The UNSW Science and Engineering Preparatory Program is a free online program to support Indigenous students to transition into university and to apply for fast-tracked entry into an undergraduate degree.
Over 2.5 weeks, participants engage in tutoring, mentoring and social activities to develop the skills, networks, and confidence to make the most out of university. Participants who successfully complete the Program have a high chance of being offered entry into a UNSW Science or UNSW Engineering undergraduate degree. The Program is being hosted online in 2020 but will provide the same immersive and interactive experience of studying on campus.
- Who can apply: People of Aboriginal and, or Torres Strait Islander descent who are interested in studying a STEM degree at UNSW in 2021.
- Cost: Free to participate
- When: Monday, 30 November to Wednesday, 16 December.
- Where: Online
- Application process: Applications must be submitted by 5pm Friday, 2 October. See the Nura Gili website for application requirements.
Click here for more Program information. If you have any questions please email Science.EDI@unsw.edu.au. The Program is a collaboration between UNSW Science, UNSW Engineering and UNSW’s Centre for Indigenous Programs, Nura Gili.