Bondi to Coogee coastal walkUNSW Arts & Social Sciences is situated in Kensington, in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. 

We are within easy reach of the city’s commercial and cultural centre (7kms) and even closer to Sydney’s best beaches, Bondi and Coogee. The campus is easily accessible by public transport from the CBD and nearby suburbs.

The Faculty acknowledges and pays respect to the Bedegal People that are the Traditional Custodians of the Land, of Elders past and present on whose ancestral land the UNSW campus is built.

The Faculty is housed in several buildings across the campus:

  • The Morven Brown Building on upper campus houses the School of Humanities and Languages, the School of Social Sciences, the Global Irish Studies Centre, the Refugee Research Centre, the Centre for Gender Related Violence Studies and the UNSW Confucius Institute. The Morven Brown building is also the location of the Faculty Student Centre, Dean’s Unit and Research Office. Upper campus (C20).
  • The John Goodsell Building houses our School of Education, the Social Policy Research Centre and the National Centre for HIV Social Research. Upper Campus (D15).
  • The Sir Robert Webster Building is home to the School of the Arts and Media, the Journalism and Media Research Centre and the Centre for Modernism Studies in Australia. Mid campus (G17)

Please visit the UNSW website for detailed maps of our campus.