International Open Day

Be the first to receive an invite for our next flagship event

Students walking outside the Red Center, UNSW Kensignton.

Don’t miss our next International Open Day

Be the first to receive an invite to the next flagship event.

International Open Day is the perfect opportunity to chat directly with UNSW students and academics. Receive expert advice, watch exclusive content, and take a virtual tour of our vibrant campuses.

Subscribe to receive an invite when the next event date is confirmed. You will also receive stories from our students and alumni, study updates and invites to other relevant events.

Why register for International Open Day?

  • UNSW is a global top 50 university

    Ranked 43rd in the QS University Global Rankings, 2021

  • Our graduates are among most employable

    Ranked 27th in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings, 2020

  • We have 6 of the world's top 20 subjects

    QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2021

What you can access on the day

  • Live Sessions

    Watch our academics and students share information on our world-class degrees

  • Advisory booths

    Get personalised advice and answers to commonly asked questions

  • Videos on demand

    Watch stories from our successful alumni, student projects and much more

Hear about our next Open Day

Subscribe to receive an invite when the next event date is confirmed. Plus, you will receive degree information, scholarships, and other relevant events.

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Acknowledgement of Country

UNSW is located on the unceded territory of the Bedegal (Kensington campus), Gadigal (City and Paddington campuses) and Ngunnawal peoples (Canberra) who are the Traditional Owners of the lands where each campus of UNSW is situated.

UNSW would like to show our respects and acknowledge the Bedegal, Gadigal and Ngunnawal people who are the Traditional Custodians of the Land on which this digital event is taking place, and to Elders past and present.