字典2017-08-29 澳洲留学澳洲教育体系新南威尔士大学



  At a glance

  Established in 1949 with a unique focus on the scientific, technological and professional disciplines, UNSW is a leading Australian university committed to making a difference through pioneering research and preparing the next generation of talented global citizens for career success.

  UNSW has a proud tradition of sustained innovation, focusing on areas critical to our future – from climate change and renewable energies to lifesaving medical treatments and breakthrough technologies. In the social sciences, UNSW research informs policy and expert commentary in key issues facing society ranging from human rights and constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians to public health and population ageing.

  UNSW offers an extensive range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs. We attract talented students from across Australia and around the world. Our 50,000-plus students come from 128 countries, making us one of Australia’s most cosmopolitan universities. Our emphasis on quality continues to push up entry standards with record demand from the State’s top school leavers.

  The main UNSW campus is located on a 38 hectare site at Kensington, seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney. Other major campuses are Art & Design in Paddington and UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy.







  The University was incorporated by Act of the Parliament of New South Wales in Sydney in 1949, but its character and idea can be traced back to the formation of the Sydney Mechanics Institute in 1843, leading to the formation of the Sydney Technical College in 1878. The Institute sought ‘the diffusion of scientific and special knowledge’, the College sought to apply and teach it.

  Commenced as The New South Wales University of Technology, the University’s international context is that of the Australian recognition of that scientific and technological impulse in tertiary education that produced the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Berlin University of Technology. It acknowledged at university level that profound development in human knowledge and concern that had impelled the nineteenth century industrial and scientific revolution.

  The new University’s focus was on this new knowledge, this new way of encountering, explaining and improving the material world. Australia needed to keep abreast of the diversity of challenges associated with the Second World War, a demand recognised by the NSW Government in establishing the University. Its core concerns was teaching and research in science and technology, but its courses included humanities and commerce components in recognition of the need to educate the full human being.

  Initially, in 1949, operating from the inner city campus of Sydney Technical College, it immediately began to expand on its present eastern suburb site at Kensington, where a major and continuing building program was pursued. Central to the University’s first twenty years was the dynamic authoritarian management of the first Vice-Chancellor, Sir Philip Baxter (1955 – 1969, and previously, Director, 1953 – 1955). His visionary but at times controversial energies, built the university from nothing to 15,000 students in 1968, pioneering both established and new scientific and technological disciplines against an external background of traditionalist criticism. A growing staff, recruited both locally and overseas, conducted research which established a wide international reputation.

  The new University soon had Colleges at Newcastle (1951) and Wollongong (1961) which eventually became independent universities. The Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra became, and remains, a University College in 1981.

  In 1958 the University name was changed to the University of New South Wales, and in 1960 it broadened its scholarly, student base and character with the establishment of a Faculty of Arts, soon to be followed, in 1960 by Medicine, then in 1971 by Law.

  By Baxter’s retirement in 1969, the University had made a unique and enterprising Australian mark. The new Vice-Chancellor, Sir Rupert Myers, (1969-1981) brought consolidation and an urbane management style to a period of expanding student numbers, demand for change in University style, and challenges of student unrest. Easy with, and accessible to students, Myers’ management ensured academic business as usual through tumultuous University times.

  The 1980s saw a University in the top group of Australian universities. Its Vice-Chancellor of the period, Professor Michael Birt (1981-1992), applied his liberal cultivation to the task of coping with increasing inroads, into the whole Australian university system, of Federal bureaucracy and unsympathetic and increasingly parsimonious governments. His task mixed strategies for financial survival with meeting the demands of a student influx which took the University into being one of the largest in Australia, as well as being, in many fields, the most innovative and diverse.

  From 1951 the University had welcomed international students, and by 2000, of a student population of 31,000, about 6000 were international students, most from Asia. Annual graduation ceremonies are held in Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

  The stabilising techniques of the 1980s provided a firm base for the energetic corporatism and campus enhancements pursued by the previous Vice-Chancellor, Professor John Niland (1992 - 2002). The 1990s saw the addition of a Fine Arts dimension to the University and further development of the public and community outreach which had characterised the University from its beginnings. At present, private sources contribute 45% of its annual funding.

  After fifty years of dynamic growth the University tradition is one of sustained innovation, a blend of scholarship and practical realism. Its tone is lively and informal, its atmosphere exciting and happy. It offers the widest range of Faculties, its initial emphasis on science and technology now sharing excellence with disciplines as various as Arts, Fine Arts, the Built Environment, Commerce, Law, Life Sciences, Medicine, Management – that whole world of knowledge whose investigation and communication was its initial stimulus.



