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Restricting engineering visas not only wrong but harmful

Our Dean shares his opinion on removing engineers from the government's Skilled ...
Students go global to tackle refugee challenge

Four teams of UNSW students to compete in the Hult Prize Global Regional ...
UNSW's Anita Ho-Baillie holds a perovskite solar cell.

Anita Ho-Baillie’s team has set a new world efficiency record for trend-setting solar cells ...
CVEN’s evolving relationship with Beijing OriginWater

Supported by UNSW’s new Torch Innovation Precinct, the collaboration will bring much-needed affordable clean ...
Robotics adventure on Mars

Eight UNSW students set off to Poland to enjoy the terrifying, exhilarating and nail-biting drama of a robotics ...
Biomedical Engineering turns 40

The Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering celebrates a major milestone ...
Brittany and Laura (front)

UNSW is on track to reach its target of 30% female enrolments in ...
Professor Melissa Knothe Tate with her computer-controlled jacquard loom. Photo: Paul Henderson Kelly

UNSW biomedical engineers have woven a ‘smart’ fabric that mimics the bone tissue ...
Torch Innovation Precinct set to illuminate UNSW campus

The centre will foster research and entrepreneurship for industry and students alike ...
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Three UNSW students will take their STEM skills to Westpac after winning ...
UNSW is Australia's only university in the top 50!

UNSW has been placed in the world's top 50 for Engineering/Technology and Computer Sciences ...
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Sunswift car eVe to tour across NSW ...
Scholarship Dinner for future engineers

Top female students enjoy a ‘taste’ of Engineering at UNSW ...
The next mining boom: jobs for engineers

$1.14 million in mining engineering scholarships on offer to meet looming industry shortage ...

From the student blog

You got an engineering job. Now what?
18 November 2016

UNSW Engineering graduate Sarah Hayes reveals what engineers can expect from their first ...
Reprogram Computer Science to attract more women
4 November 2016

Despite the considerable intellectual and financial rewards of an IT career, women are ...
Don’t panic! Confusion is perfectly natural
21 October 2016

UNSW Engineering Rural Scholarship recipient Brody Smith relives the bewildering array of decisions he ...
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Science and Engineering Student Parent Info Evening

Tue, 21/03/2017
UNSW Science and Engineering: explore the possibilities. Parents and high school students in Years 11...
Through Engineers' Eyes

Through Engineers Eyes: A free online course

Mon, 24/04/2017
Learn the techniques of engineering mechanics, use them to interpret experiments and apply them to...
Postgraduate Information Session

Postgraduate Information Session

Wed, 10/05/2017
Learn more about our flexible degree structures, diverse course options, leading researchers and academics and...