Student life

Be connected to like-minded peers just as passionate as you are.

UNSW Students at Atomic Press Cafe, Kensington campus

Studying at the UNSW Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering offers more than just incredible learning experiences. When you undertake a degree program with us, you get access to societies, clubs, support services and scholarships. You’ll be connected to like-minded peers just as passionate as you are about Biomedical Engineering.  

The Biomedical Engineering Student Society (BESS) 

The Biomedical Engineering Student Society (BESS) provides social activities, mentoring and industry opportunities to enhance your student experience. If you’re studying a degree program in our school, you'll gain access to a vast network of researchers, academics, industry partners and more.  

Follow us on Facebook to see what we’re up to or email us for more information.  

Student resources 

Find all the information you need to have a productive and positive student experience. We’ve collated program outlines, timetables, key dates, workplace health and safety guides, and important enrolment information all in one place. Find avenues for support, useful resources and handy forms. 


Whether you’re at the top of the class or hustling hard to get your qualification, we recognise your efforts. At UNSW we’re proud to provide scholarships, prizes and awards to take the financial pressure off as you pursue your passion. Browse our scholarships to find the right one for you.
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Frequently asked questions

If you’re an undergraduate student curious about study workloads or a postgraduate student looking for industry connections, we’ve got you covered. Our FAQs will help you navigate submitting an application to finding a research supervisor.

Course outlines

Browse through brief descriptions of the coursework and research thesis courses we currently offer, including their units of credit (UoC) and when they are offered. Please note courses offered may vary, so you should always check when considering program changes.