An Indonesian fisherman, represented by UNSW law students, has filed the first international case against Australia’s people smuggling laws, claiming they violate international law.
Felisbela Do Rosario Guterres plans to use her Prime Minister’s Pacific-Australia Award to help stop deforestation in her home country, Timor Leste.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has used a visit to UNSW education students to launch a national campaign to find Australia’s favourite teacher.
Some of UNSW’s brightest PhD students faced a research battle of a different kind as they competed in the annual Three Minute Thesis competition.
Four students and graduates from the Australian School of Business will play for the Sydney Swans at this weekend's AFL grand final.
Set up 60 years ago to benefit students from Asia’s newest nations, the Colombo Plan marked the beginning of Australia’s regional engagement and helped change the face of UNSW.
Engineering student Alex Green can now add ‘Paralympic medallist’ to her long list of achievements, after winning bronze in cycling at the London games.
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.
The youngest students ever to take part in UNSW’s ASPIRE program have travelled from remote Tullibigeal to experience university for the first time.
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.