We have a range of resources available to undergraduate and postgraduate Chemical Engineering students. These include enrolment information, industrial training processes and admin details you may need while studying. If there’s anything you can’t find here, please contact us and we’ll do what we can to help.

UNSW Engineering Student Resources 

Explore our range of student resources and services, including access enrolment rules, key contacts and handy online forms. Navigate Moodle and the intranet to equip yourself with the information you need about your study program.   

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Our industrial training program provides access to authentic, purposeful, partnered, supervised and assessed learning opportunities. This Work Integrated Learning (WIL) connects you directly with industry and community partners, for hands-on practical experience. 

The single online access point for UNSW services. myUNSW integrates online services and administrative information to support you across your entire relationship with us, from application to graduation.

Find out how to get started on your thesis journey and where to get further advice and information. This includes which courses to take and when, as well as how to find a thesis topic and supervisor. 

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.

As part of our ChallENG program, Humanitarian Engineering works to provide disadvantaged people and communities with engineering solutions that improve lives and livelihoods. These include essential services such as food, water, shelter, energy and information where they are unavailable, in Australia and overseas.