  从更名为新南威尔士理工大学开始,新南威尔士大学的国际语境即与澳大利亚对高等教育中科学和技术冲动的意识一致——正式这种意识使麻省理工学院和柏林工业大学得以诞生。  它在大学阶段承认了人类知识和关怀方面的深远发展,这种发展曾促成了十九世纪工业和科技上的革命。


  1949年新南威尔士大学从悉尼技术学院内城校园开始建设,随后,新南威尔士大学迅速扩展到了它目前在 肯辛顿的东市郊的校区。在这里,一项主要的持续在建的项目在进行着。新南威尔士大学的头二十年主要由第一人校长Sir Philip Baxter(1955-1969;1953-1955担任董事长)权威式管理。在他的充满理想主义有时又带有争议的管理下,新南威尔士大学从零到有,到1968年已有了1千5百名学生。在他的带领下,新南威尔士大学突破了传统主义者批评理论的外部背景限制,同时开设了传统的和新的科技学科课程。与此同时,新南威尔士大学的教员队伍也成长壮大起来。他们中有来自本地的,有来自海外的,都在这里从事着研究,而他们的研究也为新南威尔士大学建立了广泛的国际声誉。



  到首任校长 Baxter退休的时候,西南威尔士大学已经成为了澳大利亚独特而有开创新的标志。新任校长Sir Rupert Myers(1969-1981)则带来了团结和温文尔雅的管理方式。在他的管理下,新南威尔士大学扩大了招生人数,加大了大学风格上的改变,使得学生不安的挑战增加。Sir Rupert Myers随和,平易近人,他的管理确保了学术业务一切如常,让新南威尔士大学度过了动乱时期。

  20世纪80年代见证了新南威尔士大学的成就。其时,新南威尔士大学成为了澳大利亚顶尖高校集团成员。这个时期的校长Michael Birt 教授(1969-1981)则展现了他的人文素养。他将它用于克服日益增加的消耗,用于应对联邦官僚主义和无情且急剧吝啬的政府造成的整个澳大利亚大学体制的瘫痪。他成功地将经济存活战略和满足学生涌入的需求结合起来,使得西南威尔士大学成为了澳大利亚规模最大的大学之一,同时,在诸多领域,也是最具有创新性和多样性的大学之一。


  20世纪80年代技术的稳定化为社团和校园活动的蓬勃展开奠定了坚实的基础。社团主义和校园活动正式前任校长John Niland 教授(1992-2002)追求的。到九十年代,新南威尔士大学成立了艺术学院,从建校之初都伴随着并成为新南威尔士大学特色的公共和社区服务在这个时候也得到了进一步的发展。到如今,私人来源的资金占到了新南威尔士大学年度资金的45%。


  Faculty of Built Environment

  At UNSW Built Environment we develop global leaders in architecture, planning and construction.

  Connecting world-class knowledge with leading practice, we equip you for an outstanding career.

  At UNSW Built Environment we welcome staff and students from diverse backgrounds.

  Our scholarships help students to achieve their potential, and enhance the experience of individuals who might otherwise struggle financially to maintain a place at university. They reward excellence, encourage international mobility, diversity and equity, all critical themes in the UNSW 2025 Strategy.

  Business School

  The UNSW Business School is one of Australia’s top business schools distinguished by the high calibre of our academics, students and alumni. We lead the way in research performance and in the rankings of our education programs.

  Our Schools:

  Accounting,AGSM (Australian Graduate School of Management),Banking and Finance,Economics,Information Systems and Technology,Management,Marketing,Risk and Actuarial Studies,Taxation and Business Law.


  The Faculty of Engineering is a reputed centre for engineering studies and research in Australia. It offers over 60 years of sustained excellence in cutting-edge education, incorporating the latest developments in each field:

  Our Schools:

  Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering,Chemical Engineering,Civil and Environmental Engineering,Computer Science and Engineering,Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications,Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering,Mining Engineering,Petroleum Engineering,Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering.


  UNSW Law is a leader in legal education in Australia. Our teaching is student-centred, research-based and outward looking - never losing sight of law’s impact on the way we live.


  UNSW Medicine is one of Australia’s great medical schools. During its 50 year history UNSW Medicine has grown to be a leading centre of education in medical and health-related disciplines, and a major force in Australian and international biomedical and health related research.

  UNSW Medicine has close affiliations with a number of Australia’s finest hospitals, research institutes and healthcare organisations.

  Our Schools:

  Medical Sciences,Psychiatry,Public Health and Community Medicine,Women's and Children's Health.

  Clinical Schools:

  Prince of Wales Clinical School,Rural Clinical School,St George Clinical School,St Vincent's Clinical School,South Western Sydney Clinical School.


  UNSW Science ranks in the world's top 50 universities for natural and life sciences and biomedicine, and top university in the State by the Government's "Excellence in Research Australia" process.

  Our Schools:

  Aviation,Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences,Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences,Chemistry,Materials Science and Engineering,Mathematics and Statistics,Optometry and Vision Science,Physics,Psychology.

  UNSW Canberra at ADFA

  UNSW Canberra is a campus of The University of New South Wales (UNSW) and is located at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA).

