Students

Alex bronze

Engineering student Alex Green can now add ‘Paralympic medallist’ to her long list of achievements, after winning bronze in cycling at the London games.

Ori allon

Find out why UNSW’s postgraduates receive the highest median starting salaries in Australia, with 92% of students in full-time jobs within three months of completing their degree.

ASPIRE youngest

The youngest students ever to take part in UNSW’s ASPIRE program have travelled from remote Tullibigeal to experience university for the first time.

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A passion for foreign policy is taking UNSW student Hannah Glass to Vladivostok, where she will rub shoulders with world leaders at this year’s APEC summit.

Open Day 2012

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.

Sophia Pearce Quilt edit 1

Contemporary textile designs inspired by the traditional fabrics of Western India are part of a student exhibition at COFA.

Wai Fong Chua

We need to be constantly and creatively thinking - and teaching - about the globalised environment in which we work and live, writes Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Students) Wai Fong Chua.

Johnno Cotterill

Making it into the Australian Olympic water polo team and completing his commerce degree are two goals Johnno Cotterill has just achieved, as he heads to London.

Winterschool

One hundred and fifty Indigenous high school students from across Australia are sampling uni life this week as part of UNSW’s Nura Gili Winter School, one of the largest university preparation programs of its kind.

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UNSW student Andrew Blackie is heading to China to compete in the finals of an international language competition that will be broadcast to an audience of 20 million.

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