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Find out more about our student wellbeing services and how we support those with a disability or medical condition, or their carers.
We know you probably have a lot of questions about university – getting in, what degree to study, what support is available once you’re here. Don’t worry, we’ve put together heaps of webinars to arm you with the information you’ll need.
Find out more about our student wellbeing services and how we support those with a disability or medical condition, or their carers.
Hear from our Student Living team about the range of on-campus accommodation at our Callaghan and Ourimbah campuses.
There are many pathways and entry options to give you the best chance of getting into uni. Join our team of admissions experts and have all your questions answered.
If you're hungry for knowledge and interested in the study of social relationships, structures and issues, then maybe a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Social Science is for you. Turn your passion into a meaningful career by choosing a major that complements your interests.
Our Biomedical Scientists are equipped with the knowledge and skills to improve health outcomes within Australia and across the globe. Your studies will provide a solid foundation in the structure and function of the human body and facilitate practical opportunities to collaborate in scientific investigations.
Biotechnology uses living organisms to modify products for a specific human purpose, such as genetically modified crops or creation of a vaccine. If you’re interested in investigating and experimenting to learn more about living organisms, a Biology major within our Bachelor of Science degree is for you.
NEW Degree: The University of Newcastle’s Bachelor of Business Analytics focuses on emergent issues in business. You’ll develop the skills needed to implement and oversee data-driven business decisions and will offer you a competitive advantage in a rapidly evolving employment market.
Find out about our degrees including Commerce, IT, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, HR, Marketing and many more and how we can help you gain an understanding of global business environments and learn valuable practical skills.
Civil engineers are responsible for the physical infrastructure that enables modern societies to function. As a civil engineering student you will study buildings, highways and railways, tunnels, airports, power generation facilities and harbour facilities.
The coastal and marine environment provides recreation, food, energy, and other resources, and needs to be sustainably managed in the face of an uncertain future. When you study a Bachelor of Coastal and Marine Science you’ll be learning from experts in marine, coastal and ecological fields – giving you practical skills to make a difference to our world.
The Bachelor of Commerce is a practical and flexible degree, with core courses designed to give you a thorough overview of business and commerce environments, before you specialise in Accounting, Economics, or Finance.
NEW Degree: The Bachelor of Climate Science and Adaptation is a specialised degree which will allow you to turn your passion into practice by providing you with fundamental tools to tackle the many challenges associated with quantifying and dealing with climate-related risks.
Find out more about our Arts, Communication, Music and Visual Communication Design degrees and how you can tailor your degree to focus on an area you are passionate about.
If you are interested in how different people interact and the way society operates then join us to find out about our Social Work, Arts, Psychology degrees and much much more.
In this session you will find out more about our Computer Science , IT and Mathematics degrees and how studying one of these degrees will give you access one-of-a-kind programs and cutting-edge facilities.
Construction Managers lead and coordinate all of the design and construction processes including liaising with other consultants and selecting, hiring and supervising various trade contractors.
As advances in communication technology redefine our needs, the demand for visionaries and skilled designers is also projected to grow and expand. The Bachelor of Communication or Bachelor of Visual Communication Design will equip yourself with cutting-edge skills, engage with industries and produce ground-breaking content to shape the world.
University of Newcastle architects don't just learn to design and shape the physical spaces of our cities and buildings; they study how to use architecture to stimulate the places we live and work, engage the community and improve our world.
Development, poverty, inequality and environmental sustainability are some of the most important issues in the world today. Studying and understanding these issues by choosing the Bachelor of Development Studies is the key to creating a better world for future generations.
Join Academics and Student Ambassadors to learn about the Bachelor of Education – Early Childhood and Primary, Primary and Secondary webinar. Discover what you will study throughout the degree, work integrated learning opportunities and career outcomes.
Our Education students gain skills needed to empower future generations and have access to the latest technologies including TeachLIVE simulated classrooms - join us to find out more.
