University of New South Wales Admissions

The University of New South Wales is a public university established in 1949 and is primarily located in Kensington, being situated not far from the center of Sydney, Australia. The university provides education to 50,516 graduate and undergraduate students and is home to 5,300 administrative and academic staff. NSW is most notable for its academics in Engineering, Economics, Science, Commerce, Medicine, Combined Law, and Arts.

Official website: www.unsw.edu.au

Admission To-Do List

  • English test results
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Research proposals
  • Grading systems
  • Testamurs
  • Transcripts
  • Statement of purpose
  • Personal Statement
  • Test scores
  • Portfolio
  • Résumé
  • Work experience

Samples

Writing Supplement:
PERSONAL STATEMENT Why do you want to study the UNSW Preparation Program 17-19 at UNSW? (1500 character maximum. Why do you think you would succeed in your study at UNSW? (2300 character maximum) See more

Application Deadlines

November 30
Semester 1, undergraduate
May 30
Semester 2, undergraduate
February 28
Semester 1, graduate
May 31
Semester 2, graduate

Famous Graduates

Simon Paul Poidevin

Australian rugby player

Geoffrey Lawson

former Australian cricketer

Advice on Personal Statement for University of New South Wales Admissions

The University of New South Wales personal statement is written in three sections. The first section has a 1,500 character minimum. The purpose of this section is for the applicant to explain why they want to study at the University of New South Wales. The second section has a 2,300 character minimum and should discuss why the applicant feels they will succeed in their studies at the University of New South Wales. The third and last section has a 500 character minimum and is the applicant's chance of including any other information they would like the committee to know.