General Terms & Conditions
By submitting a registration through this site for an activity, event, information evening, master class, performance or workshop, or by registering to receive the Future Students Newsletter or Network Newsletter, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
1) Your registration details may be shared with staff from the school you list in your registration details.
2) If you indicate you would like to receive an SMS reminder, this will be sent to the mobile number you entered and you are responsible for any costs incurred by you through your mobile provider. Your mobile number will never be shared outside the University of New South Wales.
3) You acknowledge that for any reason, scheduled activities, events, information evenings, master classes or workshops may be canceled at any time. UNSW will make all reasonable efforts to inform you of a cancelation as soon as possible.
4) If the activity, event, master class, workshop or performance you are registering to attend occurs during the school day, it is your responsibility to contact your school and obtain permission to attend the activity.
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Mature Age Pathway
Each year thousands of adults across Australia make the rewarding and challenging decision to study at university as a mature age student. Many do not have an HSC or formal qualifications. So how do you get in to university with no qualifications? At UNSW it’s not a case of how much you are willing to pay or how ‘mature’ you are, it’s about hard work and potential. By completing the University Preparation Program (UPP) you can build your academic skills, experience part-time study in a subject area of your interest and decide if you will make the decision to study at university as a mature student.
UPP Information Sessions: If you would like to attend an information session in Novermber to find out more about the program, head to UNSW Future Students 'What's On' to register your interest.
“I wholly believe that UPP has provided me with the opportunity to be as great as I always knew and was told that I could be.”
Past UPP Student