We dream big.

Through excellence and innovation in education and research, the College of Engineering, Science and Environment is committed to changing our world for the better. We focus on the development of innovative, resourceful and creative graduates - future leaders in industry, the profession and the community.

Top 200 ? university in the world Find out more
No. 1 ? in Australia for quality of overall experience for undergraduate Engineering students
20 ? Science disciplines rated at ‘well above world standard’
$200 Million investment in the future of STEMM
About our College

About our College

Spread across the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), we are global leaders uncovering new knowledge, creating revolutionary technology, and delivering innovative teaching.

Our Schools

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Education

Education

We offer a world-class learning experience that sees our graduates equipped to pursue a fulfilling career in a broad range of fields, and effect meaningful change in the world.

International Engagement

International Engagement

Our strong global footprint is moulded by our people, partnerships and research outcomes, which extend beyond our region and across the world.

Engineering

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Work Integrated Learning

We engage with industry to help build stronger communities, bring the world closer to a sustainable future, and broaden real-world opportunities for our students.

University of Newcastle receives over $1.3 million in research funding

University of Newcastle receives over $1.3 million in research funding

Researchers at the University of Newcastle have been awarded more than $1.3 million in funding from the Australian Research Council (ARC).

Transforming the region: Underground Pumped Hydro Energy Storage

Transforming the region: Underground Pumped Hydro Energy Storage

A University of Newcastle research team has been awarded $615,000 to assess the feasibility of turning disused underground coal mine workings into a lower reservoir for Underground Pumped Hydro Energy Storage (UPHES).

 Graduates ready to change the world

Graduates ready to change the world

Students from across the University of Newcastle will mark the culmination of their studies at the institution’s Callaghan graduation ceremonies this week.

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University welcomes incentives to boost rural, regional and remote health services

University welcomes incentives to boost rural, regional and remote health services

The University of Newcastle has welcomed today’s Federal Government announcement of HECS-HELP debt refund as an incentive for healthcare workers to work in rural, remote and regional communities.

New Colombo Scholars to help strengthen ties with Indo-Pacific

New Colombo Scholars to help strengthen ties with Indo-Pacific

Four exceptional University of Newcastle students are ready to spread their wings abroad in 2022 after being named New Colombo Plan (NCP) Scholars through the most prestigious undergraduate scholarship in the country.

New understanding of sperm offers chance to lift male fertility rates

New understanding of sperm offers chance to lift male fertility rates

Research at the University of Newcastle has uncovered previously misunderstood effects that sperm RNA has on an embryo – a development that has the potential to change male fertility treatment and fundamentally shift our understanding of the human reproduction process.

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.