Kate Fairlie inside

Talented UNSW Engineering student Kate Fairlie has won the Jacobs Australia Engineering Leadership Prize for her work to inspire other students to follow in her footsteps.

WarmanPrize inside

A combination of innovative thinking and months of painstaking work has paid off for a team of UNSW mechanical engineering students in this year's Warman Design and Build Competition.

Aerospace video frontpage

A plane which can drop a military boat into hot spots and a micro-blimp for search and rescue are among the creations of UNSW final-year Aerospace engineering students unveiled to industry.

Emma Field and Nicole McKeon will be among 500 school students - and a record number of girls - bending it like Beckham on the robotic "soccer field" at UNSW this week.

Robot inside

More than 500 school students from around the state, including a record number of girls, have showcased their computer and robotic expertise at UNSW.

Snake web

Thirty eight design and engineering students have constructed an enormous sculpture of a snake, nick-named Ed, on the UNSW campus to celebrate multi-disciplinary design education.

When the Governor-General welcomed a twenty budding indigenous engineers to Admiralty House it was the highlight finale of the 10th Indigenous Australian Engineering Summer School, run by the University of New South Wales.

UNSW's Faculty of Engineering has been ranked among the top 100 in the world by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University's Academic Ranking of World Universities.

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Twenty talented young Indigenous students have spent the past week experiencing a taste of university life and exploring the careers open to engineering graduates.