1. UNSW officially announced that the International Year One Diploma program will accept applications for high school grades
Now the UNSW New South International Diploma Program, which starts in May and August, is open for application. The advantage of the International Diploma Program is that students can directly advance to UNSW's sophomore study after completing one year of study. Advantages of the International Diploma Program:-Enjoy small class teaching, free additional after-school tutoring and consulting teachers-use campus facilities and teaching resources with undergraduate freshman students-obtain UNSW authorization after completing undergraduate studies Dual qualifications, one is an international diploma and one is a bachelor's degree.
UNSW International Diploma Program includes the following three professional directions:
Business: Contains majors including accounting, business analysis, economics, finance, financial technology, human resource management, information systems, international business, marketing, and taxation
Computer science: artificial intelligence, computer networks, database systems, e-commerce systems, embedded systems, programming languages, security engineering
Engineering: Aerospace Engineering, Bioinformatics Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Solar Energy Engineering, Quantum Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering
2. 2021 Global University Sustainability Impact Ranking Many Australian schools are on the list!
The "2021 World University Impact Rankings" calculated by Times Higher Education (THE) was announced recently, and many universities in Australia have entered the top ten of the ranking. This ranking is based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for a multi-dimensional evaluation of the performance of 1115 universities around the world. The final result is composed of 17 SDG individual rankings and 1 overall ranking.
The 17 SDG Sustainable Development Goals include no poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being, high-quality education, gender equality, clean drinking water and sanitation facilities, affordable clean energy, decent work and economic growth, industry, innovation and infrastructure , Reducing inequality, sustainable cities and communities, responsible for consumption and production, climate action, underwater life, terrestrial life, peace, justice and partnerships with strong institutions and promoting goals.
The top place in the overall ranking is the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom, while Australian universities occupy the other top four seats, namely the University of Sydney, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and La Trobe University. In addition, a total of 17 higher education institutions in Australia have entered the global top 100.