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Although you may live thousands of kilometres from fellow students, our online virtual classroom allows you to engage in a highly collaborative learning environment, while under the guidance of a skilled online facilitator.
To cater for the study needs of busy professionals, our online approach is learner centred, offering a unique combination of printed and electronic media. Combined with online interaction, you have complete control over when and where you study.
Students should bookmark our important dates page. Here you will find trimester and semester start and end dates, as well as course withdrawal deadlines.
Visit the Important Dates page.
As is the case with on-campus study, our students have access to all University facilities such as the online library, resources and support tools.
Students should all be familiar with the University's policy and terms and conditions
Visit the Student Resources and Support page.
All course fees are set by the University of Newcastle. For a complete overview of Program Fees, how they are calculated, current year coursework fees and associated conditions please visit our Fees and Costs page. This page also includes information on the Student Services and Amenities Fee.
Visit the Fees and Costs page.
The University's Code of Conduct embodies its values of honesty, fairness, trust, responsibility, accountability and respect. All members of the university community are required to uphold these values. These values are the basis of all your academic endeavours and are fundamental to the University Academic Integrity Policy. It is critical that you read and understand this policy, as well as this important information about Academic Integrity at the University of Newcastle.
At enrolment you will be required to declare your understanding of the University's policy on academic integrity which includes procedures and penalties for academic misconduct by students. Academic misconduct includes all forms of cheating and plagiarism. Students will also be required to complete the online Academic Integrity Module (AIM) at the beginning of their
Failure to complete this module within the designated time frame will result in your access being placed 'On Hold'.
The AIM will be available via Blackboard. The Centre for Teaching and Learning provide a number of resources to assist in Academic and Learning Development. Please access these resources before completing the AIM.