University of New South Wales, Sydney
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) was founded in 1949 as an open research university with the goal of meeting the new demands of developing technology. It was once known as the New South Wales University of Technology. Notably, the institution was granted statutory status by the New South Wales Parliament in Sydney in 1949. Today, the University of New South Wales provides a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses to international students across its nine faculties. It provides 142 undergraduate and 284 graduate courses. Popular courses at UNSW include business, engineering, law, medicine, arts, and engineering.

Cost of attendance

The average annual cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs is 2,496,975 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for Post Graduate Programs is roughly 2,475,918 INR / Year for overseas students. The amount may vary depending on the course chosen, the type of lodging, and the candidate's personal spending habits.


Students at the University of New South Wales have on-campus and off-campus housing options. There are 11 residential colleges and four residential halls, as well as four apartment towers for overseas students. On-campus housing costs between $A575 and $A755. A single student should expect to pay between 480 and 1760 AUD per month for off-campus living.

Acceptance rate

With approximately 64,000 students from 130 countries, the institute is one of the most sought-after options for higher education in Australia. The University of New South Wales has the lowest acceptance rate (30%).


The University of New South Wales has three campuses: UNSW Sydney in Kensington, UNSW Art and Design in Paddington, and UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defense Force Academy. The main campus is 38 hectares and is located seven kilometres from Sydney Centre. Its Fitness and Aquatic Centre serves as a recreation facility for fitness and sports enthusiasts. The membership fee paid to the centre is utilised to organise youth and community events. For academic and research purposes, the UNSW Library displays e-journals, databases, digital collections, course resources, and so forth. Students can also reserve rooms in the library block based on their needs. On campus, there are numerous student organisations such as Roundhouse, Religious Centre, Sports and Recreation, and others.


We hold two of the world's leading business school accreditations: AACSB and EQUIS. These are complemented by accreditations from recognised professional bodies. 

Jobs and Placement

As a business, you can benefit from the Diploma of Professional Practice (DPP) work placement programme by bringing a UNSW student's enthusiasm, energy, and entrepreneurial spirit to your team. At the same time, create opportunities for recent graduates to learn new job skills. With a median pay of $110,000, UNSW has the highest postgraduate median wage in Australia. Much higher than the $89,000 university average. Accenture, Barclays Capital, American Express, Deloitte, and Dell are among the top recruiting firms at the university.

QS Ranking

QS World University Rankings 2021 ranks UNSW #44

The Ranking

Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranks UNSW #67

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