UNSW Built Environment offers a comprehensive range of specialised degree programs that few universities can match. Nine undergraduate programs and eight postgraduate programs are available and, as part of the internationally acclaimed faculty, each degree program is regarded as one of Australia's leading university qualifications.

Getting Started

Welcome to UNSW Built Environment

UNSW Built Environment welcomes you and congratulates you on gaining a place in a energetic, creative and industrious faculty.

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Enrolment Information for New BE Students

We understand that starting university can be a daunting prospect. UNSW offers a wide range of student support services. For more information on all aspects of getting started at UNSW, transferring credits, getting a student card and student email, and even settling in to University life, visit the central UNSW Getting Started page.

Orientation Week (20 - 24 February)

  • Welcome Campus Tours
  • Workshops
  • Social Events

More coming soon...

Enrolment Assistance - BE Student Centre

If you require assistance, please contact the Built Environment Student Centre on 9385 4799 or email us through

You are also welcome to visit us in person. The Student Centre is open from 8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. We are located on the ground floor of the Red Centre building, West Wing – adjacent to the main faculty building (Map Reference Building H13).

Course Outlines and Materials

Course outlines are available on Moodle before the commencement of the relevant semester.

The course outline contains expectations and other relevant information such as recommended textbooks. Students can purchase course texts from the UNSW Bookshop. Please check with the bookshop beforehand to ensure that your course material is available. For further information, please visit the UNSW Bookshop website.

The Bookshop is open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday and from 10am to 2pm on Saturdays. It is located at the lower section of the Quadrangle Building on the Kensington Campus.

You can contact the UNSW Bookshop on 9385 6622 or email


Page Last Updated: 21 Oct 2016