UNSW Sydney to host student-faculty open day in India

UNSW Sydney

Extending its outreach activity in India, the internationally ranked University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney is organising an interactive programme for Indian students and its faculty on April 7 between 2 pm to 4 pm at Inspire Hall, Hotel Le Meriden in Delhi.

The session will engage with students and their parents about the unique aspects of the university, its internationally renowned faculty, the academic programmes offered and its state-of-the-art infrastructure.The session will be open to parents as well to help in making an informed decision about future career choices.

Speaking about the session, Amit Dasgupta, former diplomat and presently India country director UNSW said, “At UNSW, we are focussed on providing students with the right skills and knowledge to help them embrace the future of change.”

UNSW faculty drawn from the Schools of Arts and Social Sciences, Biotechnology, and Biomolecular Sciences, Engineering, Built Environment, including the School of Humanities and Social Sciences from their Canberra campus would be participating in the session which is meant to project the award-winning research work and innovations undertaken at the university.

Moreover, the UNSW Careers & Employment and Admissions teams will also be present at the venue to discuss the support services available at UNSW to help students maximise academic, career development and social opportunities while at UNSW.