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Here's why you should consider studying at the University of New England, Australia

With two campuses in NSW, the university boasts world class reputation as a quality education provider.

Updated Apr 21, 2020 01:43pm

The University of New England was the first Australian university established outside of a capital city, and has a history going back to 1938.

With the main campus situated in Armidale NSW, the capital of New England, UNE boasts a world class reputation as a quality education provider; the university's second campus is located in Parramatta, NSW.

Studying at the UNE Sydney campus

The University offers enriched learning experiences and access to cutting edge teaching and learning resources with added benefit of small class sizes.

UNE has over 22, 000 students enrolled worldwide in undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and 'Higher Degree Research' programs across various fields of study.

UNE maintains a high standard for teaching quality; utilising its small student-to-teacher ratio, students’ academic needs are identified and met.

The International Student Barometer results for 2018 show UNE as ranked on top positions in Australia in the areas of learning, support, arrival, and living.

With strengths in agriculture, business, Law and IT, UNE offers unique access to Australia’s best educators.

Academics who teach at UNE are also actively involved in research and many are world experts in their field. UNE ranks at or above world standard in research in nearly 40 subject areas (2018 Excellence in Research for Australia by the Australian Research Council)


Supporting a range of disciplines including natural and agricultural ecosystems, poultry, livestock and canine sciences, precision agriculture and zoology, the SMART Farms offer researchers and postgraduates the space, environment and facilities to work and partner with industry to solve real-world problems.

The SMART Farms also provide the context for problem-based experiential learning for undergraduates and for community activities.

To have these wonderful resources located just minutes from the UNE campus is a major strength for those working and studying at UNE.

Made up of eight properties covering 3,870 hectares, the UNE SMART Farms are diverse and valuable teaching and research resources.

You are welcome at UNE

UNE prides itself on providing a supportive and welcoming environment for our international students; one of the most frequent comments made by our students is that they work as colleagues with their supervisors as they make the time to work side by side with their students.

This brings about true partnerships and ensures that students achieve their academic goals.

UNE offers a dedicated International Office to provide specialised support to students from pre-arrival information and pastoral support and advice while studying on campus.

The International Office also provides opportunities for our international students to engage with the UNE and local community through various events and activities.

UNE encourages study and life balance with an active lifestyle outside of the classroom. The university's clubs and associations are a fantastic way to make new friends and gain valuable life experiences.

You can be involved in a diverse range of student groups including student associations, professional societies, sporting teams and more.

UNE’s residential accommodation consists of eight colleges and provides students with the benefit of academic, social and personal support networks.

Scholarships help with the costs of studying in Australia; undergraduate and postgraduate students can apply for Australian Government scholarships.

For postgraduate research degrees, UNE offers research scholarships as well.

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