Undergraduate study

An undergraduate degree from UNSW is your passport to opportunities around the world.

Our undergraduate options

We have completed extensive research matching our world-class degree programs with opportunities in rapidly expanding and emerging industries all over the world. To undertake an undergraduate degree, you must have completed high school, secondary school, or a level equivalent in your country.


 

  • Bachelor degrees

    (3-4 years)

    Most bachelor degrees are three (e.g. Business, Science) or four (e.g. Engineering, Social Work) years. The three-year degrees, also known as pass degrees, typically provide the option of continuing to an honours program for a fourth year if your results are deemed high enough. To gain an honours degree, students undertake one year of research after their three-year bachelor degree.

  • Dual degrees

    (4-7 years)

    Dual degrees are when you study two or more disciplines and receive one degree when you graduate.

  • Combined degree programs

    (4 – 7 years)

    Combined degree programs involve the study of two degrees as one program under a single set of rules. When you graduate, you will be awarded two degrees.

Degree areas

We offer world class degrees across eight faculties

Download the 2017 Student Guide

All you need to know about applying and studying at UNSW, campus life and Sydney can be found in our 2017 student guides.