The University of Newcastle stands as a global leader distinguished by a commitment to equity and excellence. For those seeking to expand their career options - and follow a path with the potential to make a global impact - the University of Newcastle offers over 450 courses and 80 Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Masters degree programs.
For more than 50 years the University has specialised in delivering world-class education to talented students, just like you, from right across the globe. In fact, with more than 37,000 students from 113 countries, you'll always feel welcome. Your experience as a student is at the heart of what the University does. Students are welcome to campuses in Newcastle, the Central Coast, Sydney, and Singapore, and are always supported when studying online.
The University of Newcastle is a university that has made a big impact. In 2020, they are ranked 207th in the world and in the top 10 in Australia by QS World University Rankings.
With flexible programs designed around you, and by you, you have the option to translate your real-world experience into course credit. The University's curriculum reflects a global perspective that prepares you to solve the world's most complex challenges.
Home to some of the world's best researchers, the University is committed to solving global challenges, and leading educators who are passionate about sharing knowledge for a better future for all. The University is proud to uphold the values of excellence, equity, engagement and sustainability. It is a place where everyone can succeed, welcoming students from all backgrounds and circumstances, and working hard to support them to excel in their studies.
The University believes in connecting your degree with research that delivers real impact, made possible with researchers that are among the world's best. As a student, you will benefit from ground-breaking research that creates new advances, not just in Australia, but around the world. The University is also investing in state-of-the-art facilities, including innovative buildings and learning environments so that you can get the most out of your studies.
Applications can be submitted directly to the University using its online application form. A link to the form is available on all degree pages. Applications via the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) need to be made for only four programs: Master of Teaching (Primary); Master of Teaching (Secondary); Master of Clinical Psychology; and Master of Professional Psychology.
Most programs are offered for more than one intake per year. Check your chosen degree's webpage for information about intakes and any special admission requirements. During busy periods, applications may take up to two weeks to review.
If you are eligible for credit from previous studies or work experience, it is advised to submit your credit application at least three weeks before term starts.
Once you receive an offer, you will be provided information about accepting your offer (applicable to programs applied via UAC), how to enrol and other important information. Most information will be sent via email, so ensure you check your junk and clutter folders regularly.