Join us at our Undergraduate Info and Insights Week from 23 - 25 June.
Designed for Year 11 and 12 students, we'll cover everything from scholarships and admissions to the UNSW student experience through a series of short livestreamed presentations. At the end of each session, you'll have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A, where you can get all your questions answered.
Explore the different sessions available below and register for each session that interests you. Please note that you can register for as many of the sessions as you like, but we do require each attendee to register individually.
We'll be in touch on the day of each event to share the livestream link and instructions for how to join participate in the session.
We look forward to connecting with you!
Bring Your Difference: Student Life at UNSW | 6 - 6:30pm
Take a step beyond the classroom and get an insight into the diverse student life opportunities on offer at UNSW. Discover how you can make the most of your time at university with over 300+ clubs and societies to get involved in alongside sport and fitness, volunteering, wellness and accommodation. Interested in studying abroad? We’ll also take a look at how you can build international experiences into your degree, with everything from a two-week study tour to a year-long exchange.
Building Career Success: Employability and Work-Integrated Learning | 6:30 - 7pm
Everything you learn at UNSW, both inside and outside the classroom, is designed to prepare you for a workforce that is ever-changing. Find out how you can gain first-hand experience throughout your degree and enhance your employability through our range of Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities, internships and placements. Our Student Academic and Career Success (SACS) team equally have you covered when it comes to career development, with a range of support services available for students including resume-writing and interview skills workshops, careers expos to connect you with leading employers, and employability experiences both within Australia and globally.
Scholarships at UNSW | 6 - 6:30pm
At UNSW there are more than $83 million in scholarships awarded annually. Learn how UNSW scholarships can help provide financial support so you can make the most of your time as a student. With a wide range of scholarships on offer, including academic, equity, exchange, rural, Indigenous and sporting scholarships, find out how to apply and get an insight into what makes a good scholarship application.
The UNSW Co-op Scholarship Program | 6:30 - 7pm
The UNSW Co-op Program offers students unique opportunities to learn and grow. Co-op scholars experience their chosen career through a series of REAL Industry Training (IT) placements and networking events over the course of their degree, with a scholarship of $19,600 p.a. for four years*, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. From leadership training and professional development opportunities, to alumni mentoring and a strong professional and social network, the Co-op Program is so much more than just financial support. Join us to find out if Co-op’s unparalleled opportunities are right for you.
*Some Engineering and Science Co-op Programs are 5 years. Scholars in these streams may apply for a potential 5th year Honours scholarship.
Getting into UNSW: Admissions and Alternative Pathways | 6 - 6:30pm
Join us to find out how to apply to UNSW, including the wide range of adjustment factor schemes and alternative pathways on offer. We’ll explain how Guaranteed Entry selection ranks work, what assumed knowledge means, take a look at adjustment factor schemes including HSC Plus and our Elite Athletes, Performers and Leaders Scheme, and explore many of the diverse pathways students take to get to their dream degree.
The UNSW Gateway Program and Early Conditional Offer Scheme | 6:30 - 7pm
Discover UNSW Gateway, an early conditional offer program and pathway to UNSW for students in Years 11 & 12 from Gateway partner schools across NSW. Participants are supported with HSC revision support, mentoring and information about how to make a successful application to UNSW. Early conditional offers are determined in August and October, so that applicants know the adjusted ATAR they need to secure a place in their preferred degree.