Programs available at UNSW in Term 2 2020
The University has paused all in-person classes.
Due to COVID-19, UNSW has introduced online teaching and learning for most classes to help reduce virus transmission, protect health service provision and ensure business continuity.
You should access online teaching material and participate remotely. Where possible, laboratory practicals will be converted to video demonstrations or another method that can be delivered remotely. Individual course convenors will inform you of details via Moodle or other means.
Term 2 registration is open. All courses will be available online.
Term 2 class registration is now open. All courses that are offered in Term 2 will be available online. You will be able to commence and complete your course online. This means, if you’re a student who has returned (or plans to return) to your home country, or you’re living in Australia and studying from home, you can simply complete your course online. For Class Registration appointments visit myUNSW Enrolment.
Recognition of online studies by the Chinese Government
Chinese Government officials have confirmed that UNSW online courses will be recognised by the Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange (CSCSE) if a student's study plan has been disrupted by COVID-19 and associated travel restrictions.
Recognition of online studies by the Indian Government
The Indian Ministry of Human Resources Development is yet to make a final decision on recognition of online studies via foreign higher education providers. The Australian Government is continuing to make representations to their Indian counterparts and the UNSW India Centre is similarly making representations to relevant agencies in New Delhi.