Study an undergraduate degree
Your journey to new starts here. The challenges of tomorrow will require diverse perspectives and novel ideas, and an undergraduate degree at the University of Newcastle is your chance to gain insights that will launch your thinking. Whether you’re fresh out of school and ready for what’s next, or further down the road and looking to change course, studying one of over 100 undergraduate degrees will open up an incredible future for you.
An undergraduate degree is your first degree. Can't find what you're looking for below? Make sure you have a look at our full list of undergraduate degrees.
A postgraduate program is a pathway to further the knowledge gained in an undergraduate degree. Can't find what you're looking for below? Make sure you have a look at our full list of postgraduate programs.
These individual courses form part of your undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
Browse degrees by study area
New is filled with opportunities—in every field, in any direction. The University of Newcastle offers a wide range of study areas to pursue your passion. Explore them and discover what excites you most. And if you can’t decide on just one, you may have the option to combine degrees and end up with two qualifications. Where will new take you?
Bachelor of Business
Dynamic, flexible and industry-engaged. Gain practical skills that are highly valued by employers, and have the opportunity to participate in international immersion trips and student exchange.
Bachelor of Arts
Enrich your mind, diversify your skills and safeguard your future with our new work-ready arts degree. Flexible study options, choose from 14 majors, 21 minors and 100s of courses in arts and humanities.
Bachelor of Psychological Science
140% projected career growth, 1000% rewarding. 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.
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Have questions about applying for an undergraduate course through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC)? Grace, a current UON student, has some helpful tips.
Other entry pathways
If you don’t think you meet the requirements to get straight into your degree or haven't studied in a while we provide other entry pathways to get in.
We have over 100 scholarships available which support around 1000 new students at the University of Newcastle per year.
Combined degrees, also called dual degrees or double degrees, are a great option to increase your qualifications and boost your employability.