  UNSW Canberra provides undergraduate tertiary education for the midshipmen and officer cadets of the Australian Defence Force as well as postgraduate programs in Arts, Business, IT, Engineering, Management and Science open to the general community.

  Students studying at UNSW Canberra gain all the advantages of studying with one of Australia’s largest, most well-established and research intensive tertiary institutions.

  Our Schools:

  Business,Engineering and Information Technology,Humanities and Social Sciences,Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences.



























  UNSW Campuses

  Our main campus is located on a 38-hectare site at Kensington, seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney. Other large campuses are the College of Fine Arts (COFA) in the Sydney suburb of Paddington and University College at the Australia Defence Force Academy in Canberra. We also have a number of other satellite campuses and research institutes.

  Kensington Campus

  UNSW's main campus is located on a 38 hectare site in the suburb of Kensington. Every weekday Kensington Campus generates more than 60,000 trips to and from work and study making it the largest single destination for people in the Eastern Suburbs.

  With nearly 1,700 UNSW Express Bus services per week the campus is easy to get to via public transport no matter where you are travelling from. The full complement of transport options, depending on your original location, include: cycling, walking, carpooling, driving, bus, train and ferry services.

  Paddington Campus

  The Paddington Campus (also known as UNSW Art and Design, formerly COFA) is centrally located on Oxford Street, Paddington and is easily accessible from the Kensington Campus. Find further information on public transport links to the Paddington Campus.

  Paddington shuttle bus

  A courtesy shuttle bus operates between Paddington and UNSW Kensington campuses during semester, excluding public holidays. The shuttle bus stop is located at the Gate 8 entrance on High Street (UNSW Kensington) and at the Greens Rd entrance (Paddington).

  Please note the primary purpose of the shuttle bus is to operate as a night shuttle bus. Capacity and frequency is limited. Students and staff are encouraged to take public transport.

  CBD Campus

  UNSW’s CBD Campus is located on Levels 6 and 7, 1 O'Connell Street in the heart of Sydney's CBD. A number of classes and functions for the Faculties of Law and Business take place at this location.

  Randwick Campus

  Randwick Campus is home to the UNSW Institute of Languages. Located at 22-32 King Street, Randwick, the campus is easily accessible by bus, bicycle or car.

  Cliffbrook Campus

  Cliffbrook Campus is located at 45 Beach Street, Coogee and is home to the Faculty of Medicine's Kirby Insitute. Cliffbrook Campus is easily accessible by bus, bicycle or car.

  David Phillips Campus

  The David Phillips Campus is located off Gwea Ave, Daceyville, approximately 2km from the Kensington Campus. The campus is easily accessible on foot from the Kensington Campus or by bus or bicycle.

  It is the home of UNSW’s rugby, football, touch, hockey, tennis and cricket clubs.

  Manly Vale Campus

  The Manly Vale Campus is located at 110 King Street, Manly Vale and is home to the UNSW Water Research Laboratory. It is easily accessible by car.

  Canberra Campus

  The Canberra Campus is located at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA). ADFA is located off Northcott Drive, Canberra which is less than five kilometres from the city centre and Canberra airport. It is easily accessible by car.











  克利夫鲁克校区位于库吉 必珠街45号,是医学院卡比研究所所在地。公共汽车、自行车和私家车都很方便到达。


  大卫菲利普校区位于达西维尔Gwea Ave,距离肯辛顿校区有将近两公里。从肯辛顿校区走路、坐公共汽车或骑自行车都很方便到达。




  堪培拉校区位于澳大利亚国防军事学院,具体位于堪培拉的Northcott Drive,距离市中心和堪培拉机场不到五公里,坐出租车很方便到达。


  -大卫.冈斯基 (David Gonski),新南威尔士大学校长,Investec Bank,Coca-Cola Amatil 和澳大利亚交易所主席。

  -约翰.尼尔兰 (John Niland),新南威尔士大学前校长,麦格理银行董事。

  罗拔.史达布 (Robert Stable),昆士兰联邦大学校长。-保罗.基廷(Paul John Keating),澳大利亚联邦第24任总理,新南威尔士大学法学博士。

  -Alan O. Trounson,世界著名的生物学家。-格伦·马库特Glenn Murcutt, 建筑界的诺贝尔奖-普利兹克奖(Pritzker Architecture Prize) 得主(2002)。

  -Raj Reddy, 计算机科学届的诺贝尔奖-图灵奖得主(1994),曾任卡内基梅隆大学计算机学院院长(1991-1999)-施艾(John Shine),世界知名的分子生物学家。

  -提姆.富兰纳瑞(Tim Flannery),澳大利亚哺乳动物学者,古生物学家和全球变暖活动家。-格林.戴维斯(Glyn Davis),墨尔本大学校长。

  -Douglas Daft,可口可乐公司总裁((2000 - 2004)-John B. Prescott,必和必拓(BHP-Billiton)总裁 (1991 to 1998)

















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