Hi , Welcome to Open Day On-Demand!

While you might have missed our Open Week Online, you haven't missed out on the chance to catch up on our information sessions.

You can still watch any session recording through Open Day On-Demand, and even better, you can do it at a time that suits you. Simply visit the webinars page and filter by your area of interest.

While you might have missed our Open Week Online, you haven't missed out on the chance to catch up on our information sessions.

You can still watch any session recording through Open Day On-Demand, and even better, you can do it at a time that suits you. Simply visit the webinars page and filter by your area of interest.

Stuff you should watch

Getting in

What if you didn’t get the marks you need to get into the degree you want?

What if you’re not coming straight from high school? Wondering if you can get credit for the TAFE course you’ve already completed? Getting into uni might seem pretty stressful. But it shouldn’t. We’ve got heaps of admission schemes, entry help and free pathway programs to help you find your path to uni.

Your Guide to Getting into Uni

Your Guide to Getting into Uni

We offer many pathways and entry options to give you the best chance of getting into uni

Find out more

Uni life

While your education should be the primary focus during your time at the University of Newcastle, finding the right study-life balance is also important.

This is where you’ll find all the information on what student life is like. From the services and support on campus, to the clubs and societies you can join, to where you can go for a hot drink between classes or a cold one after, to the activities, festivals and events hosted here…the list goes on. So, take a look through and picture yourself here.

Student lifestyle

Student lifestyle

More than 148,000 students have called Newcastle their home. And why wouldn't you want to? Our laid-back lifestyle, picture perfect beaches and thriving arts scene are just some of the reasons to love Newy.

Learn more

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.