UNSW Early Years’ fourth childcare centre, designed with input from children, has been officially opened by Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer.
UNSW's standing as one of the region’s leading research universities has been highlighted with its election to the prestigious APRU network.
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UNSW again has been recognised as one of the world’s top universities in the latest QS World Rankings, with big jumps in both academic and employer reputation.
Westpac CEO Gail Kelly has helped unveil a bust of Nelson Mandela and paid tribute to his inspiring legacy and leadership as part of the 2013 Wallace Wurth Lecture. VIDEO
UNSW has scored the maximum five-star rating for 10 performance indicators in the Good Universities Guide 2014 – up from eight last year.
UNSW has signed a major partnership with China’s prestigious Shanghai Jiao Tong University in research commercialisation and technology transfer.
The University categorically rejects any claim that patient safety was jeopardised in a clinical trial of anti-cancer compound DZ13.
Gail Kelly will present the 2013 Wallace Wurth Lecture on 28 August. The South African-born businesswoman will also help unveil a bust of Nelson Mandela, commissioned by UNSW.
UNSW has once again achieved a QS Five Star Plus rating for excellence, one of only eight universities in the world to receive the honour.