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Welcome to UON Singapore - a campus of the University of Newcastle, Australia.

The University of Newcastle is a research-intensive University and ranked in the top 200 of the world’s universities[1] and the top 8 in Australia for ‘well above world standard’[2]. We are committed to solving the world's problems aligned with our core values of equity, excellence, engagement and sustainability.

The University of Newcastle (UON) Singapore is the Asia Pacific hub of the University. We deliver highest quality programs and undertake collaborative research in partnerships with education institutions in Singapore and across the regions.

We are committed to deliver outstanding and inspiring student experience and to ensure our graduates possess the skills, knowledge, competencies, and attitude to meet the challenges of future works. Over the years, we have graduated more than 6,000 graduates from 39 countries, and our alumni are making meaningful and lasting contributions to businesses and wider community in Singapore and worldwide. We are proud of our role in preparing world-class graduates for Singapore and the region.

As globally and socially committed institution, we also forge partnerships and networks for our students and staff to enable them to contribute their knowledge and expertise and to drive multidisciplinary research to address significant global issues. The UON Singapore will continue to play a pivotal role in leveraging the University’s excellence in research and innovation by developing mutually beneficial relationships and partnerships with the industry, public and private institutions, and the wider community.

The spirit of looking to the future to imagine and then realise possibilities is at the essence of the University of Newcastle: our motto is ‘I look ahead’.

Please contact us for further information about UON Singapore.

Yours sincerely,
Professor Caroline Chan
Pro Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer
UON Singapore Pte Ltd

[1] QS World University Rankings 2021
[2] Excellence in Research Australia 2018