15 - 17 Jun
9:00am - 4:00pm
Postgrad Info Week
Are you considering postgraduate study? Join us for Postgrad Info Week (Tuesday, 15 - Thursday, 17 June) where you’ll have the opportunity to chat to an expert advisor over a free barista coffee and find out where further study could take you. Info Hub - 9am - 4pm at the Roundhouse, Kensington Campus (drop in anytime) Come have a chat with one of our expert advisors over a free barista coffee and find out everything you need to know about the huge range of postgraduate study options at UNSW. We’ll talk you through entry requirements, how to apply, and can even put you in touch with the faculty program convenor to answer specific questions. Lunchtime Postgraduate Faculty Info Sessions (register to book your spot) Already have a particular postgraduate degree or field of study in mind? Join our academic program experts for a deep dive into our programs to have your questions answered. With over 40 different information sessions running throughout the week, there’s something for everyone - view the schedule here to find the session best suited to you. Can't make it to campus? Register now and select an 'online' ticket. We'll be in touch in lead up to the week with the session's livestream joining links.
15 - 17 Jun
6:00pm - 7:00pm
UNSW’s Degrees & Scholarships Information Evenings
This event shares what you need to know about applying for a UNSW degree as a Year 12 student. Registrations are now open to Year 12s and parents for UNSW’s Degrees & Scholarships Information Evenings. Join us at our Kensington campus as we cover everything to know about finding the right degree for you at UNSW. Event dates: Tuesday,15 June Thursday, 17 June Please select the date that best suits you. Parents are welcome to join us on the evening and will need to book separate tickets. Why you should attend: Get critical info on UAC, scholarships, admission and degrees. The fun stuff won’t be missed, so you can start imagining uni student life. We’ll keep it focused, you’ll just hear what’s important to know. Current students will share their stories of transitioning from high school to uni, to give you a better idea of what to expect when you start. Who you will hear from: Experts from the Universities Admission Centre (UAC) will provide you with a guide for university entry, key dates and top tips to be aware of. UNSW teams will give you the full picture of university study – starting with finding and getting into your dream degree, and exploring the important student services that will shape your experience while you study. Hear from: UAC Admissions Scholarships Student Careers & Success UNSW’s student association, Arc Student Accommodation Gateway; and EAPL (Elite Athletes, Performers and Leaders Program) Get your questions answered. Our friendly Student Ambassadors and staff can answer your questions before and after the event. On both evenings, you are invited to stay back from 7:05pm until 7:50pm for the optional Accommodation, Gateway and EAPL (Elite Athletes, Performers and Leaders Program) expo upstairs. Don’t live in Sydney or not in Year 12*? Join us online on Wednesday, 16 June. For those who are regional and interstate, there’s a dedicated online Year 12 Degrees & Scholarships Information Evening on Wednesday, 16 June (6pm-7pm) to help prepare you for studying in Sydney, covering what you need to know when applying for your dream degree. Register here. *Please note that any tickets for non-Year 12 students who register for the on-campus events will be cancelled. Register for the livestreamed event instead to ensure you don't miss out. COVID-19 Guidelines In order to ensure a COVID-safe event, if you have been to Victoria or any of the NSW hotspots since Wednesday, 12 May 2021, you will not be able to attend this event. Please register for an online ticket. This is a COVID-safe event. All attendees are required to read and adhere to the COVID-19 health and safety guidelines outlined by NSW Health and on the UNSW COVID-19 website, and have viewed the UNSW Safe Return to Campus training module. You will need to check-in on arrival via QR code. If you are from any health vulnerable groups we encourage you to reconsider your attendance at this event and instead attend our range of future student events later in the year.
6:00pm - 7:00pm
UNSW’s Regional & Interstate Degrees & Scholarships Online Information Evening
This online event shares what you need to know about applying for a UNSW degree as a Year 12 student from regional New South Wales or interstate. Registrations are now open for UNSW’s Regional & Interstate Degrees & Scholarships Information Evening. Join us on our livestream as we cover everything to know about finding the right degree for you at UNSW. Why you should attend: Get critical info on UAC, scholarships, admission and degrees. The fun stuff won’t be missed, so you can start imagining uni student life. We’ll keep it focused, you’ll just hear what’s important to know. Current students will share their stories of transitioning from high school to uni, to give you a better idea of what to expect when you start. Who you will hear from: Experts from the Universities Admission Centre (UAC) will provide you with a guide for university entry, key dates and top tips to be aware of. UNSW teams will give you the full picture of university study – starting with finding and getting into your dream degree, and exploring the important student services that will shape your experience while you study. Hear from: UAC Admissions Scholarships Student Careers & Success UNSW’s student association, Arc Student Accommodation Gateway; and EAPL (Elite Athletes, Performers and Leaders Program) Parents are welcome to join us on the evening and will need to book separate tickets. We look forward to connecting with you online!
