Student Resources

Students at UNSW Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering have a variety of resources, guides and systems available to them. Browse the areas below to find the forms, instructions, or information you need to succeed.

UNSW Engineering Student Resources

Whether you’re an undergraduate or postgraduate student, you can access enrolment rules, key contacts, and handy online forms. Navigate Moodle and the intranet to equip yourself with the information you need for your study program.

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myUNSW is our one-stop solution for your student resource needs. Get access to timetable and exam dates, fee information, help with IT and links to important student services and forms. Log in and catch up on university updates, current campus news and faculty notices related to your study and social activities.

Download your undergraduate or postgraduate timetables simply and easily using our online database. You can find exam schedules and locations, as well as key dates related to your enrolment, fees and results. Save time and search by subject area to get the information you need at your fingertips.

Never miss another awesome event or important deadline. Our key dates tool allows you to search for crucial dates related to teaching periods, our academic calendar, and exams. You can also find helpful explanations, links to resources and browse past dates to get comprehensive support for your study.

To graduate from an accredited engineering program at UNSW, you must complete a minimum of 60 days approved industrial training. At UNSW this is known as a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) experience. This real-world experience combined with our high-quality teaching program will help you to kickstart your career.

Humanitarian engineering is the application of engineering to meet the needs of communities in low and middle-income countries, as well as marginalised or remote parts of Australia. Explore our humanitarian engineering courses and projects to see how you can get involved.