The University of Newcastle (UoN)

Bachelor of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering (Honours)

The University of Newcastle (UoN)

Institution
Institution Title :
The University of Newcastle (UoN)
Local Title :
The University of Newcastle (UoN), The University of Newcastle Language Centre, Sydney
Institution Type :
Government
Country :
Australia
Location :
New South Wales  2308
Website :
https://www.newcastle.edu.au
Total Number of Students :
7800
Institution Cricos Code :
00109J
Course
Course Title :
Bachelor of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering (Honours)
Program :
Bachelor Honours Degree of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Technology
Level :
Bachelor Honours Degree
Faculty :
Engineering and Related Technologies
Broad Field :
Engineering and Related Technologies
Narrow Field :
Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Technology
Detailed Field :
Electrical Fitting, Electrical Mechanics
Foundation Studies :
No
Work Component :
Yes
Course Language :
English
Duration (Weeks) :
260 weeks
Tuition Fees Range :
205,181 AUD (Non Tuition Fee: 1,634 AUD)
Dual Qualification :
Yes
Course Cricos Code :
111309M
Further information :

Dual Qualification: Yes
2nd Qualification Broad Field: 03 - Engineering and Related Technologies
2nd Qualification Narrow Field: 0313 - Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Technology
2nd Qualification Detailed Field: 031305 - Computer Engineering

Work Component: Yes
Work Component Hours/Week: 35.00
Work Component Weeks: 12
Work Component Total Hours: 420
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Address :
University Drive
CALLAGHAN
New South Wales  2308
Title: University of Newcastle

The University of Newcastle (UON), is an Australian public university established in 1965. It’s primary campus is in Newcastle, New South Wales. The University also operates campuses in Ourimbah, Port Macquarie, and Sydney CBD.

In 2003, the University of Newcastle, together with five other Australian universities (Macquarie, La Trobe, Flinders, Griffith and Murdoch) established Innovative Research Universities Australia (IRUA).

UON consists of 3 Colleges and 20 schools with over 37,000 students.

Colleges

The College of Engineering, Science and Environment 

  • School of Architecture and Built Environment
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Environmental and Life Sciences
  • School of Information and Physical Sciences
  • School of Psychological Sciences

The College of Health, Medicine and Wellbeing 

  • School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of Medicine and Public Health
  • School of Nursing and Midwifery

The College of Human and Social Futures

  • Newcastle Business School
  • Newcastle Law School
  • School of Education
  • School of Humanities, Creative Industries and Social Sciences

Rankings

UON is Ranked 197 in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2022 and has 14 subjects ranked in the top 200 in the world in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021.

  • No 10 in Australia and 177th in the World for Life Sciences and Medicine

  • No 12 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Architecture and Built Environment

  • No 10 in Australia and 251-300th in the World for Biological Sciences

  • No 15 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Education & Training

  • No 10 in Australia and 201-250th in the World for Chemical Engineering

  • No 11 in Australia and 51-100th in the World for Civil & Structural Engineering

  • No 14 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Electrical & Electronic Engineering

  • No 7 in Australia and 23rd in the World for Mineral & Mining Engineering

  • No 10 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Linguistics

  • No 9 in Australia and 132 in the World for Medicine

  • No 8 in Australia and 36 in the World for Nursing

  • No 11 in Australia and 201-250th in the World for Pharmacy

  • No 15 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Psychology

  • No 12 in Australia and 101-150th in the World for Sociology

  • No 17 in Australia and 101-120th in the World for Sports related programs

  • No 12 in Australia and 151-200th in the World for Statistics

Campuses

Callaghan Campus

The original campus for the University of Newcastle, Callaghan is a beautiful mix of award-winning, architecturally designed buildings sitting across 140 hectares in a natural setting. The relaxed campus environment allows you to study free from distraction.

The University is equipping this campus with infrastructure that will meet the needs of our students, staff and researchers well into the future. This ongoing investment in state-of-the-art buildings and facilities will attract the best and brightest students, researchers, academic and professional staff. A campus-wide, fibre-optic network provides excellent access to specialist and public online service.

Newcastle City Campus

The University of Newcastle plays an important part in the renewed sense of vibrancy in the Newcastle CBD and it’s Newcastle City campus is very much at the centre of the city's burgeoning arts scene.

NUspace harnesses the latest in technology and innovation in teaching and learning to deliver a world-class student experience by engaging students in new and exciting ways. At Honeysuckle, Q Building provides state-of-the-art facilities for the School of Creative Industries (SOCI) and the Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) Hub and strengthens the University’s presence in the Newcastle CBD.

The University’s Conservatorium of Music (part of the School of Creative Industries) is located in the Newcastle City campus. Its premier Concert Hall is a much-loved performance venue for local, interstate and international artists.

Also at the city campus are the Newcastle Legal Centre and Newcastle Graduate School of Business which are located in NUspace. The University’s student art gallery, the Watt Space Gallery, is located in the recently refurbished Northumberland House, directly across the road from University House.

Ourimbah Campus

Ourimbah campus is proud to celebrate over 30 years of world-class teaching, learning and research. During this time, a strong community of career-ready students has flourished, with the campus shaping graduates into key members of the local area - and the world.

Situated just two minutes from the M1 Pacific Motorway, Ourimbah campus is conveniently located and provides a range of flexible courses to suit a busy, modern lifestyle.

This state-of-the-art facility is also home to the Hunter TAFE Ourimbah campus, the Central Coast Community College and local businesses - all of whom contribute to a diverse and growing community.

Gosford Campus

The University of Newcastle’s Central Coast Clinical School is a nation-leading health, medicine and wellbeing teaching and education facility, operating alongside the Central Coast Research Institute.

Launched in 2021, these facilities focus on integrated healthcare, medical education, research and innovation in addressing the health needs of the local population.

The University's long-standing reputation for excellence in clinical healthcare education is further strengthened by the School’s location within the Gosford Hospital’s Health and Wellbeing Precinct.

The Clinical School supports the University’s links with the local health sector through a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach. In partnership with the Central Coast Local Health District, the Clinical School graduates medical, nursing and allied health practitioners who have trained in real hospital settings, alongside leading clinical practitioners and medical experts. Situated alongside the Central Coast Research Institute in Integrated care (a joint University of Newcastle and Central Coast Local Health District facility), the school is well situated to take advantage of the leading research experts to embed research and research innovation into the student experience.

Clinical School spaces incorporate state-of-the-art experiential learning facilities, wet and dry labs, practice consult rooms, tutorial rooms and individual and group study spaces. Students studying at the Clinical School have access to the wide range of services and support provided by the University. This includes on-campus student information and advice, dedicated Indigenous support centre, library, individual and collaborative study spaces, recreational spaces and activities, student kitchen, parenting and prayer rooms and access to food outlets.

Port Macquarie

The University of Newcastle is changing it’s offerings at the Port Macquarie campus to focus on postgraduate and research delivery, working collaboratively with the Mid North Coast Local Health District and regional stakeholders.

Sydney campus

The University of Newcastle Sydney Campus is located in purpose-built premises on Elizabeth Street. This easily accessible, central location in the heart of the Sydney CBD provides world-class facilities and services that support innovation in learning and a next generation experience for students and staff.

Sydney Campus is a rapidly growing educational centre of excellence for both international and domestic students, offering a range of flexible study options, from Undergraduate to Postgraduate programs as well as ELICOS English Language Courses, all within a friendly, supportive environment.

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