Explore our wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees, as well as our enabling programs and diplomas, and enjoy the exciting career opportunities ahead.
The University of Newcastle is home to some of the world’s best researchers.
Our teams have won national and international awards for their work in engineering, cancer prevention, education, humanities, Indigenous studies and more.
These accolades recognise their contributions to the advancement of new knowledge and the calibre of talent we have here at the University.
A successful career after graduation is the end game. Access practical tips on connecting with industry, building a strong job application and generally making yourself more employable. You can also see at a glance what jobs are available via CareerHub.
Academic skills are essential for success at university, but many students need help to develop these skills.
Academic Learning Support can help you with skills such as planning your study, reading and notetaking for assignments, or academic writing.
We also help students to improve their maths and stats skills.
You can get expert advice from a Learning Advisor, study with other students in PASS, or get help any time with your assignments from Studiosity.
Student Living is the University of Newcastle’s award-winning accommodation precinct at Callaghan and Ourimbah campuses. Home to over 1,800 students from all over the world, our nine residences offer a variety of living options. Whether you're looking for your own apartment or a shared room, private or common facilities, if you want to cook for yourself or have your meals served - we've got it all here!
Our Library is the heart of the University—a vibrant space where people gather, learn and most importantly, come together as a community. You can support the Library by leaving a gift in your will, donating to the Vera Deacon Regional History Fund, by making a unique gift, or speak to us about bespoke options.
Information technology (IT) lies at the heart of a modern education and at the University of Newcastle you have access to world-class IT infrastructure and services.
Students at all campuses – including if you are studying remotely – can connect with the University’s suite of computer accounts, and have free access to cutting-edge software and cloud storage.
If you’re on-campus, there are thousands of computers and devices available for your use, as well as wireless and wired networks.
The health and safety of students, whether on campus or undertaking study related activities off campus, is extremely important at the University of Newcastle: To help the University manage and respond to health and safety incidents and issues, it is essential all injuries, illnesses, hazards and near misses are reported as soon as possible.
If you notice a hazard, witness or are involved in an incident or sustain an injury, please report it in AIMS, the University's online incident reporting system.
Explore our beautiful campuses and discover what it’s like to study at the University of Newcastle. Let our tour guides walk you through the must-see teaching and learning spaces on campus, then dive deeper into some of our other fantastic locations.
More than just a place to get your education, the University is a community.
Whether you’re after a bite to eat, unique cultural experiences, a group or team to join, or just a quiet place to do a bit of late-night study, the University is home to world-class spaces and venues.
The University is also easily accessible by a wide range of transport options, with support in place to ensure everyone is confident getting around our campuses.
With over 100 registered clubs and societies, there’s bound to be a group of like-minded people for you to meet and bond with. It's never too late to join a club (or ten); we'd love for you to get in touch with the clubs that interest you, check out their events and become a member or executive of their community!
Starting a Student Club or Society
Or, if you don’t see a club that sparks your interest, you can always start a new club and be supported by (and find more info at) the University of Newcastle Students’ Association (UNSA), or NUsport (Sporting Clubs).
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