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The horsemanship entrepreneur
UNSW Engineering alumni Craig Singleton personifies the versatility of engineering.
We are happy to announce that staff in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering have procured new research projects in partnership with industry and government agencies. These projects are...
MECHSOC goes to Camp!
The first MECHSOC camp was a huge success, the story of a society that grew from a BBQ into something greater. From 24 to 26 March 2017, a group of...

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Postgraduate Information Session

Postgraduate Information Session

10 May 2017
Learn more about our flexible degree structures, diverse course options, leading researchers and academics and...
High School Information Day 2017

High School Information Day 2017

17 May 2017
UNSW Engineering’s High School Information Day gives senior high school students the opportunity to sample...

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