Explore chemistry courses, discover the experiences of our undergraduate and postgraduate students, find important contacts, and read about the chemistry teaching fellowship.
Wondering what life would be like as an undergraduate or postgraduate chemistry student? Some of our students share what they enjoy most about their program and the unique opportunities and pathways it's presented. You can also find all chemistry course information, locate key contacts for managing your degree and read about our annual teaching fellowship.
Find all the chemistry courses you can take, broken down by year. The courses page contains all the useful information you need such as course descriptions, handbook entries, units of credit and term offerings. You’ll also find honours and general education courses here.
If you’re considering a degree in chemistry, it helps to hear of other students’ experiences. Our undergraduate students share what led them to choose chemistry and what they enjoy most about studying at UNSW. Watch our video to get a real insight into life as a chemistry student.
Some PhD students share their journeys to becoming independent researchers. Discover the many reasons our postgraduate students love what they’re doing, including cutting-edge research projects, state-of-the-art facilities, a strong community and culture of free thinking.
Find details for important course contacts for undergraduate students, including teaching support officers, year coordinators and directors of teaching. You’ll also find links to web forms directed to the Science Student Centre for all general enquiries.
The chemistry teaching fellowship provides an opportunity for high school chemistry teachers to deliver first year tutorials at UNSW. During the fellowship, the teacher receives training, support and mentoring, and $5000 a year. Learn more about eligibility and how to apply.