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Did you know that there is an asteroid called Psyche floating around in space? NASA is planning on visiting it in 2023.
A/Prof Julien Epps received the 2016 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence. Julien has made an outstanding contribution to teaching and learning over the past decade and this award is a...
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Upcoming events


Space Activities at the German Center of Applied Space Technologies and Microgravity (ZARM)

23 February 2017
This talk will give a short introduction to ZARM with its 140m droptower used for...
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UNSW Orientation Week

20 February 2017 to 24 February 2017
O Week Semester 1 2017 O Week is held from Monday 20 to Friday 24...

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

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Join one of our world class postgraduate coursework or research programs.


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Research groups provide opportunities for qualified students to undertake advanced study across key research areas.

Research centres

Our staff are involved in research across several research centers.

High school students
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UNSW Engineering offers a range of events for high school students to attend.

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Women in Engineering
Women in Engineering Awards

UNSW WIE Awards support UNSW's wider campaign to attract more female student to a career in engineering.

Outreach programs

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About us

About the School

The School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications has great depth in its research activities that makes it one of the largest postgraduate Schools in the country and a world leader in a number of key research areas.

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