Key statistics

Total UG Students Total PG Students International Student Student Faculty Ratio
14,856 6,218 22% 29:3

 

The University of New England (UNE) is a public university in Australia with approximately 22,500 higher education students.

 Its original and main campus is located in the city of Armidale in northern central New South Wales. The region in general and Armidale in particular are renowned for friendly communities, historic buildings, picturesque scenery, rich Australian culture, sporting facilities, entertainment venues, educational excellence and a wide variety of shopping outlets. Armidale has a relaxed atmosphere and a low cost of living, while still offering all the facilities students would expect.

 UNE was the first Australian university established outside a state capital city.

The University of New England is a regionally based, globally networked university that is renowned for the quality of its student experience and the excellence of its research.

 It  was founded with a mission to provide access to education and research for the regional community. Through this enduring partnership the University continues to contribute to the region’s economic, social and cultural development and innovation.

 The University  has a proud history of undertaking high quality research and producing valuable research outcomes. It is dedicated to identifying and delivering innovations of value to society and industry, in Australia and internationally, with a particular emphasis on inter-disciplinary research for tackling complex problems in rural and regional Australia.

Notable Alumini:

            Douglas Daft, former global CEO of Coca-Cola

•           Sir Zelman Cowen, the 19th Governor-General of Australia

•           Jock R. Anderson, professor and agricultural economist at the World Bank

•           Bernie Fraser, former governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia

•           Catherine King – ecotoxicologist, Antarctic researcher

•           Katherine Calder, 2010 Winter Olympics cross-country skier

•           Roy Masters, AM, sports journalist and former rugby league football coach

English requirements:

An IELTS (Academic) overall score of at least 6.0 with no sub-band less than 5.5;

Any courses with a minimum English language requirement higher than the standard minimum requirement shall be detailed below:

Courses in Education

An IELTS (Academic) overall score of at least 7.5 including a minimum result of 8.0 in both the speaking and listening modules and 7.0 in reading and writing; or

Master of Education (Coursework) - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) specialisation

An IELTS (Academic) overall score of at least 7.0 with no sub-bands less than 6.5;

Courses in Law

An IELTS (Academic) overall score of at least 7.0, with a minimum sub-band of 7.0 for writing and no other sub-band less than 6.5,

Courses in Nursing

An IELTS (Academic) overall score of 6.5 with no sub-band score less than 6.0

Courses in Pharmacy

An IELTS (Academic) overall score of at least 7.0 with a minimum score of 7.0 in speaking and listening and 6.0 in reading and writing.

All Higher Degrees by Research and Master of Scientific Studies

An IELTS(Academic) overall score of at least 6.5 with no sub-band score less than 6.0

When an IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score is used to demonstrate English proficiency, that score must have been attained within two years of the date of application for admission.

Undergraduate Academic Entry Requirements

For direct admission into undergraduate courses offered by UNE you must have completed an educational qualification considered to be at least equivalent to completion of Year 12 in Australia.

Successful completion of the All India Senior School Certificate or the Indian School Certificate with an overall grade average of 60% in the best 4 academic subjects.

Postgraduate Academic Entry Requirements

To qualify for admission into UNE postgraduate programs you must have completed an educational qualification considered to be at least comparable to an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) bachelor degree.

Research Entry Requirements:

a) satisfies the HDR coordinator that they have relevant experience in an education institution or in education services delivery; and

(b) has a degree of Master (AQF Level 9) or equivalent with at least 25% research component; or

(c) has a degree of Bachelor Honours (AQF Level 8) with at least upper second class honours or equivalent; or

(d) has a degree at AQF Level 8 or AQF Level 9 or equivalent and has adequate research preparation since graduation. Adequate research preparation may be gained by an approved academic course, professional training, durng an occupation or through peer reviewed publications; or

(e) has previously undertaken work of sufficiently high standard towards a higher degree by research (AQF Level 9 or 10) in the University but not have submitted it for any degree; and

(f) has produced documented evidence of capacity to undertake work at EdD level

Undergraduate
 
Advanced Diploma in Arts
 
Advanced Diploma in Legal Studies
 
Advanced Diploma in Local, Family and Applied History
 
Advanced Diploma in Science
 
Associate Degree in Agrifood Systems
 
Associate Degree in Teaching (Pacific Focus)
 
Bachelor of Accounting
 
Bachelor of Agribusiness
 
Bachelor of Agricultural and Resource Economics
 
Bachelor of Agriculture
 
Bachelor of Agriculture/Bachelor of Business
 
Bachelor of Agriculture/Bachelor of Laws
 
Bachelor of Agrifood Systems
 
Bachelor of Animal Science
 
Bachelor of Arts
 
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business
 
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws
 
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science
 
Bachelor of Audiometry
 
Bachelor of Biomedical Science
 
Bachelor of Business
 
Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Economics
 
Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Laws
 
Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology
 
Bachelor of Community Services
 
Bachelor of Computer Science
 
Bachelor of Computer Science/Bachelor of Laws
 
Bachelor of Criminology
 
Bachelor of Criminology/ Bachelor of Laws
 
Bachelor of Economics
 
Bachelor of Economics/Bachelor of Laws
 
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Teaching)
 
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary)
 
Bachelor of Education (In-service Conversion)
 
Bachelor of Education (K-12 Teaching)
 
Bachelor of Education (K-6 Teaching)
 
Bachelor of Education (Pacific Focus)
 
Bachelor of Education (Primary)
 
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Arts)
 
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Mathematics)
 
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Music)
 
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Science)
 
Bachelor of Educational Studies
 
Bachelor of Engineering Technology
 
Bachelor of Environmental Science
 
Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Laws
 
Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science
 
Bachelor of GeoScience
 
Bachelor of Health Practice
 
Bachelor of Health Practice/Bachelor of Community Services
 
Bachelor of Historical Inquiry and Practice
 
Bachelor of International Studies
 
Bachelor of International and Language Studies
 
Bachelor of Languages
 
Bachelor of Languages and International Business
 
Bachelor of Laws (3 Years)
 
Bachelor of Laws (4 Years)
 
Bachelor of Media and Communications
 
Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine
 
Bachelor of Music
 
Bachelor of Nursing
 
Bachelor of Organisational Leadership
 
Bachelor of Pharmacy with Honours
 
Bachelor of Plant Science
 
Bachelor of Psychological Science
 
Bachelor of Psychology with Honours
 
Bachelor of Rural Science
 
Bachelor of Science
 
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Laws
 
Bachelor of Scientific Studies
 
Bachelor of Social Science
 
Bachelor of Social Work
 
Bachelor of Special Education (Primary)/Bachelor of Disability Studies
 
Bachelor of Sustainability
 
Bachelor of Theatre and Performance
 
Bachelor of Training and Development
 
Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning
 
Bachelor of Zoology
 
Diploma in Agriculture
 
Diploma in Arts
 
Diploma in Business
 
Diploma in Community Welfare and Wellbeing
 
Diploma in Educational Studies
 
Diploma in Modern Languages
 
Diploma in Music Skills
 
Diploma in Music Technology
 
Diploma in Professional Communication
 
Diploma in Prosecution and Advocacy
 
Diploma in Science
 
Diploma in Town Planning
 
Bachelor Honours
 
Bachelor of Agribusiness with Honours
 
Bachelor of Arts with Honours
 
Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology with Honours
 
Bachelor of Computer Science with Honours
 
Bachelor of Criminology with Honours
 
Bachelor of Economics with Honours
 
Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science with Honours
 
Bachelor of International Studies with Honours
 
Bachelor of Media and Communications with Honours
 
Bachelor of Medical Science with Honours
 
Bachelor of Music with Honours
 
Bachelor of Nursing with Honours
 
Bachelor of Science with Honours
 
Bachelor of Social Science with Honours
 
 
Postgraduate
 
Graduate Certificate in Accounting
 
Graduate Certificate in Acute Care Nursing
 
Graduate Certificate in Agribusiness
 
Graduate Certificate in Agriculture
 
Graduate Certificate in Applied Economics
 
Graduate Certificate in Applied Leadership in Positive Education
 
Graduate Certificate in Applied Linguistics
 
Graduate Certificate in Arts
 
Graduate Certificate in Business
 
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education and Teaching
 
Graduate Certificate in Disability Management
 
Graduate Certificate in Education Studies
 
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Science
 
Graduate Certificate in Health Management
 
Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management
 
Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
 
Graduate Certificate in Management
 
Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Practice
 
Graduate Certificate in NDIS Business Development
 
Graduate Certificate in Planning and Management of Natural Hazards
 
Graduate Certificate in Public Accounting
 
Graduate Certificate in Research Methods in Health and Social Care
 
Graduate Certificate in Science
 
Graduate Certificate in eLearning
 
Graduate Diploma in Accounting
 
Graduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics
 
Graduate Diploma in Counselling
 
Graduate Diploma in Disability Management
 
Graduate Diploma in Economics
 
Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies
 
Graduate Diploma in Health Management
 
Graduate Diploma in Information Technology
 
Graduate Diploma in Local, Family and Applied History
 
Graduate Diploma in Management
 
Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Practice
 
Graduate Diploma in Planning and Management of Natural Hazards
 
Graduate Diploma in Psychology
 
Graduate Diploma in Psychology (Advanced)
 
Graduate Diploma in Public Accounting
 
Graduate Diploma in Science
 
Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning
 
Master of Applied Leadership in Positive Education
 
Master of Applied Linguistics
 
Master of Applied Theatre Studies
 
Master of Arts
 
Master of Business Administration
 
Master of Commerce (Public Accounting)
 
Master of Computer Science
 
Master of Counselling
 
Master of Economic and Regional Development
 
Master of Economics
 
Master of Education
 
Master of Environmental Science and Management
 
Master of Health Management
 
Master of History
 
Master of Information Technology
 
Master of Information Technology (Business)
 
Master of International Business
 
Master of Laws
 
Master of Mental Health Practice
 
Master of Natural Resource Governance
 
Master of Nursing
 
Master of Nursing Practice
 
Master of Planning and Management of Natural Hazards
 
Master of Professional Accounting
 
Master of Professional Psychology
 
Master of Psychology (Clinical)
 
