The University of Newcastle

Campuses: 
Newcastle
Location: 
Established: 
1965
Student Population: 
35,500
CRICOS: 
00109J
  • Newcastle students working on the beach. Photo credit: University of NewcastleNewcastle students working on the beach. Photo credit: University of Newcastle

Newcastle, Australia’s sixth largest city, is on the New South Wales coast some two hours train ride from Sydney. The University of Newcastle was founded in 1965 and operates at two main campuses. Callaghan is the largest, some 12km outside the centre of Newcastle. 

The University offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications, including professional programmes such as law, architecture, teaching, engineering, surveying, social work and nursing. It also offers courses in other subjects including computing, fine art, mathematics, science, modern languages, classics, nutrition and dietetics, sociology and anthropology, economics, history, business, philosophy and communications.

For more information about this university or its courses please contact a Study Options advisor.

Application forms for undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the University of Newcastle are available here.