Asian Studies researchers at UNSW Arts and Social Sciences undertake internationally recognised, globally impactful scholarships on all geographic regions of Asia—Southeast Asia, South Asia and Northeast Asia.
In this section you’ll find useful student resources from the School of Humanities and Languages including common forms, key contacts, information about academic advising and a range of support services that will help you get the most out of your university experience.
Historical Studies encompasses the study of humanity including human interactions throughout historical time. History at UNSW is distinctive because of its focus on imperial, colonial and transnational histories that rethink the grand narratives of the past.
Research in European Studies at UNSW Arts and Social Sciences cuts across a wide range of subject areas, including Modern History, Cultural and Literary Studies, Area Studies, Human Geography, Political Thought and Philosophy.
Guide dogs, the World Health Organization (WHO) and female characters of The West Wing – while these may appear to have little in common, at one time they have all been career goals for recent graduate Erin Prince.