About University of Newcastle (Australia)
The University of Newcastle, Australia, offers a diverse range of programs preparing tomorrow’s global leaders. Study in key areas such as health and medicine, business, law, engineering, architecture, science, communications, information technology, design, the arts and education.
Our state-of-the-art facilities include five libraries that together house more than 1.3 millions texts and give access to over 80,000 electronic journals. Cutting-edge gym and sporting facilities, great cafes and entertainment areas, a variety of shops for all your daily needs, and a wide range of health practices allow students to truly live the UON life.
Academically, we understand that your life as a student is ultimately about the career your life will become. This is why around 90% of our graduate programs include the opportunity for a work-integrated learning component. This translates into a high success rate for our graduates, with nearly three quarters of our bachelor degree graduates finding full-time employment within four months of completing their studies.
As one of Australia’s most research-intensive universities hosting more than 1,092 research academics from across the globe, you will learn in an academic environment that encourages analytical thinking and problem solving. It is also home to two leading research institutes: the Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER) and the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI). Like many of our students, you may be inspired to make exciting and valuable discoveries in your field of interest through research. You will be challenged to develop new theories, new solutions and new ways of thinking from the very beginning of your degree.
At the University of Newcastle, we believe in innovative approaches to education – how we continue to deliver world-class educational outcomes. As competition for the best and brightest students increases, the University of Newcastle is ready to meet the education challenges of tomorrow’s world.
From a total student population of 45,000, over 7,000 students have come to the University of Newcastle from over 100 countries outside Australia. This means you’ll not only meet the local community and learn about our country, but have the opportunity to share your experience with others from around the world.
We believe in empowering our students to be truly global citizens, and you’ll leave your time with the University of Newcastle being enriched by more than simply your degree. UON Global is the University’s dedicated international student team, and can be found at our Newcastle, Central Coast and Sydney campuses. Through every question you may have when first considering studying at the University of Newcastle, to accepting your offer and undertaking your studies, you’ll have access to a range of support services designed to make sure your experience with us is the best it can be.
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