The University of Newcastle, Australia

Accept your offer

Congratulations on your offer to study at the University of Newcastle!

Below is information on how you can accept your offer based on the type of student you are.

Undergraduate

Let us know your decision through myHub by accepting, deferring or declining your offer.

Your login details for myHub are:

Username - Your UAC number

Password - Your day and month of birth (DDMM)

If you are a current or enabling University of Newcastle student just use your current student number and password to accept your offer.

Manage your offer

Postgraduate

For instructions on how to accept your offer, please select the option below that matches how you applied to study at the University of Newcastle:

1. Accept, defer or decline your offer

You have seven (7) days to decide whether you wish to accept the offer made to you, or to defer or decline it. Please log in to myHub to register your decision.

Your login details for myHub are:

  • Username - your UAC number
  • Password - your day and month of birth (DDMM)

2. Get your Student Number and Program Code

Please log back in to myHub six hours after accepting your offer using your UAC number and date of birth. Click on 'Student Login Details' and your student number and program code will be displayed. Write this information down as you will need it again.

If you have any questions or need help with accepting your offer, please email admissions@newcastle.edu.au or visit AskUON.

If you have received an offer of admission direct from the University of Newcastle there is no need to formally accept your offer as the Admissions unit has put you straight into your program. The next step is to activate your account. To activate your account you will need your student number and program code, which were included with your offer. Once you have set up your account you will be able to enrol in courses and prepare for study.

If you wish to defer or decline your offer of admission, please contact us at admissions@newcastle.edu.au.

International students

To accept your offer you will need to:

  1. Meet any conditions outlined in your offer letter
  2. Complete and sign the offer acceptance
  3. Return your acceptance to ia@newcastle.edu.au
  4. Make your deposit payment using one of the options outlined below


We recommend that you keep a copy of your acceptance and your deposit payment for your own records.

You can find additional pre-departure information at Before you Leave.

Payment options

The University of Newcastle accepts multiple payment methods for International Student fees. The below outlines the available options for international students to make their deposit. Please note that you should only pay your deposit once you have an unconditional offer. Deposit payment should be made directly to the University.

University of Newcastle Online Payment Portal


We recommend that all students make their payment through the University online payment portal. Payment options available – Visa or MasterCard, Western Union (Global Pay for Students), Flywire.

You can access the online payment portal here.

To make your deposit payment select Student Payments and then International Student Deposit Payment. You will need to enter your details, including your student ID, and select your preferred payment method.

This payment option is for all International and Study Abroad/Exchange Students.

Sponsorship or scholarship


If you are in receipt of a scholarship, please provide a copy of the financial guarantee or sponsor letter with your offer acceptance. Your financial guarantee or sponsor letter should outline the:

  • program being sponsored
  • duration of the scholarship
  • contact information of the sponsor
  • if the payment will be made directly to the University
  • total amount of funds you will receive including:
    • tuition fees
    • living expenses
    • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
    • any other expenses

Sanctions

Please be aware that your payment options may be affected by Australia's sanctions laws. These laws can limit the University's ability to process payments and issue refunds to students from certain countries.

Check the list of sanctioned countries