Info Day is the perfect opportunity to get your last minute questions answered.
Attend lectures, explore campus and chat to academics and current students in the Advisory Centre.
Come and see what studying at UNSW is all about. We look forward to welcoming you on campus.
Registration details available soon.
Thinking about study and a career in art, design, media and culture? Join us at the UNSW Galleries to see the A&D ANNUAL 19 Graduate Exhibition. Meet our graduating students, and partake in lively discussion on the ideas, inspirations and processes they present in their work. Ask them what it was like to study at UNSW Art & Design and what’s next for them after graduating.
More details to come.
Image: Blake Griffiths with his work at the A&D Annual 16
The largest national showcase of graduate contemporary art and design, the A&D ANNUAL 19 launches the next generation of artists, designers, makers and digital media creators. Encompassing installation, animation, visual effects, digital media and film, visual communication and graphic design, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, sound, spatial design, furniture and jewellery, textile design, design for social innovation, ceramics and more.
UNSW’s Forced Migration Research Network, the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law and the Institute for Global Development are hosting a methods workshop for graduate and early-career scholars. This event will seek to build skills and knowledge around social science and socio-legal methods, with a particular look at challenges that may arise when working in the fields of forced migration and refugee studies.
The Constitution of Myanmar: A Contextual Analysis, by Melissa Crouch
Date: Thursday 14 November, 2019
Time: 4.45pm for a 5pm start
Location: UNSW Book Shop, Quadrangle Building, E15, Kensington Campus
A progressive pathway to practice.
At UNSW Law, we’re renowned for the quality of our educational experience and extensive experiential opportunities. Now you can get that same quality and support from your Practical Legal Training (PLT) program.
We believe PLT should give students a qualification that meets the evolving needs of the profession, creating confident, practice-ready lawyers that can lead and reimagine the legal profession of tomorrow.
UNSW Art & Design is delighted to invite all pre-1990 graduates to a reunion event to reconnect with our alumni who studied at the Paddington campus when the Institute was known as the Alexander Mackie College (1958-1974), the Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education (1975-1982), and the City Art Institute (1982-1989).
The Australian Human Rights Institute presents a special lecture by leading feminist human rights lawyer, Hilary Charlesworth, in the Big Anxiety Empathy Clinic.
Professor Charlesworth will discuss how visual images reflect and challenge the colonial and patriarchal histories of international law.