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Location : Australia ,New South Wales

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For over 50 years, the University of Newcastle (UON) has delivered education to students from diverse backgrounds, developed professional leaders, and harnessed the capacity of world-class research. Our 2025 vision is to stand as a global leader, distinguished by a commitment to equity and excellence, creating a better future through innovation and impact.


UON is ranked in the top 250 universities globally by Times Higher Education and QS World University Rankings, and has 14 disciplines ranked in the world’s top 200 by QS.


Our degrees ensure graduates are globally competitive and career-ready. Approximately 95 per cent of our undergraduate programs include work-integrated and experiential learning. Our students voted us in the top ten of Australia’s universities for quality teaching, graduate satisfaction and developing skills valued by employers. We’re a leader in Indigenous education through our work at the Wollotuka Institute.


Through our Creative Arts, Business, Law and Education (CABLE), STEMM Enterprises and Global Impact Clusters, our researchers work across disciplines to solve the world’s greatest challenges in the fields of Energy, Resources, Food and Water; Better Health and Healthcare; Future Industries and Strong Cities and Regions. We’re committed to gender equity and are proud to be among the first Australian universities to pilot the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) program. 

We’ve established strong partnerships with government and industry to drive innovation across areas of national and global significance. Our flagship research institutes, the Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER) and the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) deliver cross-disciplinary research translated into word-class innovation. 

The significance of our research is reflected in the Australian Government’s Excellence in Research Australia assessment, which awarded UON the highest possible ‘5’ rating across 22 research fields, placing us in the top eight Australian universities for research quality ‘well above world standard.’

We’re transforming our region with a $10 million Innovation Hub – a precinct for entrepreneurial leadership in traditional and emerging sectors; and the $95 million NeW Space – an education and research precinct.




Senior secondary school qualification
Admission to our undergraduate degree programs usually requires successful completion of a senior secondary school qualification similar to the Higher School Certificate (HSC), the highest educational award in New South Wales schools.
Post-secondary study
Further education like diplomas and university study can also be assessed for admission.
Additional requirements
Some of our programs have additional requirements like an audition, or portfolio.


A number of our postgraduate programs have academic and work experience requirements. You will need to check entry requirements specifically for your chosen program of study.


The University assesses all applications on a case by case basis. Eligibility is competitive with different requirements for a Doctoral Degree (research) and Master of Philosophy (Research)

The University assesses all applications on a case-by-case basis. Applicants whose first language is not English are required to demonstrate meeting the University's English proficiency policy. The most common method of meeting this is an IELTS score of 6.5 overall and no subtest below 6.0. In addition to academic eligibility, offers of admission are made dependent upon there being appropriate supervisory capacity to oversee the proposed research and resources to support it.

It is also recommended that applicants discuss their qualifications with a prospective supervisor. The advice of a prospective supervisor can be considered in the determination of acceptance.


We know students need secure, affordable and comfortable accommodation when they are studying. Whether you’re interested in living on or off campus, we have services to help you.
Temporary accommodation
If you want to live off campus, you may choose to stay at a hostel or hotel for about a week while you find a room or apartment for the school year.
On campus accommodation
More than 900 students, including many international students, live on campus at the University of Newcastle. You will find a diverse community of friends who study, play sports, and relax together. You can choose to live in a private or a shared room, and we can provide your meals or you can cook your own meals. Our nine campus residence buildings are close to class and 20-minutes to town and the beach.
Visit UON Student Living to learn more about living on campus.
Off campus accommodation
If you want to live off campus, there are many rooms, apartments, and houses available for rent around the university.
The university offers assistance in finding off-campus accommodation. 
You can also search for rental properties which are managed by real estate agents on the following websites: or
It is important to know all of the costs and responsibilities of renting off campus accommodation. Here are some good hints and tips on renting a home.
Some families who live near the university host students in their homes for short or long stays. The university arranges each Homestay to ensure that all homes and host families are safe and friendly.
In this program, you will enjoy the comfort of home in Australia. Our host families will provide you meals and include you in their lives. It is a good opportunity to practice language skills and make new friends.
Permanent accommodation
Further to the off-campus database you can also search for rental properties which are managed by real estate agents on the following websites: or


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