Of all the various groups of learners in our school systems, it is the gifted and talented – potentially the nation's intellectual and academic elite – who have suffered the largest declines in achievement during recent years, writes Jennifer Jolly.
A journalism student explains what it’s like working in Australia’s largest newsroom to cover the federal election campaign for UniPollWatch.
Engineering student Geethu George shares the biggest mistakes she made in her first year at university for the benefit of those just embarking on their higher education journey.
Life as an exchange student in a faraway land can involve new experiences, exotic food … and the occasional brush with royalty.
UNSW has launched a new campaign to prevent sexual assault and harassment, partnering with all Australian universities on a major national initiative.
Every year, some 18,000 engineering jobs need to be filled, and only 6,000 come from Australian graduates – the rest come from overseas. It’s one of the many reasons UNSW has turned to young women.
Unable to show the faces of asylum seekers for security reasons, a group of UNSW students has turned to art to put a human face to those held in Australia’s detention centres.
A group of students has returned home from Harvard University’s prestigious BIOMOD championships, where they were placed in the Gold category for their innovative vaccine research .
Three UNSW students will head to Paris this month to take part in events surrounding the UN Climate Change Conference, after winning first prize in the Climate Change Grand Challenge competition.
Armed with a video camera, ten UNSW Law students have ventured across the Great Dividing Range into Wiradjuri country, seeking insights into life for the region's Aboriginal people.