Abilash S

University of New South Wales, Sydney - Dual Degree – Bachelor of Science and Arts

Short Bio:

Abilash is a very sincere hard worker, He has the ability to channel his energy and focus on the task at hand. His planning is always meticulous and this reflected positively on his acadmics and other activities, His work reflects excellent attention to details and independent learning. He is outgoing and friendly with a positive attitude. He has won many academic awards and had also won the ICE award in his IGCSE examinations.

College Info:

The University of New South Wales UNSW is an Australian public research university located in the Sydney suburb of Kensington. Out of all Australian universities, UNSW has the highest median ATAR and attracts the highest number of top 500 students. Established in 1949, it is ranked 4th in Australia, 45th in the world, and 2nd in New South Wales according to the 2018 QS World University Rankings.
The university comprises nine faculties, through which it offers bachelor, master and doctoral degrees. The main campus is located on a 38-hectare (94-acre) site in the Sydney suburb of Kensington, 7 km (about 4.3 miles) from the Sydney central business district. The creative arts faculty, UNSW Art & Design, is located in Paddington, UNSW Canberra is located at the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra and sub-campuses are located in the Sydney CBD, the suburbs of Randwick and Coogee. Research stations are located throughout the state of New South Wales.

Course Info:

This dual degree program enables students to complete a Major sequence from those available in the Faculty of Science and in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. The typical duration of this program is 4 years full-time. For admission to the program, students must satisfy the entry requirements to both the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Arts programs. A total of 192 units of credit is required to complete this dual degree program. Students must satisfy the following requirements for the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts components. Where the requirements for the two programs are completed in less than 192 units of credit due to overlapping courses, students must make up the remaining units of credit from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences or the Faculty of Science.