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  • Offerings in 2024: Registration for Winter 2024 intake is now open and will close on Friday 9 August 2024. The online course materials is available upon registration. Optional in-person tutorial classes from Wednesday 14 August – Friday 28 August. Live online tutorial option may be available, depending on need and demand. More information will be posted on the Open Learning website closer the commencement of the tutorial class. It is recommended that students aim to complete as much of the online material as they can before the tutorial classes start. The timetable can be found here.

    The Mathematics Bridging Course aims to teach relevant topics of the HSC Mathematics Extension 1 subject, including:

    • Revision of algebra
    • Functions
    • Trigonometric identities and inverse trigonometric functions
    • Calculus
    • Induction
    • Combinatorics and Binomial Theorem
    • Further calculus, including integration leading to inverse trigonometric functions
    • Newton’s method
    • Application of calculus to the physical world

    Your performance in the Mathematics Bridging Course exam may mean you are properly prepared for entry directly into MATH1131: Mathematics 1A which is a compulsory course in all engineering, mathematics and many science-based degrees at UNSW.

    The Mathematics Bridging Course will run before Term 1 (February), Term 2 (May) and Term 3 (September) each year (approximately 1 month prior to the start of Term). For further information on enrolment please go to this website.

  • Would increasing your knowledge of maths help you to get the most out of your uni course? Do you want to excel at university but don’t have the necessary HSC maths background?

    This program will be delivered in partnership with UNSW Sydney and covers the contents of the HSC 2 unit Mathematics course. It is suitable for students who want to improve their knowledge in mathematics or are having difficulty with mathematics in their first year of their chosen university course.

    Topics covered include Basic Algebra, Equations, Functions and Trigonometry, Log Functions and Limit, Rules for Differentiation, and Integration.

    For more information email Vaughn Keena, phone 131 601 or refer to TAFE NSW website - see link below. The next offering will commence on 5th July and finish on 12th August. Enrolment will open from 20th May.

    Enrolment via TAFE NSW website.

    Course Code 800-000548A 

  • The UNSW Student Ambassador Program is aimed at current university students who have a passion for UNSW and would like to share their knowledge, enthusiasm and experiences with prospective students, parents and teachers. 

    The Student Ambassador Program is open to both domestic and international undergraduate students.  

    2024 Student Ambassador Applications are now open until Sunday 5th November 2023, 11:59 PM.

    For more information, please refer to https://internal-careers.jobs.unsw.edu.au/ci/en/job/507246/future-student-recruitment-student-ambassador.

  • The Science Teaching and Quality Committee (STAQC) is responsible for the detailed examination of academic quality, academic Programs and Courses, operational decisions around teaching, and makes approvals, endorsements and/or recommendations on academic offerings which are reported to Faculty Board.
    STAQC is currently seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for a Student Representative member to join the Committee. This student will provide valuable insight into discussions which shape the educational experience for all students within Faculty of Science Programs and Courses.

    All Students in a Science UG program or PG Coursework program are eligible to apply, and application will close on 7 July 2024.

    For more information on the role and how to apply, please refer to here.