Newcastle University is a state university founded in Australia in 1965. Approximately 23,000 students are trained in modern teaching methods, making their graduates both practical and academic, and thus they can easily switch to work life after graduating from university. University was ranked 224th according to QS World University rankings and is among the top 250 universities in the Times Higher Education World University rankings. It is ranked 3rd in New South Wales and 9th in Australia. Newcastle University is a member of Innovative Research
Universities Australia (IRU Australia). It is a research partnership with important organizations in the field of health, science, engineering and energy. The University's main and largest campus is located in Callaghanda, just a short distance from Newcastle.
The University also has campuses in Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, Singapore, and Sydney. There is a library, a fully equipped health and fitness centre, a health centre and a dormitory on the campuses. Lessons are taught in English by qualified university professors. Students study with Australian and international students.
Educational programs (bachelor, master and doctorate)
- Architecture and construction
- Accounting and Finance
- Business and Entrepreneurship
- Social Affairs
- Computer Science, Mathematics and Technology
- Education sciences
- Medical sciences
- Natural sciences
- Society and Culture
Required documents :
Passport, diploma or attestation, CV, personal statement and reference letters, English language certificate (IELTS or TOEFL)