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Prof. Arns was recognized for his work in digital core analysis with the Distinguished Technical Achievement Award from the Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts
Hot springs set to cool down Fiji
Professor Klaus Regenauer-Leib is putting the power of geothermal to work in Fiji.
Woodside 2017 - Vertical Master
A new career development scholarship for current first year students.

Upcoming events

Welcome

SCOPE Semester 2 Student Welcome

27 July 2017
All new Undergraduates, Postgraduate Coursework and Research Students invited!
Henry-Salich

Henry Salisch SPE Award

31 July 2017
The Henry Salisch SPE Award is a competitive scholarship for second year UNSW students worth $5000.00

Degrees and courses

Undergraduate degrees

The Bachelor of Engineering in Petroleum Engineering is internationally recognised and is the most established of its type in the southern hemisphere.

Postgraduate degrees

The School of Petroleum Engineering has strong relationships with the Australian Oil and Gas Industry. Many of our graduates working in industry return to pursue postgraduate degrees to further their careers. 

Highlights

Alumni & Industry
Facilities

There are some amazing facilities available at the School of Petroleum Engineering.

Consulting

Our consulting services cover the complete range of upstream oil and gas services.

High school students
Experience engineering

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

Guaranteed entry

Explore the UNSW entry requirements.

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Research highlights

We are at the leading edge of research into the characterisation, simulation, drilling and production of energy from deep within the earth.

Research groups

Learn about the research groups connected with the School of Petroleum Engineering.

About us

About the School

Established in 1985, the School of Petroleum Engineering is Australia's longest standing undergraduate and postgraduate petroleum industry training school, serving both Australian and international students.

Visitors and Community

Getting to UNSW

UNSW's main campus is located on a 38 hectare site in the suburb of Kensington

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Giving to UNSW

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UNSW is recognised throughout the world as an important centre of learning and research