Course code: #3961
These are mandatory and all come with course.
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This double degree at The University of New South Wales combines specialised knowledge in engineering with the variety of possibilities available in an Arts degree.
The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) will provide you with a solid background in mathematics, natural sciences and computing to give you knowledge and skills in whichever engineering discipline specialisation you choose.
In the Arts component, you will choose a major from a range of disciplines within the humanities and social sciences, including languages, arts, history, philosophy and business.
In whichever area you study, you will develop transferable skills and in-depth knowledge and gain the tools to think critically, communicate effectively and conduct independent research.
Civil Engineering is responsible for projects that enhance the overall quality of life.
Civil engineers design, construct, manage, operate and maintain the infrastructure that supports modern society, including:
Buildings, bridges, roads and highways, tunnels, airfields, dams, ports and harbours, railways, new mines, water supply and sewerage schemes, irrigation systems, and flood mitigation works.
Students must complete a minimum of 60 days of Industrial Training to graduate. Industrial Training must be undertaken concurrently with enrolment in the program.
This Course has the main major/s for Art:
|Cost of living||1 person||$9,036|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$17,000|
If you do not currently meet the English language requirements of your chosen program, UNSW Global offers courses and programs designed to help you reach these requirements.
Different options are available depending on your current English language level.
English courses at UNSW Global include Academic English (English for University), Professional English, General English, and test preparation courses.
English language courses are available at various levels and lengths and may be packaged with a UNSW Foundation Studies Program, UNSW Diploma Program or a UNSW Degree.
University English Entry Course (UEEC)
University English Entry Course (UEEC) prepares you for entry into university if you’ve received a conditional offer from UNSW Sydney but do not meet the UNSW English entry requirements.
Essential Academic English (EAE)
Essential Academic English (EAE) provides the English skills you need to thrive at university. It prepares you for University English and Foundation English courses.
English Entry Requirements
|Entry Requirements||Direct entry||UEEC 10 weeks||UEEC 15 weeks||UEEC 20 weeks||EAE 10 Weeks|
|IELTS||6.5, Writing 6.0|
|6.0, Writing 6.0|
(subscores 5.5, Speaking 5.0)
|6.0, Writing 5.5|
|5.5, Writing 5.5|
|5.0, Writing 5.0|
|TOEFL||577, TWE 5.0||550, TWE 5.0||537, TWE 4.5||513, TWE 4.5||483, TWE 4.0|
|TOEFL-iBT||90, Writing 23|
|80, Writing 20||75, Writing 18||65, Writing 18||56, Writing 14|
|Pearson Test of English||64, Writing 54|
|54, Writing 54||50, Writing 50||46, Writing 46||38, Writing 38|
|Cambridge Advanced English||176, Writing 169||169, Writing 169||169, Writing 162||162, Writing 162||154, Writing 154|
Direct entry applicants to UNSW must hold acceptable high school qualifications for admission.
At a minimum, you must have a qualification considered equivalent to a Year 12 qualification (completion of high school) in Australia.
All India Senior School Certificate (CBSE) 14.5
Indian School Certificate (CISCE) 88
India State Board 93
China (Peoples Republic) National Entrance Examination (Gaokao) 75
UNSW does not accept secondary qualifications from this country. It may accept tertiary study results.
UNSW Global has university pathway programs that provide a seamless transition to UNSW Sydney so you can achieve your academic and career goals.
A UNSW Foundation Studies Program is your supportive pathway to the First Year of any UNSW degree.
Their programs are designed to suit your academic and English skills and prepare you for university studies.
They support you with personalised learning, small classes and social activities to help build your future at UNSW.
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