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University of New South Wales
Study Abroad at the University of New South Wales
Facts and Highlights about the University of New South Wales
>> Ranked No. 45 in the world in the 2019 QS World University Rankings
>> Ranked 37th in the world for academic reputation in the 2019 QS World University Rankings
>> One of the founding members of the Group of Eight
The University of New South Wales, founded in 1949, is an Australian public research university located in Sydney. It is not only renowned for its academic reputation but also for its graduate employability. It’s ranked 36th in the world for graduate employability according to QS Global World Rankings 2018. UNSW is also the 23rd most international university in the world (Times Higher Education 2018). Students are given an opportunity to choose from more than 300 clubs and societies. Please be prepared for making lifelong friends from all over the world.
As the largest city in Australia, Sydney has never failed to give you the best studying and living experience. It ranked 13th best student city in the world in the QS Best Student Cities Index 2017. With world-famous beaches and landmarks, Sydney is an ideal city where you can expand your academic experience while at the same time enjoy a wide range of entertaining activities.
Features of Study Abroad Program at the University of New South Wales
>> An opportunity to study at a world leading university in one of the world's most multicultural cities
>> More than 300 student-led clubs and social societies to choose from
Study Abroad Programs
Students can choose two types of courses: English Language Courses or UNSW Study Abroad program.
English Language Courses
Two types of courses to choose:
English for Law
Essential English helps students to build the basic English skills for academic, social and work situations. It focuses on written accuracy and spoken fluency.
Career English helps students to express and communicate confidently in future workplaces.
English for Law is perfect for students who study in the legal field and would like to improve their English skills.
Full Semester, 2019: 9 September – 12 December
Summer Session, 2019: 8 July – 2 August, 5 August – 30 August
More information on academic requirements please visit:
Study Abroad Program
UNSW offers a width breadth of courses for study abroad program across eight faculties such as Art & Design,Business, Engineering etc.
More information on subjects and classes, please visit:
2019 Semester: 19 August – 15 September
6.5 overall and a minimum of 6.0 in L/R/S/W
TOEFL (iBT) 90 (W23, L/R/S 22)