Post-oil age demands world-class education
Dubai - The university scored 22nd in the world for employer reputation, validating its number one status in Australia among Australia's top employers.
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Australia has confirmed its global university status, moving up two places to 46th in the world in the 2015/16 QS World University Rankings and up 27 places to 82nd in the Times rankings for the same period.
The university scored 22nd in the world for employer reputation, validating its number one status in Australia among Australia's top employers.
The Middle East is recognised as a valuable region for developing skills and furthering global career prospects.
UNSW Australia is renowned for developing global leaders who shape the future. Its alumni community is 250,000 strong with graduates working for some of the biggest and best companies in the world including Google, Penguin, Ernst & Young, PayPal, Rio Tinto, HSBC, Nasa and Oxfam.
The Middle East is beginning to diversify away from oil-based industries and move towards a more knowledge-based economy. To get there, it needs innovative leaders and thinkers.
UNSW Australia is an ideas university. It has produced more technology entrepreneurs in the past 15 years and student start-up companies than any other Australian university.
They recently built Michael Crouch Innovation Centre is UNSW's home for innovation and student entrepreneurship and is the first of its kind in Australia.
It houses 3D printers, a workspace and a UNSW Innovations team devoted to assisting student start-up ideas through 260 partnerships with commercial companies. In the run up to Expo 2020 and Fifa 2022 and beyond, the Middle East needs people from diverse backgrounds with unique skills and world-class education.
UNSW is a world leader in HIV, quantum computing, solar power, robotics, the sciences, psychology and social policy.
Their Engineering faculty is the best and largest in Australia and the Built Environment faculty is ranked 22nd in the world. The Business School's MBA programme is number 11 in the world for non US programmes according to Forbes.
Across faculties, the university maintains close links to employers and industry professionals to give graduates a competitive edge in the global job market.
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