UNSW Indigenous Strategy, Education & Research


UNSW's Indigenous Strategy takes a holistic approach to Indigenous education, research, engagement and advocacy, striving to create a university environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples thrive and are empowered. 

Nura Gili: Centre for Indigenous Programs is our student-facing services, programs and study facility. We offer study spaces and meeting places for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and researchers. It’s also our home on campus.

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Nura Gili is our hub on campus and a place for students and researchers to be able to connect, collaborate and study.
Our student-facing services, programs and academic unit are based here.


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UNSW is located on the unceded territory of the Bedegal (Kensington campus), Gadigal (City and Paddington campuses) and Ngunnawal peoples (Canberra) who are the Traditional Owners of the lands where each campus of UNSW is situated.

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UNSW is home to many leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander scholars who do vital work for their communities and the nation more broadly. The University has been an important place for driving forward Indigenous legal scholarship and work for many years, through the Indigenous Law Centre based at UNSW Law. Start your research career at UNSW, meet our other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers, and see the impact you can make. 

 

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Rachel Roberts UNSW Indigenous Student Award winner 2019

“Never underestimate what you learn in university and how you can take the education you receive back to your community." 

Rachel Roberts, Burbuga Birrung Indigenous Female Student of the Year 2019
 

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UNSW offer a wide range of scholarships to undergraduate and post-graduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

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