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See what our students get up to and find out why UNSW is your perfect fit.

Women in Engineering

UNSW Women in Engineering

UNSW Sydney is committed to inspiring young women to pursue a career in engineering. The Women in Engineering Program aims to inspire girls to pursue engineering degrees and careers, support women studying engineering at UNSW through a range of programs for personal and professional development, and celebrate the successes of female engineering graduates.

What's UNSW Engineering like?

What's UNSW Engineering like?

Student Hayden Smith gives an insight into life as an Engineering student at UNSW. During uni, Hayden led the group Sunswift, a team which designed, built and raced a solar car. Watch the video and hear his story.

ENGG1000 project testing

ENGG1000 Energy From Waves Trailer

Students from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering dare to dream of a world powered by the oceans.

Killer robots

How can you stop killer robots | Toby Walsh | TEDxBerlin

Professor Toby Walsh on "How can you stop killer robots" at TEDxBerlin.

Student-led groups

UNSW Engineering Student Led Groups

sUNSWift is helping to shape a clean energy future by developing a practical solar sports car using existing technology. In 2015 the team placed 4th overall against global challengers in the World Solar Competition.

The Redback Racing team designs, constructs and races an open-wheeled race car. The team has competed in the Formula SAE Australasian competition run by the Society of Automotive Engineers since 2000.

BLUEsat is dedicated to creating practical engineering projects that give undergraduate students hands-on experience in space technology. Current projects include a microsatellite test flight on a stratospheric balloon, and a rover suitable for asteroid, lunar and Mars-like environments.

Robogals aims to increase female participation in engineering, science and technology through fun and educational initiatives targeted at girls in primary and secondary school.

RoboCup is an annual international tournament where the best universities in the world compete in leagues such as soccer, work, home and rescue. In 2014, the UNSW team, rUNSWift, came home from Brazil as world champions.

UNSW hosts the 2015 NI Autonomous Robotics Competition

UNSW hosts the 2015 NI Autonomous Robotics Competition

Robots from 26 Australasian universities have descended on UNSW for the 2015 National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition. The teams have had six months to come up with their designs - which one will win?
UNSWTV is the official channel of UNSW Australia (the University of New South Wales), a powerhouse of cutting-edge research and teaching in the Asia-Pacific based in Sydney. 

Highlights from Open Day 2015

UNSW Engineering - Open Day 2015

Open Day 2015 was a huge success! Here are a few of the highlights from UNSW Engineering.

New Career Paths with Nuclear Engineering at UNSW

New Career Paths with Nuclear Engineering at UNSW

Mark Greenhalf is a structural engineer with 10 years of experience working in the resource sector and has enjoyed a rich and varied professional career in the middle East and Asia. Mark talks about why he chose the UNSW Nuclear Engineering Masters degree and discusses how the degree will prepare him for his future in the nuclear industry. 

He discusses the Commonwealth Supported Places available, the Sir William Tyree Postgraduate Award and the high-quality lecture experience from staff from Imperial College and ANSTO.

Career Advancement with Nuclear Engineering at UNSW

Career Advancement with Nuclear Engineering at UNSW

Tim Rownes is a reactor operator at the OPAL reactor at ANSTO, Lucas Heights. He describes his experiences of studying on Australia’s only Nuclear Engineering Masters degree at UNSW.

Tim discusses how the degree is preparing him for his future in the nuclear industry, the scholarship opportunities available and the high-quality lecture experience. Tim describes his involvement with young generation networks of nuclear engineers.

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