international students


There is no reason to doubt the economic and cultural benefits that international university students bring to Australia, writes Laurie Pearcey.


With more students from ASEAN member countries coming to Australia, our educators can capitalise on already burgeoning relationships, writes Professor Ian Jacobs.


Recent commentary about China's engagement with Australia's universities has overlooked the enormous benefits our academic links with China generate, write David Gonski and Ian Jacobs.


Recent media commentary on China-Australia relations claim that Beijing is on a mission to undermine our democratic institutions, Laurie Pearcey looks at the broader picture.


The “high-stakes game” of UNSW's international engagement and its emergence as Australia’s global university have been celebrated at a book launch and awards ceremony in Sydney.


A star of Indonesian television is one of the guests visiting UNSW for the Indonesian Students Association of UNSW's ideas conference, ICON 2017.

International Students in Australia - Uttam Kumar from India

Each year, UNSW welcomes thousands of international students to Australia. Indian student Uttam Kumar, who is researching better ways to recycle our growing mountains of e-waste, tells his story to the ABC's Australia Plus.

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Uttam Kumar beat 37,000 students from around the world to win a year of free study in Australia. The 22-year-old from New Delhi has chosen UNSW, where he'll undertake a Masters degree in materials science.

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UNSW is sponsoring an innovative social media campaign offering international students the opportunity to study in Australia.

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UNSW has announced it will guarantee on-campus accommodation for all first-year international undergraduate students commencing studies at the University in 2014.