Ready to begin your experience at a world top-50 university but don’t know where to start? With a range of world-renowned programs and courses, on campus in Sydney, in your home country or region or online, UNSW Global can help you find the right path for your goals and dreams.
Not everybody’s education goals are the same. For that reason, UNSW Global has developed different pathways that can help take you from where you are today to where you want to be. These pathways help you get the most out of your studies by helping you improve your English, prepare for Australian university learning and introducing you to some of the course material you will use.
You should consider a UNSW Global pathway if you are an international student and you:
The best UNSW Global pathway for you will depend on several factors, including your current academic and English language ability and your education goals. That’s why we have developed several pathways for international students, all of which use approved UNSW Sydney course material and are taught by experienced teachers.
Learn the same content as other First-Year UNSW Sydney students in this 12-month program. Upon successful completion you’ll earn direct entry into Second Year in your Architecture, Business, Computer Science, Engineering, Media & Communications, or Science degree.
Foundation Studies offers four programs, Transition, Standard, Plus and Extended, which are tailored to different abilities and move at a pace that works for you – with the right support and flexibility to reach your study and career goals faster. Foundation Studies is the pathway to all UNSW bachelor’s degree programs.
Bridge the gap between high school and university with this fast four-month program that gets you ready to start your degree, with direct entry into UNSW upon successful completion. With Transition Program Online, you can study from home, or wherever you are.
Improve your English so you can reach your full potential. You’ll use real UNSW course material to improve your writing, speaking and reading skills to give better presentations, conduct better research and communicate clearly with teachers and students.
If you need help, check out Progression to UNSW Sydney
You can start here:
Check requirements for your country/region and compare your scores in areas such as English and standardised testing for your home country/region.
Not all programs are available in all study modes, so check what your options are.