Selena Griffith, UNSW Engineering’s new Scientia Experience Manager, is helping students build entrepreneurial skills and a love of hands-on learning.
Student volunteers are breathing life into ailing medical machines in rural Cambodia, returning home with valuable insights into a country with a complex past.
Engineering student Ojasvi Chavali reports from rural Cambodia where he and 16 fellow UNSW students volunteered at local hospitals to help bring ailing medical machines back to life.
An enterprising group of students has swapped the classroom for the Pacific to help find solutions to climate change challenges facing island communities.
Seven UNSW students have been awarded prestigious New Colombo plan scholarships, worth up to $67,000 each, for study and internships in the Indo-Pacific region in 2016.
The UNSW Business School will bring together top entrepreneurs in Jakarta this week to share insights into the future of business in Indonesia.
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More than 200 UNSW students will travel to the Indo-Pacific region next year under the federal government’s New Colombo Plan.
I have returned from my Journalism Professional Practicum with an unending love and fascination for Indonesia, unforgettable experiences and lifelong friendships, writes Annalise Bolt.
UNSW’s strong ties with the international community were the focus of an inaugural luncheon for diplomats from across Asia, Europe and the Americas.