Received an offer?

Congratulations on receiving your offer!

We look forward to seeing you at UNSW. But first, you need to accept your offer. Accepting your offer is a simple process. The kind of offer you received from UNSW determines the process you need to follow.

Go to Getting Started for detailed information. Or select your offer type below for an overview of the acceptance process.

*If you are a sponsored student, you have a different process to follow. Head to the Sponsored students page to learn more. 


Do you know where you are going to live? There are a range of on campus and off campus accommodation options available to UNSW international students. But places go quickly, so send in your application as soon as possible. Finding a private sharing arrangement or your own place is best done once you have landed. Give yourself at least 2-3 weeks to find a place.

Life @ UNSW

Come and experience the village atmosphere at our UNSW campuses where students live, socialise and relax. It is a diverse and buzzing campus offering a unique experience you won’t forget.


More about Life at UNSW

Career assistance

We have extensive career development services and events to help you enhance your workplace skills. We have a Careers and Employment Office, a dedicated Professional Development Program for international students, and we host an International Students Career Week and a Careers Expo each year.


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Support for international students

To help you make friends and feel at home, we have modern facilities, societies and social clubs, and an extensive range of support services. Get picked up from the airport, partner with a cultural or peer mentor and attend events organised by our Student Development International team.

More about student support

  • Arrival support

    From picking you up from the airport, running new arrival workshops and taking you on campus tours, we make sure you feel orientated, safe and well connected. Our dedicated Welcome Centre is available to help you find all the information you need to settle in.

  • Student Development International

    Student Development International offers activities and programs to help international students adapt to life in Australia. These include day trips, short holidays and community exchange programs. 

  • Mentors

    On arrival, get matched with a peer mentor. A peer mentor is an experienced student who can give you insights about your faculty as well as tips on how to adjust to student life. Or choose a cultural mentor, a senior UNSW student of your own cultural background who can answer questions about Australian culture and customs, learning at UNSW and living in Sydney.