We are committed to making UNSW Sydney accessible to everyone.
The aim of an accessible website is to be understood by everyone regardless of any disability they may have, or the browser or assistive technology they may be using. The goal is to provide, as far as possible, the same experience to everyone.
The UNSW corporate website has been developed according to the UNSW Websites Accessibility Guidelines. These guidelines are based on those produced by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), accepted worldwide as the standard. The aim is to be fully compliant with Priority Levels One, Two and, where appropriate, Level Three of the W3C Guidelines. Additionally, all documents in Adobe PDF format are, wherever possible, in an accessible format provided that the user has installed Adobe Acrobat Reader version 5.00 or above and a PDF compatible screen reader. If you encounter any problems accessing any part of the site, please contact the webmaster. We cannot, though, be responsible for material that is not part of the UNSW corporate website.
Everything you need to know about our events and meetings, including venues and services, FAQs, Auslan interpretation, and the UNSW Disability Inclusion Action Plan.
Please refer to the venue access information when planning your event. This includes information on getting to UNSW, parking, maps, alternative arrivals, seating and bathrooms.
Visit the Human Resources site for information on safety and wellbeing, workplace diversity, talent acquisition, employee relations, and more.
Download a range of easy-to-use templates featuring the UNSW brand. You'll also find a portfolio of UNSW photography, typography, logos and other resources.
We strive to ensure our built, digital and communicative environments are accessible for all. Read our action plan to guide our efforts in diversity and inclusion.
UNSW aims to provide a study environment that fosters fairness, equity, and respect for social and cultural diversity as well as providing a place to study free from harassment and discrimination, and one in which all students are encouraged to work towards their maximum potential.
Equitable Learning Services provides services to students in all matters of equity. For more information and guidance on support and facilities for students with disabilities please visit Equitable Learning Services.
All matters relating to staff with a disability should be referred to Human Resources.
Telephone: +61 2 8374 9201