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With evolving global water needs, our future water specialists must have the world-leading education and training opportunities in these critical areas. UNSW Sydney ranks among the top 50 universities globally, with more than 65,000 students and a research community of over 6,000. UNSW consistently ranks within the top 10 in the world for water* and has strong links and partnerships with government and industry — both here and overseas.
Over 160 PhD candidates
Ranked within the top 10 in the world for water
Wide range of undergraduate courses

Undergraduate opportunities

Water at UNSW is taught as a cross-cutting discipline, through a wide range of undergraduate courses embedded in the faculties of Arts, Design & Architecture, Engineering, Law & Justice, Medicine & Health, Science and the Business School.

These courses relate to:

  • Civil engineering

  • Chemical engineering

  • Humanitarian engineering 

  • Biological, earth and environmental sciences

  • Environmental law

  • Sustainability and social impact

  • Built environment 

  • Population health 

Don’t find exactly what you’re looking for? Contact us to discuss other education opportunities.

Postgraduate opportunities

UNSW-GWI offers a world-leading PhD program to educate and mentor early career water professionals. Our PhD program currently boasts over 160 PhD candidates and opportunities are always available. If you are interested in joining our international network of world class water researchers, please contact us for more information. 

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