According to AbbreviationFinder, the University of Newcastle had its beginnings with the founding of Newcastle University College in 1951 and became a university in its own right in 1965.
It is a young and dynamic university with multiple campuses in Australia that offers an international focus and a wide range of teaching. In recent years, the number of students has increased extremely, which indicates the high level of education.
Her research successes have a good international reputation. Due to the high-quality research results, it is currently among the top three percent of universities worldwide according to the Times Higher Education World University and QS World University Rankings.
In addition, the University of Newcastle is also known for its good teaching, especially in the areas of English Language and Literature, Geography, Education and Engineering.
International students have many opportunities to study at the University of Newcastle. You can choose either a semester abroad, a language course, an entire undergraduate or postgraduate degree, or something else entirely.
- Academic gap year
- postgraduate studies
- semester abroad
- bachelor’s degree
- Master’s degree
The University of Newcastle has four campuses in Australia. The Callaghan Campus, also known as The Bushland Campus, is located just 12 kilometers from the center of Newcastle in the Callaghan district. It is the main campus of the University of Newcastle.
It was given the name Bushland Campus because the 125-hectare site is a natural area with numerous bushes, which is also cared for accordingly. Great importance is attached to the preservation of flora and fauna on campus. The Callaghan campus is easily accessible by bus and train and also has good connections via the freeway.
The second location is the Ourimbah campus. It is halfway between Newcastle and Sydney on the Central Coast. The University of Newcastle shares this campus with other educational institutions, bringing the total number of students studying at this campus to around 4,500. All of the buildings and facilities are relatively new, as the site was built on in the early 1990s. As on the Callaghan campus, the area is overgrown with a lot of shrubs and is quite similar to the Bushland campus in terms of flora and fauna.
The third location is in Port Macquarie and the fourth is in Sydney. This is still quite new and is located in the Sydney Central Business District. Depending on the location, master’s programs in the field of business and professional accountingas well as language courses are offered here.
Also located directly in Newcastle are the School of Music and Conservatorium, the School of Law, the Legal Centre, the Graduate School of Business and the Newcastle Institute of Public Health. There is also a so-called Overseas Campus in Singapore.
- University of Newcastle campus maps
International students have various options as to what type of accommodation they would like to stay in for the duration of their stay at the University of Newcastle.
The following accommodation options are available:
- student residence
- Apartments on campus
- Private apartments / hotels
- guest families
The specific availability of the individual accommodation options may vary depending on the study program. Detailed information can be found via the links or in the “free brochure” for the respective program. If you have any questions, we are at your disposal.
The college town of Newcastle
Newcastle is located on the east coast of Australia, has a population of around 140,000 in the city area and over 500,000 in the region. It is the second largest city in the Australian state of New South Wales, the sixth largest city in Australia and just two hours from Sydney. In 2004 Newcastle celebrated its 200th birthday.
On the one hand, the port city has breathtakingly beautiful beaches on Australia’s Pacific Ocean and, right next to it, has a port, which has a high leisure and recreational value for tourists and locals alike. Newcastle has some of Australia’s finest beaches and waterways for swimming, sailing, surfing and other water sports. Not far away is Lake Macquire, which is the largest saltwater lake in Australia and four times the size of Sydney Harbour.
Despite a thriving business and commercial sector, a very good health care network and good educational facilities, the cost of living in Newcastle has remained low. The climate is also very pleasant and the city offers a relaxed and friendly lifestyle.
In addition to some cultural institutions such as the Newcastle Regional Museum, Newcastle also offers an insight into Australia’s wildlife with the Blackbutt Reserve. Here kangaroos, koalas, emus, wallabies, wombats and many Australian birds can be observed.
Degrees/Courses in English – Undergraduate
- Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Biomedical Science
- Bachelor of Biotechnology
- Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Business Analytics
- Bachelor of Climate Science and Adaptation
- Bachelor of Commerce
- Bachelors of Communication
- Bachelor of Computer Science
- Bachelor of Construction Management (Building)
- Bachelor of Design (Architecture)
- Bachelor of Development Studies
- Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Computers)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronics)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Mining Transfer Program)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Software)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications)
- Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management
- Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science
- Bachelor of Fine Art
- Bachelor of Food Science and Human Nutrition
- Bachelor of Industrial Design
- Bachelor of Information Technology
- Bachelor of Laws
- Bachelor of Mathematics
- Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Diagnostic Radiography)
- Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine)
- Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Radiation Therapy)
- Bachelors of Medicine
- Bachelor of Midwifery
- Bachelor of Music
- Bachelor of Natural History Illustration
- Bachelor of Nursing
- Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics
- Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
- Bachelor of Oral Health
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Bachelor of Podiatry
- Bachelor of Psychology
- Bachelor of Public & Community Health
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelors of Social Sciences
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Bachelor of Speech Pathology
- Bachelor of Surveying
- Bachelor of Theology
- Bachelor of Visual Communication Design
Studies/Courses in English – Postgraduate
- Masters of Applied Finance
- Master of Applied Linguistics
- Master of Architecture
- Masters of Business
- Master of Business Administration in Applied Finance
- Master of Business Administration in General Management
- Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management
- Master of Business Administration in International Business
- Master of Business Administration in Marketing
- Master of Clinical Epidemiology
- Masters of Clinical Psychology
- Master of Digital Media
- Master of Disaster Preparedness and Reconstruction
- Masters of Early Childhood Education
- Masters of Educational Studies
- Master of Engineering Management
- Master of Engineering Science
- Master of Environmental and Business Management
- Master of Environmental Management
- Master of Environmental Management (Honours)
- Master of Exercise Physiology
- Masters of Health Science
- Masters of Health, Economics, Management
- Master of Human Resource Management
- Master of Information Technology (Advanced)
- Master of Information Technology (Professional)
- Master of International Business
- Master of Leadership and Management in Education
- Masters of Marketing
- Master of Mental Health Nursing
- Masters of Midwifery Studies
- Master of Music Technology
- Master of Nursing (Advanced Practice)
- Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner)
- Master of Occupational Health and Safety
- Master of Pharmacy
- Master of Professional Accounting
- Master of Professional Accounting (Advanced)
- Master of Property
- Masters of Public Health
- Master of Science Management
- Master of Social Change and Development
- Masters of Social Science
- Master of Social Science (Honours)
- Masters of Special Education
- Master of Teaching (Primary)
- Master of Teaching (Secondary)
- Masters of Theology
- Master of Workplace Injury Management and Occupational Rehabilitation