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UNSW sets May 31 as closing date for Sem 2 applications
IBNS | 17 May 2018
UNSW sets May 31 as closing date for Sem 2 applications
New Delhi, May 16 (IBNS): The University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, ranked 45 on the QS University World Rankings 2018, is all set to close admissions for its programs for Semester Two, 2018. The last date to secure admission is May 31, 2018.

UNSW offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in Information Technology, Art and Design, Engineering, Science, Law, Art and Social Sciences, Business, Environment Studies, and Medicine, to name a few.
 
UNSW’s Engineering program is ranked Number One in Australia, and its Business program among the top 10 globally. The University ranks 26th in the world in employer reputation.
 
For students from India, it has launched the ‘Future of Change’ awards. The award, for meritorious Under Graduate and Post Graduate students, comprises one full year of tuition fee scholarship, and ten AUD 10,000 per annum tuition fees scholarships. Besides, there are 50 tuition fee awards of AUD 5,000 for one year exclusively for Post Graduate students.
 
Mr Amit Dasgupta, India Country Director, UNSW Sydney, said: “UNSW Sydney possesses a unique expertise in science, social sciences, engineering, built environment and medicine, professional fields like law and business, and more creative subject areas like performing arts, spatial design, and humanities. UNSW prepares future-ready students, arming them with the academics and skills they need to excel globally, while discovering new ways of learning.”
 
UNSW offers more than 400 courses to choose from, including 296 Postgraduate degrees that cover several established traditional fields of study, as well as a host of innovative emerging fields.
 
UNSW’s robust and long-standing collaborations and relationships with top companies across industries help maximise employability and student placements. Assisted by professionals and industry veterans, programs focus on teaching students the application of research in the world beyond academia, and involve several, specially designed training and industry experience modules to enhance their skills and talents. Its research programs help develop their fundamental research skills, and prepare them for a career that is in line with their passion and skill set.
 
The eligibility criteria for a Post Graduate degree at UNSW differ from course to course. Candidates are required to have completed their undergraduate studies at a recognised university or institution with a proficiency in the English language.

Students applying for an Undergraduate degree need to meet the course eligibility criteria detailed on the UNSW UG Guide (weblink: http://www.international.unsw.edu.au/student-guide).