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  • Please find attached the Term 2 2022 final exam timetable.

    Please consult your Moodle page for an announcement on the exam time and duration.  Allow your Moodle Announcement to be updated by the mid week (week 10).  Otherwise, please email your Course Authority directly for advice.   

  • Offerings in 2022: Registration for Term 2 is now open and will close on Friday 6th May 2022. Online course opens from 14th March for self-study. Optional live classes from Monday 9th May to Friday 27th May (Fully Online).  

    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 futher 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 Asha Swarup, phone 02 9217 5366 or refer to the Essential Maths for Higher Education course information here. The next online course commences Friday 2nd September 2022 and finishes on Monday 17th October 2022.

    Registration opens from 1st August via TAFE Registration Form

    Course Code 800-000548 

  • An Information session for the Honours program will be on Thursday 7th October 2021 from 10am to 11.30am online.  

    Please refer to the Flyer here and below for entry requirements. 

    Entry requirements

    To be admitted into the Bachelor Actuarial Studies (Honours) program, a student must have completed a pass degree, normally the Bachelor of Actuarial Studies degree or equivalent. A student in a dual degree may gain entry to the Bachelor Actuarial Studies (Honours) prior to completing the requirements for the dual degree program if they have completed 144 UOC including all requirements for the relevant major. Students who have completed a non-business degree with a major in one of the specified business areas, or a specified cognate area, may be eligible to complete honours within this program.

    In addition to the above requirements set by the UNSW Business School for enrolment in the program, the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies expects applicants to:

    • Be eligible for exemption from all *Part I courses from the Actuaries Institute;
    • Have a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 80 in all core actuarial courses (the core courses are the ones that are considered for the purpose of exemption from the Part I examinations of the Actuaries Institute) in the degree in which they are currently enrolled;
    • Have a weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 80 in the degree in which they are currently enrolled.

    Students who have failed a course within their pass degree will not gain entry to the Bachelor of Actuarial Studies (Honours) program.

    The availability and willingness of a supervisor to work with the candidate is another important criterion for successful admission to the program. The number of students accepted to the Bachelor of Actuarial Studies (Honours) program is dependent on the availability of supervisors in the school. If there are more applicants than the school can accommodate, admission will be determined according to students' academic merit. Hence meeting the academic requirements of the program does not guarantee a place in the program. Mid-year entry is not permitted.

    *NB: Exemptions are usually granted for Foundation Program (Part I) courses when you have achieved Credit or above in the average of the corresponding UNSW courses. " The corresponding course(s) per each subject can be found in the table on this website: