UW-Platteville Education Abroad has been helping students from across the United States study at the University of Newcastle (UoN) since 2007. Since then, students from more than 25 universities nationwide have chosen to study abroad in Newcastle...
I learned that its okay to take things slow and take time to be by yourself and going with the flow is sometimes better than having set plans
- University of Wisconsin - River Falls
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I became even more independent while studying abroad and was able to explore the culture and meet new people along the way. The experience was more than worth it. I was not ready to leave Australia when the semester ended, and I wish that I could go back and do it all over again!
- University of Dubuque
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UW-Platteville Education Abroad has been helping students from across the United States study at the University of Newcastle (UoN) since 2007. Since then, students from more than 25 universities nationwide have chosen to study abroad in Newcastle, Australia through UW-Platteville Education Abroad. Today, students can study at UoN for:
an academic year
a fall semester
a spring semester
UoN is an Australian public university established in 1965 comprised of five campuses. Conducting groundbreaking research in health and medicine, science and engineering, and energy and the environment, UoN consistently ranks in the top ten universities for research. And with a total enrollment of about 36,000, the 7,500 international students from 115 countries bring a unique international perspective to UoN.Callaghan, the main and largest campus, is located in the Newcastle suburb of Callaghan, just seven miles from Newcastle city. The campus is comprised of over 345 acres of natural bushland and includes university buildings and lecture halls, sporting fields, a sports and aquatic center, and four residence halls. Newcastle city, which is easily reached by train from the UoN campus, has a population of over 155,000 and offers a range of shops, restaurants, pubs, cafes, museums, galleries, and nightlife. In addition, Sydney is just 101 miles, or two hours by train, away and can be easily been reached for a day or weekend trip.To learn more about the University of Newcastle, visit: http://www.newcastle.edu.au/.
Study abroad in Australia through UW-Platteville Education Abroad—If not now, when? Your Australian adventure awaits!