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Legal Hour | Law vs Big Tech
UNSW Law & Justice invites you to join this dynamic panel discussion on the topic of Law vs Big Tech. Our esteemed panellists will discuss laws that should apply to big tech and big tech’s willingness to comply. The conversation will focus on a broad variety of recent incidents and emerging issues, from misleading conduct to calls for greater regulation. Legal Hour offers you the opportunity to meet and connect with fellow graduates and colleagues and to hear from leaders in their field. This event is particularly significant, taking place in our Faculty’s 50th Anniversary year and being our first face to face event for Law & Justice alumni since the end of 2019! (Please note that a recording of this event will be made available for those not wishing, or unable. to join us in person). Joining the conversation: Professor Lyria Bennett Moses (BSc LLB 1999), Director of the Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation and a Professor at UNSW Law & Justice Valeska Bloch (BA LLB 2007, LLM 2010), Technology, Media, Telecommunications and Data Partner at Allens Shoshana Shields, Director of Legal for Google Australia and New Zealand Dr Katharine Kemp (PhD 2016), Senior Lecturer at UNSW Law & Justice and expert in data privacy and competition law If you are unable to attend the live event you can register to receive the recording link following the event. Hosted by:
2:30pm - 6:30pm
UNSW 2021 International Open Day
Our International Open Day is the perfect opportunity to ask us everything you want to know about life and study in Sydney at one of the top 50 universities in the world. Featuring some of our most inspiring students and academics you will discover how UNSW Sydney can set you up for career success. We've prepared a line-up of exciting sessions throughout the day. Discover how UNSW makes you employable, see what it's really like to study at global Top 50 university and watch as our academics answer the tough questions. View the full schedule here. Explore Chat to our students about life in Sydney, one of the most liveable cities in the world, and find out what it’s really like to study at a global top 50 university. Discover Learn more about the important stuff – scholarships to make your journey easier, career services to enhance your employability, plus internship and entrepreneurship opportunities to give you the edge when you graduate. Connect Join group chats or speak directly with faculty representatives and admission experts for personalised advice on your degree of choice. With some of the most employable graduates in the world, UNSW is where you can turn your ambition into career success. Join the 1,000’s of student who refuse to put their plans on hold – register now for our International Open Day on Saturday 3 July and start your future today!
06 - 07 Jul
6:30pm - 7:45pm
How can we thrive in the 21st century?
We have begun the 21st century hurtling full speed towards a future that feels deeply uncertain. One of global pandemics, climate emergencies, and deeply divided politics. It’s easy to feel the odds are stacked against us. So as we confront massive disruptions in our environment, in technology and in the world in which we live, what can we do to equip ourselves to face the future and thrive in the 21st century? Across two evenings of short talks, discover the science behind quantum computing, the secret to unlocking the brain, the dark side of renewables, and how weeds could save the world, as UNSW brightest minds challenge us to think about how we might not just survive, but thrive in this time of uncertainty. To uncover each evening's topics and speakers explore the below events! Register Now
6:00pm - 6:45pm
LIVESTREAM 2021 UNSW PLT Information Evening
Are you considering your next steps towards legal practice? Find out how UNSW’s PLT can set you apart from the pack. UNSW’s PLT program is the Graduate Diploma in Legal Professional Practice (GDLPP). Our distinctive and practice-ready program is innovatively designed to ensure our graduates are among some of the most sought after in the profession. As a student, you'll learn from both leading academics and practitioners, preparing you to launch your legal career with confidence. By studying your PLT at UNSW Law & Justice, you'll be learning from a law faculty that has been a leader in progressive and rigorous legal education and research for the last 50 years. UNSW Law & Justice is the 13th ranked law faculty globally, and the highest ranked law faculty in Sydney*. Join us for our online PLT Information Evening where you will hear from our academic staff and alumni, and have your questions about UNSW’s PLT answered. *QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2021
10:00am - 4:00pm
UNSW Open Day
Get excited because we're back on campus! Prepare for your future and search for what inspires at UNSW Open Day, 2021. Open Day is your chance to explore what UNSW has to offer across every area of study and discover the opportunities that will shape your future. Join information sessions covering degrees, entry and admissions, connect for 1-on-1 conversations with educators and current students and get a taste of UNSW life. To be the first in the know, register your interest and keep an eye on your inbox. In the lead up to the day you will receive information on what to expect and details on how to register and attend.