While the thought of moving away from your hometown to study might seem daunting, we’re here to make this transition as easy as possible.
The University of Newcastle offer students secure, affordable and comfortable accommodation while studying. Whether it’s on-campus accommodation that you're after or a house off-campus for you and your friends, we have an option that will suit you.
If you want to meet lifelong friends, get involved ins social activities, and enjoy countless amenities at your fingertips, on-campus accommodation might be for you. And with nine different residences to choose from across our Callaghan and Ourimbah campuses, you’re sure to find an option right for you.
Accommodation options include private or shared rooms and amenities, fully catered, semi-catered or self-catered living. You’ll have access to 24/7 security, a range of facilities, support, a dedicated Health and Wellbeing Coordinator and our exciting ResLife Program.
If off-campus accommodation is more suitable either by yourself or with friends, we can help you find the right place.
Our off-campus accommodation service offers free advice to students about shared housing and has a database of current rooms, apartments and houses that are available to rent.
Durungaling Hostel provides exclusive accommodation for Indigenous students studying at TAFE or University. To be eligible, applicants must be current students and of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.
This fully catered student accommodation offers 10 single rooms containing a king-size bed, air conditioning and a desk, along with common amenities including shared lounge and dining rooms and study room with four computers.
For more information, contact Stephen Mundine on (02) 4952 4062 or email@example.com
The Indigenous Youth Mobility Pathways Project (IYMP) is part of the Australian Government’s Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS) funded through the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPM&C).
Career Employment Australia (CEA) is operating the Indigenous Youth Mobility Pathways Project (IYMP) and operates the project in 8 locations across Australia.
What is IYMP?
- The project offers young Indigenous people from regional and remote communities the opportunity to move to a host location to participate in further education, training or Australian Apprenticeships.
- These young people actively participate in gaining a qualification which will enable them to develop the skills they need to get a job in their community or elsewhere.
- IYMP addresses the barriers to training, employment and education and provides holistic support to young Indigenous people whilst engaged in the project.
- It is an innovative project designed to inspire, excite, educate and encourage the young people’s passion to achieve and attain their long-term career goals.
For more information, contact IYMP via phone 02 4940 0401 or email IYMPStaff@yarnteen.com.au
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.