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The Nucleus: Student Hub and Faculty Student Support now has one contact number

Published: 30 Sep 2020

The Nucleus: Student Hub and Faculty Student Support can now be contacted on this one phone number +61 (2) 8936 7005.

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Global Remote Internship in January 2021

Published: 29 Sep 2020

Delivery Mode: Virtual / Online

Program Type:  Internships

Program Dates:  11 January – 19 February 2021 (6 weeks)

Summary: Global Remote Internships provide students with the unique opportunity to gain practical 21st century skills, industry, connections, and international business experience through project-based learning in a remote setting in a wide variety of locations around the world.

UNSW Application Deadline: 18 October 2020

Microsoft outage resolved

Published: 29 Sep 2020

Students and staff may have been unable to log in to Moodle and any web-based Office 365 applications, including Outlook, Teams and myUNSW.

All Microsoft services should now be available.

IT service status updates

FDSM Virtual International Class 2020 at Fudan University, School of Management

Published: 25 Sep 2020

Delivery Mode: Virtual / Online

Program Type: Short Course

Program Dates: 19 October – 6 November 2020

Summary: The three-week intensive course program FDSM International Class 2020  hosted by the School of Management, Fudan University, provides high-quality English-taught courses covering various fields for students from all over the world and is dedicated to promoting international academic exchange and cooperation.

UNSW Application Deadline: 30 September 2020

Ready to unleash your inner entrepreneur?

Published: 25 Sep 2020

Summer break just took on a whole new level of creativity with the launch a new GenEd course GENE1500 Creative Entrepreneurship (6 units of credit) for undergraduates.

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Drexel University - Virtual Global Exchange Series (VGES) event

Published: 24 Sep 2020

Delivery Mode: Virtual / Online

Program Type: Free Virtual Lecture Series 

Start Date:  30 September 2020 at 9:15am Eastern Standard Time

Summary:  The Drexel University Global Engagement Office is pleased to launch a series of virtual lectures for students to join to continue to promote global collaboration. Each session will have a specific global theme.

 

Student Scam Warning

Published: 23 Sep 2020

UNSW has been made aware that scammers are attempting to take money from students in a new elaborate phone scam.  

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Join the Physics Walking Challenge

Published: 23 Sep 2020

The Physics Walking Challenge is open to all Physics students and staff. It is a free 4-week walking challenge from Monday 5 October to Monday 2 November.

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Register for the AAD ANNUAL Graduate Exhibition

Published: 23 Sep 2020

Is this your year to be a part of the widely anticipated A&D ANNUAL Graduate Exhibition? Registration is now open, don't miss out!

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Calling all Art & Design graduating students!

Published: 23 Sep 2020

Is this your year to be a part of the widely anticipated A&D ANNUAL Graduate Exhibition? Registration is now open, don't miss out!

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Access to free food through Food Hub!

Published: 21 Sep 2020

Arc's Food Hub is available to all UNSW students.

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Edified Energiser Grants 2020 | Applications open!

Published: 21 Sep 2020

Got an idea or compelling plan to improve education for your community? Edified are offering three grants worth $5000 each.

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Diversity Fest 2020

Published: 21 Sep 2020

Save the date for Diversity Fest 2020 | Meeting at the intersections | 26 - 30 October

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Become a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) member for free

Published: 18 Sep 2020

RICS accredits the UNSW Bachelor of Construction Management and Property (and Honours), the Master of Construction Project Management and Master of Property & Development programs.

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Message from the Dean | Inside BE September 2020

Published: 18 Sep 2020

Inside BE | September 2020

A message from Professor Helen Lochhead, Dean of Built Environment.

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