Two young researchers working to reduce carbon emissions and promoting the design of sustainable and liveable cities have been named UNSW winners of the 2017 Westpac Future Leaders Scholarships.
UNSW students are heading to London, Boston, Dubai and San Francisco to compete in the Hult Prize Global Regional Finals, pitching their solutions to improve the lives of 10 million refugees.
Record numbers of young people interested in the future of cities have chosen UNSW’s City Planning degree, with demand increasing by more than 100 per cent.
High-achieving students Shakir Islam, Caitlin Matthei and Ryan Betbeder are thrilled to receive an offer to study at UNSW in 2017.
Cricketer Carly Leeson is on a high – her team is leading the Big Bash women’s competition and she has just scored a prestigious Ben Lexcen Sports Scholarship to study at UNSW.
For app designer and international exchange student Ewaldo Moritz Neto, UNSW’s Michael Crouch Innovation Centre is nothing short of “paradise”.
From wearable sunburn sensors and radical environmental justice, to predicting deluge patterns and stopping HIV in its tracks, UNSW's inspiring young researchers are changing the face of the city.
Four UNSW students are heading to India next year as Pollinate Energy Fellows to help bring light to some of the country’s poorest communities.
UNSW’s student leaders have travelled to Arizona to meet with their counterparts from Kings College London and Arizona State University to develop global student-led initiatives as part of the PLuS Alliance.
Petra Quartullo from Caringbah Selective High School teaches violin to kids as young as five – now she’s hoping to add another string to her bow by taking on engineering and commerce at UNSW.