Whether you choose the Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Honours), the Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering (Honours) or the Bachelor of Medical Engineering (Honours) degree, you'll be combining creativity with technology to develop solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges.
Engineers play a critical role in overcoming the challenges our world faces - join us to learn more about what it means to study an engineering degree.
Whether you choose the Bachelor of Aerospace Systems Engineering (Honours), the Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) or the Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) degree, you'll become an engineer capable of solving the world's greatest challenges.
Chemical engineers use their knowledge of the synthesis and processing of chemicals to convert raw material into useful products. If you're interested in electrical and mechanical engineering too - then maybe Renewable Energy Engineering is for you! This degree will equip you to work across the whole spectrum of technologies for renewable energy capture, conversion, storage, delivery and management.
Environmental engineers apply their knowledge of chemistry, geomechanics, hydrology and land surface processes to find solutions for complex environmental problems, such as water pollution and soil erosion.
If you have a passion for science and sustainability, and want to play a part in solving the environmental problems facing our society, the Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management is for you. Our unique region offers vast environmental diversity, providing the perfect environment for you to gain practical experience out in the field.
Our Bachelor of Food Science and Human Nutrition students will apply their knowledge of the physical, biological, and chemical composition of various foods and their effects on the human body. You will study ways to improve food production processes, including nutritional content and design and packaging, and learn how to develop new food products for societal benefits.
Join Academics and Student Ambassadors to learn about our FREE Enabling programs: Newstep, Open Foundation and Yapug. Discover study options, work integrated learning opportunities and career outcomes.
Find out how you can work effectively with local and global communities using Indigenous knowledge systems to respond to ecological, social and economic challenges.
The field of health and medical services is driven by passionate and caring people, motivated to improve, extend, and even save lives - join us to see what opportunities are available for you to experience our state-of-the-art learning facilities and gain extensive practical experience whilst you study.
Find out more about our iLEAD Plus Program, a global-facing leadership program that is tailored to develop a student’s unique capabilities and goals.
Find out more about international student admission requirements and our support services.
Are you interested in using technology to implement solutions to challenges faced by both businesses and society? Come and learn about the differences between the Bachelor of IT, Bachelor of Computer Science and Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours), and find out which degree is the best fit for you!
The Joint Medical Program is delivered jointly by the University of Newcastle and the University of New England. Our unique partnership means students can access the best resources and educators.
Working with real clients at our in-house legal centre, you'll gain the practical experience needed to become a fully qualified lawyer - join us to find out more.
Learn more about the program that aims to inspire, educate and cultivate the next generation of globally aware and socially conscious Australian leaders.
Mathematics is the language of science and underpins most technological advances that we rely on every day. Statistics is about using data to describe, summarise and model the world around us. You will cover Statistics within the Bachelor of Mathematics, or you could choose a Statistics major within the Bachelor of Science.
Hear from Student Ambassadors as they share their journey to uni and how they’ve found the change from work/travel to study!
At the University of Newcastle, we prepare Diagnostic Radiography students for a dynamic career using advanced imaging technology. Learn how to create medical images to diagnose and manage patient health, and combine sophisticated technology with medical expertise to save and improve lives.
Nuclear Medicine graduates from the University of Newcastle are sought after worldwide. In this rewarding and challenging degree, you will learn to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases such as cancer using radioactive substances – giving patients the best chance of living a full and healthy life.
The Radiation Therapy degree at the University of Newcastle is Australia’s leading study program in the discipline. Our graduates are sought after worldwide, working to eradicate cancer using superb medical competence and the world’s most advanced cancer treatment technology.
Midwives are responsible for the care of women, babies and their families prior to pregnancy and during pregnancy, labour, birth and the early infancy period. The University of Newcastle has a holistic approach to the study of midwifery, with an emphasis on health promotion and clinical practice.
Explore your full potential and fast track your music career through practical and creative learning experiences in music, performance, songwriting and sound production.
