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​The University of New South Wales (UNSW)

The University of New South Wales is one of Australia's top universities in the Go8 and is an elite comprehensive university ranked within the top 50 of the QS World University Rankings. It is an international university with 60,000 students, 30% of whom are international students from more than 130 countries. It is also known for having a high employment rate after graduating. The Kensington Campus, where the conference will be held, is a large campus located about 12 kilometres southeast of central Sydney. It's easily accessible from the city centre by light rail or bus, and Coogee Beach, known for its powdery white sand, is within walking distance.

Campus Tour 

Interactive Campus Map​

Getting to Campus from Central Station

Light Rail​

L2 Randwick: Alight at UNSW High Street Station

L3 Kingsford: Alight at UNSW Anzac Parade Station

*UNSW High Street Station is closer to the venues.

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The University of Sydney

Established in 1850 on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the University of Sydney (USYD) stands as Australia's oldest university. With an unparalleled legacy steeped in history, USYD seamlessly blends tradition with a contemporary edge. Consistently ranked among the top 50 universities worldwide, it enjoys an international reputation in the global education landscape. With a diverse and comprehensive academic portfolio, spanning eight faculties and university schools, USYD offers the widest range of disciplines and research opportunities in Australia.

Not only does USYD foster intellectual growth, but it also boasts an impressive alumni network, including the highest number of prime ministers in Australia, and is ranked first in Australia for graduate employability.

The main campus is conveniently located near Sydney's central business district. Today, historical buildings on campus are part of tourist attractions. So why not enjoy exploring our campus too?

Campus Tour 

Interactive Campus Map

Getting to Campus from Central Station


Approx. 15 ~ 20 minutes


412, 413, 422, 438N, 438X, 440, 461N, 461X, 480, 483

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University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

UTS is a leading public university of technology recognised for its global research impact. The campus is spread over a number of award-winning contemporary buildings in the southern Sydney central business district.


UTS was founded in 1988 and is ranked as the best Young University in Australia. The university's research in Computer Science and Engineering is some of the most cutting-edge research of our time. The range of courses offered in Science and Mathematics, Architecture and Building, Animation Production, Design, and International Studies are highly popular. UTS takes pride in it practice-oriented Model of Learning, which puts students at the centre of the creative learning experience

Campus Tour 

Interactive Campus Map

Getting to Campus from Central Station


Approx. 5 minutes

​Opal Card

In Sydney, the Opal Card serves as a payment option for public transportation, similar to Japan's Suica. You have the option of purchasing an Opal Card online or at a convenience store or supermarket, and the card itself is free. Alternatively, you can use public transportation by tapping a credit or debit card with an IC chip. This method is slightly pricier, but it eliminates the need for an Opal Card.

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