Useful links

This page contains a list of useful links to sites that will assist you throughout your student life.

UNSW Policies

UNSW policies and procedures that will be useful to know including:

  • Grades
  • Fees
  • Deadlines

UNSW Terminology

Find out what the definition is of terms commonly used at UNSW.


myUNSW is the single online access point for UNSW Services and Information.


The UNSW Handbook is your guide to degree programs and courses offered at UNSW.


The UNSW Class Timetable details for all courses planned for the current/ upcoming year.


Bojangles is an auto timetable generator which assist students in planning their timetable. Note – although we think this works it is not an official UNSW website and it is important that you confirm your timetable via the UNSW Class Timetable


Pathways is a website created by students which assists students in planning their requisite pathways for courses. Note – although we think this works it is not an official UNSW website and it is important that you confirm your requisites via the UNSW Handbook

A to Z Guide

Here you can find an alphabetical list of resources and services for UNSW students.

Plagiarism and academic integrity

Here you can find more information on plagiarism and how to avoid it.


ELISE is designed to introduce new students to studying at UNSW. You will learn about important topics such as:

  • How to find and evaluate information
  • The academic writing processes
  • Plagiarism and how to avoid it
  • Your rights and responsibilities as a student
  • Services offered on campus

Educational Support Service

The Educational Support Service work with all students to promote the development of skills needed to succeed at university.

The Learning Centre

The Learning Centre offers academic skill support, including:

  • Individual consultations
  • Academic skills workshops
  • Conversation Café groups
  • Online academic skills resources

Counselling and Physiological Service (CAPS)

The Counselling and Psychological Services provides free and confidential services to all students, including:

  • Individual counselling
  • Specific programs, workshops and seminars for skills development
  • Self-help resources

Disability Support Services

If you have a disability, medical condition or difficult personal circumstances that impacts on your study, the Disability Support Services can offer support and advice.

Careers and Employment

Careers and Employment support students to successfully develop their careers and links employers with students and graduates.

International Student Support

Student Development International (SDI) is the first point of contact for international students. The Student Advisors are there to help with personalised advice and information about all aspects of university life, student visa, wellbeing, academic performance or if you need help but don’t know where to go.

English and Academic Skills

If you are an international student looking to improve your English Language Skills and meet new people, then check out the available short courses and programs available at UNSW.