Online Orientation for Science Students

Video of Faculty Welcome Event

 

Welcome message from the Dean

 

Introduction to University Series

Here's a video series that covers all of the basics new science students need to know. This was prepared for new students starting last term, but Term 3 2020 starters need to know the same stuff! We hope it will help you settle into university.

This 3-part series will introduce new undergraduate science students to university:

Part 1: The Basics

Part 2: A New Language

Part 3: People and Places

 

Rankings and Reputation

UNSW Science has an outstanding global reputation for research excellence, innovation and teaching.

 

Join our Community

Did you know that we have over 10 science student societies that you can join?

Student Societies are a great way to connect with people from your degree, make new friends and access events like cruises, career nights, and more!

Check out the science student societies available.

Student Societies


And don't forget to join us on social media!

UNSW Science Facebook Instagram Twitter

Our Alumni

Our science alumni have done amazing things! Get inspired with these Alumni Spotlights.

Nicola Warton, Bachelor of Environmental Science

Tristan Dwyer, Bachelor of Advanced Science (Hons) (Physics)

Catherine Beehag, Bachelor of Science/Communications (Psychology)

Daniel Tan, Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology)

 

Our Researchers

UNSW is one of Australia's leading research universities. At UNSW Science, we cover a vast range of areas, from saving endangered native species to quantum computing. Check out these research highlights.

Saving the critically endangered mountain pygmy-possum

The world’s first e-waste micro-factory, School of Materials Science and Engineering

Fastest Silicon Spin (Quantum Computing), School of Physics

The Genetics of the Brain, School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences

 

 

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