Check that the name on your application is the same as on your passport.
Pay your tuition fee deposit
Most international students are required to pay a tuition fee deposit to accept their offer. If you are unable to pay the fee online and need to pay via an alternative method, email the Admissions Office at [email protected]
After we receive payment, we will send you an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE).
Enrol in courses
After you have accepted your offer, you are ready to enrol in courses. If Enrolment is open, start enrolling.
If your supporting documents are verified and you meet the requirements for the program, we will send you a full offer.
Accept your full offer
After you receive your full offer to study, go to the full offer category for the next steps.
If you have any questions about your conditional offer, please email our Future Student Advisors at [email protected].
Choose from a range of on- and off-campus accommodation options for UNSW Sydney international students. Places fill fast, so make sure you apply as soon as possible. If you are looking for a private sharing arrangement, it’s best to do so after you arrive. It may take two to three weeks to find a place.
Life @ UNSW
Enjoy the relaxed village atmosphere of UNSW’s campus in Sydney’s leafy Eastern Suburbs, close to stunning beaches and parks. Find out more about Life at UNSW.
We have a reputation for being one of Australia’s friendliest universities. Our societies and social clubs as well as our extensive support services will help you feel at home and make friends easily. We have it covered – including your airport pickup, partnering you with a peer or cultural mentor and a range of events organised by our International Student Experience Unit (ISEU).
We will arrange for you to be picked up from the airport, to attend new arrival workshops and to go on campus tours so you will quickly feel oriented, safe and connected. At our Welcome Centre, you’ll find everything you need to help you settle in.
We can match you with a peer mentor, who is an experienced student with insights about your faculty as well as tips on how to adjust to student life. Or you might prefer a cultural mentor, a senior UNSW student from the same cultural background as you, who can answer questions about Australian culture and customs, studying at UNSW and living in Sydney.