Australia’s second oldest city is full of surprises when it comes to beautifully diverse buildings and architectural gems.Newcastle is Australia’s seventh largest city and is only 160kms north of Sydney. Perched between a working harbor and beautiful beaches, this cosmopolitan city is vibrant and bursting with energy and creativity.
Some of the most awesome places like; world-class wineries in the Hunter Valley (one of Australia’s major wine regions), the Barrington Tops (a world-heritage listed rainforest) and Lake Macquarie (Australia’s largest saltwater lake), make Newcastle an easy getaway for a weekend or longer stay.
The thriving cultural life of Novocastrians is influenced with more than 30 art galleries in and around the city with emerging food scene in great restaurants, bars and outdoor cafés around the city.The stunning city of Newcastle is easily accessible by air with several flights departing daily, rail, boat, interstate and local coach services offering a range of local public transport services.
The beaches of Newcastle are the major highlight for surfers and wave chasers. For those with a light touch of the beach life, the beautiful soft yellow sand and the miles of sparkling coastline are ideal for nature walks, family picnics and the wildlife- rich habitat of kangaroos, koalas, geckos, and more intriguing animal life.
Studying in Newcastle is an awesome experience. The University of Newcastle, Australia, is a world-class university, located only 12 kilometers from the beaches and the heart of Newcastle.
The internationally recognised degrees, state of the art facilities, long placements and links with industry equip international students with the skills, experience and networks to get a job when they graduate. This prestigious university is ranked among the top three per cent of the world’s universities, according to both the Times Higher Education World University and QS World University Rankings.
Apply to study in University of Newcastle for the February 2017 intake through Uniserv today.