The UNSW Bachelor of Science (International) is a four-year, full-time degree, with a year of subsidised study overseas. You'll have the flexibility to study core science subjects while specialising in a chosen area of interest, such as biotechnology, genetics and pharmacology. 

The degree prepares you for an increasingly globalised work environment with the need to interact effectively with colleagues around the world. Its unique structure focuses on cross-cultural skills and understanding, with courses in languages, international relations, politics and international law.  

Study Abroad 

UNSW Science acknowledges that the many challenges faced in science can only be addressed through international research collaborations. With the UNSW Bachelor of Science (International) you’ll have the opportunity to gain real-world experience with an overseas exchange for two semesters at an approved partner university.  

On student exchange, you can immerse yourself in a new culture and open up career opportunities. Students will be provided with a contribution towards the expenses of the exchange by UNSW Science.

Your Career 

The global education that you receive opens up a broad range of career options in Australia and overseas.  

UNSW graduates are employed in a variety of science and technology-based industries and business, in management, research, communication and international development.  

What Our Academics Say 

“UNSW’s scale and focus enable us to tackle some of the world’s most daunting challenges through creative collaborations with leading research institutions around the globe. It’s the extended-team effort which makes us so successful.” 

- Professor Merlin Crossley, UNSW Science 

Find Out More

You can find more information on this degree, including entry requirements on the UNSW Degree Finder.

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