UNIVERSITY of Newcastle Australia, ranked among the top 200 universities in the world, will be in Brunei to brief students about opportunities in Australia and scholarships for undergraduates and post graduates.
Located on the sunny East Coast of New South Wales, Newcastle is one of the world’s most beautiful coastal cities. Rated top five for ‘Most Liveable City in The World’ by Lonely Planet Guide, the University of Newcastle Australia has attracted thousands of international students every year. Newcastle is perfect for students wishing to study in a conducive environment with easy access to Australia’s other must-see destinations.
The University of Newcastle is a world-class university with 15 subjects and ranked top 200 in the world in the recent 2018 QS Ranking. The university is also home to over 40,000 students and is well known for being Australia’s Top 10 research income powerhouse.
“We have successfully placed Bruneian scholars at Newcastle Australia and the feedback has been exceedingly positive. Nothing beats sunshine with a dash of Vitamin Sea,” said General Manager at James Hon Brunei Delon Hon. “My colleague from Newcastle Australia will be happy to share some popular courses to future Bruneian scholars and loan scheme recipient.”
Hon added there are several scholarships available for privately funded students. “Tuition fees start from about AUD27,000 and my advice is for students to take advantage of generous scholarships and low Australian dollars.”
The University of Newcastle offers over 200 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across five faculties namely Business and Law, Education and Arts, Engineering and Built Environment, Health and Medicine, Science and IT. With their recent expansion at both onshore and offshore, students can now pursue Newcastle Australia’s degree either in Newcastle’s main Callaghan campus, Sydney CBD campus, Central Coast campus or Singapore campus.
Newcastle Australia will give presentations about ‘Study in Australia’ and also ‘Post Study Career Opportunities in Newcastle.’ Students are encouraged to bring their GCE ‘A’ and ‘O’ Levels to be assessed for immediate entry into their February or July 2019 intakes. Newcastle Australia will be at James Hon Kiulap office today and tomorrow from 2pm-6pm.