Potential students and their families can learn all about life and study at UNSW Sydney on Saturday, with hundreds of exciting events on offer including demonstrations and lectures.
Hundreds of school students got a rare peek into what life as a scientist could be like, as Professor Michelle Simmons opened the doors of the Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology ahead of National Science Week.
Visitors to UNSW's Open Day this Saturday will have the chance to enter a virtual reality world courtesy of their smartphone and revolutionary 'Google cardboard' glasses.
World champion soccer robots, a record-breaking solar car and a 3D printer will be among attractions at UNSW's Open Day, Saturday 6 September.
Election day is also the University's Open Day. Vote with your feet and come to UNSW so we can help you choose your ideal undergraduate program.
Want to make ice cream with liquid nitrogen or see how a 3D printer works? Or visit the Museum of Human Disease? Come to UNSW Open Day on Saturday, September 7.
Not sure which degree to choose? Want to find out more about scholarships? Or are you a parent about to send your child off to uni? Come to Open Day this Saturday to have all your questions answered.
Come along to UNSW Open Day to find the right information to help you choose your ideal undergraduate program.
It is that time of year, when year 12 students are more sleep deprived than usual and the question "What are you doing after school?" is echoing across high schools.