Master of Science in Agriculture
 
Master of Scientific Studies
 
Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying)
 
Master of Strategic Organisational Development and Human Resource Management
 
Master of Teaching (Primary)
 
Master of Teaching (Secondary)
 
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
 
 
Postgraduate Research
 
Doctor of Education
 
Doctor of Industries and Professions
 
Doctor of Philosophy
 
Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology)
 
Master of Education (Research)
 
Master of Environmental Science (Research)
 
Master of Laws (Research)
 
Master of Philosophy
 
Master of Rural Science
 
Master of Science
 
 

Living at UNE

Flexible on-campus accommodation

Deciding where to live during your time at University is a big decision. UNE’s graduates consistently rate their time at a UNE residential college as ‘the experience of a lifetime’. The UNE residential experience is at the heart of your UNE study and together they make up a distinctly different qualification that prepares you for life, not just work.

There are some great reasons to live on campus when you study with UNE:

•             It’s cheaper to live on campus than it is to rent in town (when you consider all of the extra costs).

•             Live on campus and all of your utility bills are taken care of – that includes free, unlimited Wi-Fi and all of your heating.

•             Choose to look after your own food or opt for one of our catered options

•             Academic and social support are right there to help you reach your potential

•             Convenient location to the academic campus, sporting and social activities

•             ACER Research has demonstrated that students who chose to live on-campus perform better academically, adjust to University life better and are far more likely to complete their University studies successfully.

Choosing to live in one of UNE’s residential colleges not only saves you money, it puts you in the ideal position to enjoy the living and learning experience to the fullest. Both socially and academically, you are right at the heart of the action

 There are over 2000 places available throughout  nine residential communities. Each of the eight existing colleges has its own distinct character and traditions, or you have the chance to be one of the first students to shape the culture of our new residential college, Wright College, opening this year, providing a further choice in independent, self-catered living.

All students living in UNE accommodation for at least one trimester sign an Accommodation Residential Agreement. The Agreement outlines the conditions of acceptance of a place in a UNE residence, such as the admissions process, fee payment, withdrawal processes and any penalties that may apply.

 Students living on campus must also accept the UNE Residential Colleges Code of Conduct. For further information on anything to do with living on campus and how to apply visit: http://www.une.edu.au/campus-life/uneaccommodation

Off Campus Living

College accommodation may not suit everyone. If you would prefer to live off-campus, Uni4Me can help you find shared accommodation, private board and local rentals in Armidale.

When considering off-campus living you should take into account the terms/duration of tenancy agreements including costs such as bond, wifi, furniture, power, water as well as transport arrangements and costs to and from campus.

OFF-CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

 Smith House is conveniently located in the centre of Armidale and offers temporary and long term accommodation for students.

Each room contains a bed, desk, wardrobe and telephone. Rooms are cleaned once a week and there is also free internet access. Residents share cooking, laundry and bathroom facilities. Single rooms start at AUD110 per week and double rooms start at AUD180 per week.

More information can be found on their website at http://www.smithhouse.com.au/

Armidale offers various other off-campus accommodation options for students including fully catered lodging, boarding houses, share houses and private rental properties.

 In general, the availability of houses and units for rent in Armidale is good. However, if you are interested in rental accommodation you need to be aware that during the 4-6 weeks before trimester commences there is a much higher demand for housing and this may mean you will take longer time to find suitable accommodation. When deciding to rent a house or unit, you need to consider whether you will live on your own or with other people, and also the cost of setting up a house, which will include a bond (equal to 4 weeks rent), furniture, electricity connection, phone connection and other setup costs.

Australia Awards Scholarships: The Australian Awards are international scholarships and fellowships funded by the Australia Government with the aim of contributing to the long term development needs of Australia’s partner countries.       

Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships

PVCR Completion Scholarship     

UNE International Postgraduate Research Award (UNE IPRA)       

UNE PVCR International Postgraduate Agricultural Research Award (UNE PIPARA)              

World Climate Change Challenge Scholarship Program

Honours Year Scholarships

Keith & Dorothy Mackay Honours Scholarship     

Pork CRC Honours Awards

               


Quick Facts


INSTITUYION TYPEPUBLIC

FOUNDING YEAR1938

CAMPUSRURAL

FEES

Fees may vary from 23,800 AUD$ TO 30,000 AUD$ annually . It depends on your course.

COST OF LIVING

If you are coming to study on campus at Armidale, you should allow AUD18,000 for living expenses for each year of your studies. The cost of living will vary depending on the type of accommodation you choose. You also need to consider costs for things such as transport, laundry, recreation and entertainment. You should ensure that you have enough money to cover the cost of your study without having to supplement your income by taking part-time or vacation employment.

UNIVERSITY WEBSITE

http://www.une.edu.au


RANKING OF UNIVERSITIES


QS World University Ranking  :: 801-1000

QS Australia University Ranking :: 33

Academic  Ranking of World Universities (ARWU )  ::  701-800

U.S News & World Report(USN)   ::  691


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