Walking through the glossy halls of the ground floor of the UNSW Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (aka the C2CQT), we were instantly intimidated by the gravity of the research taking place there. Through clean glass windows and doors lined by pristine white walls, we could see large pieces of complex metal machinery […]Read more "Summer research students have an atomic blast"
Internal Transfer to Optometry for Vision Science Students (programs 3970 & 3972 only) Assessment for entry into these places to commence Year 2 of the BOptom/BSc will be based on ATAR or equivalent (to be competitive this would need to be at least 90.00), performance in first year UNSW subjects and Undergraduate Medicine and Health […]Read more "Optometry & Vision Science"
Textbooks, readers and reading material lists for each school (Chemistry, Physics, Maths & Statistics, BABS, Biology, Psychology, Aviation and Optometry & Vision Sciences)Read more "School information for first year textbook lists"
Do you know what your course textlist means? Did you know that there are alternatives to purchasing new textbooks?Read more "Textlists, textbooks and course notes"
Chances are you will need to contact somebody at UNSW for help, advice or assistance at some point during your time here. In addition to the services provided by UNSW Student Central, you can contact either the Science Student Centre (SSC) or your Science School Office for the following: Science Student Centre (SSC) Enrolment (Academic […]Read more "Handy Hints from the SSC"
Top 4 things you need to know about the Library in your first 4 weeks… 1. Your Student card is your library card Your student card acts as your library card. It’s your key to borrowing, either in the Help Zone or the self-check machines, and photocopying too. You will also need your zPass to […]Read more "UNSW Library"