The wait is almost over. Your ATAR results will be available on 15 December, and university life will soon be a reality. UNSW Info Day, on Saturday 16 December, is a great time to visit campus and map out the next stage of life.

UNSW’s Info Day provides you with the perfect opportunity to find out about degrees and options, says Director, Future Students and Marketing, Jonathon Strauss.

"And you can ask those last-minute questions about preferences ahead of the UAC December Round 2 deadline at midnight Sunday, 17 December," says Strauss.

"It’s a chance to explore the UNSW campus, meet our academics, talk to current students and make sure UNSW is the right fit for you."

And for students who are not 100% sure about what to study, help is at hand.

"The Advisory Centre should be your first stop at Info Day for information about everything from admission, degrees and dual degrees, to pathways, scholarships and bonus points," Strauss says.

Check out the Info Day website to find out what’s happening on the day. Info Day staff will have details about undergraduate degrees on offer at UNSW in 2018, and campus will be buzzing with tours and activities, so grab your friends and join the festivities.

Take a campus tour and, if you’re planning to live on campus, now is a good time to talk to accommodation providers. Talk to our Student Ambassadors – you will recognise them by their yellow shirts –  about what it’s really like to be a student at UNSW.

What: UNSW Info Day

When: Saturday, 16 December 2017

Where: Advisory Centre at the John Niland Scientia Building; Lecture program at Central Lecture Block, UNSW Kensington campus.

Free transport: Free buses from Eddy Ave at Central Station to campus and free shuttle buses between the Kensington and Paddington campuses will run throughout the day. The shuttle bus stops are located outside the Post Office [F22] on the Kensington campus and at the Greens Rd entrance to the Paddington campus.

Free parking is also available in the Gate 11, Gate 14 and Western Campus car parks. For drivers, please allow extra time for your journey due to light rail construction in the area.

For more information about getting to UNSW go here.

Accessibility: UNSW welcomes all visitors to the campus. Read about how our accessibility ambassadors are keeping the campus inclusive.

Plan your day:

If you have any questions about your degree options or Info Day please contact the UNSW Future Students office on 1300 UNI NSW (1300 864 679).