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Academic Year

Courses with Locals in Multiple Disciplines - University of Newcastle

University of Newcastle

Academic Year 1 2016 (Feb 7, 2016 to Nov 26, 2016)
Catalog Code: INWY3116

ISA Newcastle semester and year programs allow students to select courses from a wide variety of fields of study allowing their study abroad experience to fit their individual academic needs. Courses are conducted through the University of Newcastle with are taught in English by University of Newcastle professors. ISA students will enroll in courses alongside Australian and international students.

Highlights of this Program Include:
  • Traditional campus located on hundreds on acres of bushland located less than 6 miles from amazing beaches
  • Top 3% of universities in the world
  • TONS of Engineering courses - Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Software, and General Engineering
  • Strong Programs in Education and Arts, Business and Law, and Science and Information Technology
  • Housing: On-Campus Apartment and Dorm style accomodation available as well as share houses only 500 meters from the beach

Prices & Dates

February 7, 2016 - November 26, 2016

Session Dates:

INWY3116

Catalog Code:

$23,200*

Price:

November 15, 2015 Extended to November 25, 2015

Application Due Date:

November 30, 2015

Final Forms & Payments Due:

Program in Progress

Admissions Status:

*prices and dates are subject to change

Note: About pricing...

Housing at the University of Newcastle ranges from $4,300 - $5,800 per semester (subject to change.)

THE FOLLOWING SCHOLARSHIP IS OFFERED FOR ISA PARTICIPANTS.

University of Newcastle Sponsored Scholarship - University of Newcastle supports one ISA student with a $1,000 AUD award each semester. The award is credited to the student's overall program balance with ISA.

Eligibility

Minimum GPA

Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.50.

Minimum Admissions Prerequisites

There is no language prerequisite for this program.

Students must have at least sophomore standing (second year) at their home university at the time of participation.

Students are required to submit an official transcript along with the application.


For GAP and First Year Students, the following additional materials are required: a high school diploma, a minimum ACT score of 19 or a minimum SAT score of 750. Students must be 18 on or before the program start date.

Other sessions available: