A record 27 students were listed in the Top100 Future Leaders Awards, with three students topping their chosen field.
Australia must reinvigorate its PhD programs so their value is apparent outside the university sector if it wants to attract a reasonable share of the world’s best minds, writes Laura Poole-Warren.
We may need to rethink the nature and purpose of a law degree, write Richard Holden and Rosalind Dixon.
Want to work for the most desirable companies in Australia? According to professional networking site LinkedIn, these companies hired UNSW graduates ahead of any other university.
Engineering student Tom Perfrement has been named ‘Australia’s most employable’ in his field, one of 15 UNSW students dominating a list of the country’s top 100 future graduates.
There is no better time to be an entrepreneur in Australia. UNSW is doing its part, producing more millionaire graduates and successful technology start-ups than any other Australian university.
UNSW has scored the maximum five-star rating for 10 performance indicators in the Good Universities Guide 2014 – up from eight last year.
More then 300 graduates will emerge from the College of Fine Arts' creative cocoon this week when they exhibit their final projects at COFA ANNUAL 08.