At UNSW Engineering, we are developing a new generation of global leaders who aim to solve the greatest challenges and engineer a sustainable world. By getting involved in Humanitarian Engineering initiatives, you have the invaluable opportunity to apply sustainable and innovative technologies to help solve problems in disadvantaged communities, both in Australia and internationally.
UNSW Engineering has a variety of elective courses for you to further your interest in Humanitarian Engineering! Some schools also offer the option to pursue Humanitarian Engineering as a discipline or a minor. Click through to see all of the offerings.
There are numerous global mobility experiences available to you as a student at UNSW to gain a head start in your career with practical experience overseas. From student exchange to research opportunities, to internships and study tours.
There are a number of the Humanitarian Engineering projects on offer in The ChallENG Program. Have the opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary team to apply sustainable and innovative technologies to make a real-world impact for disadvantaged communities across the world.
You can qualify for up to 30 days of your Non-Traditional Industrial Training requirement by working with an external host organisation or pre-authorised Humanitarian Engineering project in The ChallENG Program.