High school programs
Computer Science and Engineering offers three high school outreach programs for students to get a taste of what a career in this field could be like:
High School Computing
The High School Computing Program (HS1917) has welcomed over 600 students from years 10,11 and 12 since its inception. It is our most popular introduction to computing and allows students to complete a university course while at school. Many of our students that have completed this course now work for companies such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook. Learn more about the High School Computing program.
The School’s student society CSESoc also offers a high school outreach program called CompClub which introduces students to the basics of Computer Science. Learn more about the CompClub program.
The UNSW ProgComp is the largest high school programming competition where teams of high school students from across Australia compete for prizes. Learn more here.
The Faculty of Engineering also offers a variety of USTEM workshops for high school students. For more details visit our Careers Advisers Resources.