver Logo
COMP9242 Advanced Operating Systems Alumni   
COMP9243 Distributed Systems UpGuard UpGuard Logo
COMP9315 Database Systems Implementation    
COMP9318 Data Warehousing and Data Mining Wisetech Global WiseTech Logo
COMP9319 Web Data Compression and Search    
COMP9321 Web Applications Engineering Wisetech Global WiseTech Logo
COMP9322 Service-Oriented Architectures Amadeus   
COMP9323 e-Enterprise Project Wisetech Global WiseTech Logo
COMP9333 Advanced Computer Networks UpGuard UpGuard Logo
COMP9334 Capacity Planning of Computer Systems and Networks Wargaming Sydney Wargamer Logo
COMP9417 Machine Learning and Data Mining Optus  Optus Logo
COMP9444 Neural Networks UpGuard UpGuard Logo
COMP9447 Security Engineering Workshop CommBank CommBank Logo
COMP9517 Computer Vision    
SENG1031 Software Engineering Workshop 1 Wisetech Global WiseTech Logo
SENG2011 Software Engineering Workshop 2A ThoughtWorks  ThoughtWorks Logo
SENG2021 Software Engineering Workshop 2B Macquarie Group Macquarie Logo
SENG3011 Software Engineering Workshop 3 Optiver   Optiver Logo
  The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize for Year 1 Macquarie Group Macquarie Logo
  The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize for Year 2 Macquarie Group Macquarie Logo
  The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize for Year 3 Microsoft Microsoft Logo
  The CSE Undergraduate Performance Prize for Year 4 CSIRO Data61 CSIRO Data61 Logo
  The CSE Postgraduate Performance Prize for S1    
  The CSE Postgraduate Performance Prize for S2    
  The Anita Borg Award Gernot Heiser and Trudy Weibel  
  The Best Research Paper Award CISRA CISRA
  The Year 2 Software Engineering Prize CommBank CommBank Logo
  The Year 3 Software Engineering Prize CommBank CommBank Logo
  The Year 4 Software Engineering Prize CommBank CommBank Logo
  The Google Third Year Prize Google Google Logo
  The Thesis Showcase Prize Metamako Metamako Logo
  The Murray Allen Award in Computer Science Murray Allen   


Clubs and societies

For current students


  • UNSW Computing has a vibrant student cohort with high levels of participation in societies and clubs.  

Please negotiate directly with CSE Revue and CSE Soc.


How to sponsor

Please contact our Development Office.