As a Registered Nurse, you will work in a diverse and fast-paced medical environment to provide quality health care and support to individuals, families and communities. Whichever direction you take your career, when you study a Bachelor of Nursing, you can be sure that you will be making an important contribution to society.
Join us to learn about the support available to elite athletes, including ATAR adjustments and academic flexibility. Find out what defines an ‘elite athlete’ and how you can benefit from representing the University.
Find out more about the Forum Sports and Aquatic Centre on Callaghan Campus and the Forum Health and Wellness Centre in Newcastle's CBD. Discover our sporting clubs and more opportunities to stay fit, healthy and connected on campus.
Nutrition and Dietetics students learn how to use the latest evidence to manage patient health and discover the powerful science of human nutrition. You will play a key role in preventing and combating disease, improving overall health in your community all around the world.
Our Occupational Therapy graduates work worldwide, helping people and communities overcome unique challenges to get the most out of everyday life activities. As an Occupational Therapist, your skills will be invaluable as you work closely with individuals to assess their unique situation, determine goals and put together a plan for success.
Our Oral Health Therapy students graduate with dual qualifications in dental hygiene and dental therapy. Our degree is also the only one in NSW that qualifies you to treat both children and adults, broadening your career options and boosting your employability. When you study to be an oral health professional, you will learn skills in oral health that can make a real difference and shape a healthier future for children and adults.
Join us as we discuss how to apply to uni, our pathway programs and all about our support services available for your child.
There are other pathways into uni if you can’t complete year 12 or don’t get the marks for your dream degree. Join us to find out about all your entry options.
Pharmacy is an exciting and varied career. You'll learn to counsel people on the best use and management of medications and provide advice on the symptoms and treatment of common ailments. Your courses will teach you to prepare medications and educate the community on a variety of health and well-being matters.
The Bachelor of Physiotherapy trains world-class Physiotherapists who can work globally to help individuals of all ages overcome movement disorders caused by injuries, disease and disability. In this rewarding career, you can help restore mobility and quality of life for countless patients.
Based at the University's Central Coast campus, our three-year accelerated Bachelor of Podiatry will prepare you to be career-ready faster than your peers. Help restore a person’s independence and mobility by learning to diagnose, treat, and manage patients’ foot and lower leg problems.
If you are considering making a career change or chasing that next promotion join us for this session to find out more.
Psychology is the scientific study of human behaviour, the human brain and its effect on the way we act and why. This fascinating area of study covers a broad range of areas such as memory, decision-making and developmental studies.
If you want to enhance the health of communities locally and globally, then the Bachelor of Public and Community Health is the ideal degree for you. As the first bachelor degree in the world to embrace 'Big Picture Learning Design', this program allows you to choose what, how and when you learn.
There are over 1,000 individual scholarships available across both academic and social areas. Join us to find out more.
All our degrees incorporate practical training like fieldwork, lab work, and projects with industry partners meaning you'll have plenty of opportunities to help make life-changing discoveries - join us to find out more.
There’s no one type of scientist. Career opportunities are ever-evolving and exciting. You might work in a lab, discovering life-changing scientific breakthroughs. Learn more about some of our key science majors including Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Remediation.
There’s no one type of scientist. Career opportunities are ever-evolving and exciting. You might work in science education, sharing your passion and knowledge with the next generation. Learn more about some of our key science majors including Earth Sciences, Geography and Biodiversity and Conservation.
A degree in Social Work or Speech Pathology provides you with endless opportunities to make a difference to the health and wellbeing of your community.
Join us to find out how our broad range of majors and minors to choose from and the opportunity to enhance your learning through global study opportunities will set you up for a diverse and rewarding career. This study area covers the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Global Indigenous Studies.
Learn more about the opportunities available to travel while you study.
Our Bachelor of Surveying degree is designed to train surveyors capable of meeting the biggest global surveying and town planning challenges. Surveyors specialise in the measurement, management, analysis and display of spatial information describing the Earth and its physical features.
Are you looking at studying a University degree after completing TAFE? Watch our TAFE to Uni webinar.
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.