Opportunities for Future Students

 

Be inspired to explore a career in engineering

An important part of the Women in Engineering program is raising the awareness of engineering as a potential career option for girls, and shattering the perception that engineering is a profession for men involving hard hats, physical labour and heavy machinery. Engineering is actually an extraordinarily diverse field, and UNSW has an illustrious history of female graduates making impact in the areas of medical science, environmental stewardship, world health and energy innovation. These engineers require lateral thinking, creativity, problem-solving and management skills.

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Events for High School Students
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Women in Engineering Scholarships
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Faculty of Engineering Admissions Scheme (FEAS)
Women in Engineering Scholarships
Undergraduate Scholarships

UNSW provides Women in Engineering industry scholarships to support high-achieving female students throughout their degree. Apply here.

We recommend you apply for as many scholarships that you are eligible for to increase your chances (not just WIE scholarships).

To apply: 

Go to scholarships.unsw.edu.au

Search for “Engineering” in the keywords 

Apply for all scholarships for which you are eligible 

More info on scholarships here

Postgraduate Scholarships

The UNSW Women in Engineering Research Scholarship was established to assist women of high academic achievement with an interest in a research and/or an academic career in engineering. UNSW Engineering offers two Women in Engineering Top-up Scholarships every semester. See our Research Scholarships page  for more information. 

Faculty of Engineering Admissions Scheme (FEAS)
Faculty of Engineering Admissions Scheme (FEAS)

If you are expecting an ATAR between 83.00 and 92.95 and want to study at UNSW, we encourage you to apply for the Faculty of Engineering Admissions Scheme (FEAS). FEAS is an alternative pathway for students who want to study at UNSW but don’t meet the Guaranteed Entry Rank (GE) of 93.00. FEAS applies to most UNSW Engineering undergraduate programs, including the double degrees with a GE of 93.

See our FEAS page for more information.