Join us for a virtual information session at 12.30 PM AET on Thursday, the 24th of February to learn about the exciting nuclear engineering program at UNSW Sydney, which is currently expanding and providing scholarships enabled by recent donations and funding.

The UNSW Masters of Engineering Science in Nuclear Engineering gives you knowledge about the nuclear properties of matter and materials, and how to apply this to the industries of today and the technologies of the future. As a nuclear engineer, you will learn to understand and harness these innate properties of the universe, to impact real-world, large-scale disciplines as diverse as energy, scientific research, engineering design, and manufacturing.

UNSW Sydney offers Australia’s only combined education and research program in nuclear engineering. Together with our students, postdoctoral researchers, and industry partners, we advance the cutting edge of nuclear science and technology in fission, fusion and non-energy applications of nuclear technology, such as nuclear medicine and aerospace. Our engagement with key international forums involves all of our students on the big questions surrounding nuclear technology in Australia and the world.

The Sir William Tyree Foundation has donated nearly $1 million to support UNSW’s expanding nuclear engineering program and foster the skills in Australia for using future technology. The funding will support scholarships to obtain a master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering from UNSW’s School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, along with top-up scholarships and research expenses for research students.

During this virtual information session, you will hear from nuclear experts, professors, researchers, and alumni about the program and have the opportunity to ask any questions. You can register for the event using the following link: The Zoom link will be provided closer to the event.