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- Experience UNSW
Do a first year computing course while you’re still at school. No programming experience is required.
Visit universities and industry.
These fantastic hands-on, free workshop let students try out three areas of engineering.
This evening will include talks and a career market for students and parents to talk directly to each Engineering School.
Discover the scholarships available to students wishing to study at UNSW Australia.
Teams of students complete programming tasks as fast as possible over two rounds. Scholarships and prizes are up for grabs.
A week of workshops for high school students that ranges from an introduction to programming, to game design. You can apply for one or multiple workshops.
Take on real engineering, team-based challenges over a day at UNSW's Kensington campus.
Open Day is your chance to see UNSW up-close and personal, chat face-to-face with our academics and current students. Experience the UNSW vibe - grab some food, listen to some music, and get interactive with student and Faculty.
Running from September 21 to 23, year 10 and 11 students can enjoy three days of hands-on workshops.
A week of free workshops for high school students where you can apply for one or multiple workshops.
Five-day residential camp for year 11 and 12 female students to explore the amazing world of engineering.