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The School of Architecture and Built Environment is a world-class faculty drawn from a wide range of countries whose professional, teaching and research interests have been recognised internationally. The teaching staff are supported in design critique and tutorial by Architects who are leaders in the profession.

Your future There is a diverse range of career opportunities for architecture graduates. As well as a career in private architectural practice, opportunities include careers in construction, project management, property development, overseas aid, research, journalism, criticism and conservation. The program has an excellent record of receiving high rates of graduate satisfaction in preparing students for employment by architecture practices within Australia and throughout the world.

Be recognised The Master of Architecture program is accredited by the State Boards of Architects through the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia and the Royal Australian Institute of Architects as the professional prerequisite degree for registration. Completion of the Master of Architecture program together with a minimum of two years professional experience and the professional practice exam (conducted by the State boards of architects) leads to registration as an architect in Australia and many other countries through reciprocal agreements.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE Year 1 Core Courses Complete the following core courses to fulfil the requirements of this degree. ARBE4100

Construction Technology 4

ARBE4121A

Research in the Built Environment A

ARBE4121B

Research in the Built Environment B

ARBE6220

Architectural Design 4A

ARBE6221

Architectural Design 4B

Master of

Year 1 Core Courses Complete the following core courses to fulfil the requirements of this program. ARBE4101

Construction Ecology 3

ARBE6201

Architectural Management

ARBE6202

Architectural Practice

ARBE6222

Architectural Design 5A

ARBE6230

Architectural Design 5B

Costs

International students are required to pay the full tuition cost of the program. In 2011 the cost will be approximately $21 200 AUD. International students are also required to have overseas student health cover.

Why the seahorse? The University’s emblem since 1965 has been a mythical seahorse, based on the naval coat of arms of Lieutenant John Shortland, who chartered and named Hunter’s River in 1797. Our seahorse today looks back to our heritage and the history of Newcastle; and it looks ahead, recognising our status as one of Australia’s most forward-looking universities.

CONTACT

Australian students Hunter Hub – Callaghan The University of Newcastle Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia T +61 2 4921 5000 F +61 2 4921 6997 E EnquiryCentre@newcastle.edu.au www.newcastle.edu.au

International students International Admissions The University of Newcastle Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia T +61 2 4921 6595 F +61 2 4960 1766 E International@newcastle.edu.au www.international.newcastle.edu.au

For further information: www.newcastle.edu.au/what-can-i-study/master-architecture/

UoN 2010/1442 I CRICOS Provider 00109J

Australian students are supported by the Commonwealth Government. This means the Federal Government pays for some you the program and you pay the rest, either up front or in the form of a HECS_HELP loan. HECS-HELP loans are available only to Australian citizens and Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders. New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent visa holders are required to pay their student contribution in full to the University.

Architecture

Who will be teaching you

MASTER OF

The University of Newcastle’s Masters of Architecture degree continues to be highly ranked by accreditation authorities and receives enthusiastic endorsement from graduate surveys. Our graduates are sought after by architectural practices and find themselves in positions of leadership throughout the world that includes architecture, project management and academia. Architecture at the University of Newcastle is committed to providing inclusive and practice oriented programs that are well-grounded, rigorous and celebrate the lateral response to a changing environment, it specifically provides opportunities for: personal development into a creative professional capable of operating in a global context studying a consistent and comprehensive curriculum that prepares you for professional practice studying in a multi-disciplinary, studio-centred collegial environment broad based scholarship and focused research engagement with professional, industry and regional communities.

ARCHITECTURE

Why study with us

www.newcastle.edu.au


Master of Architecture

State-of-the-art facilities

Our facilities are considered to be among the finest in Australia providing 24 hour access for students to the Architectural Design Studio, state of the art Architectural Design Workshop and cutting edge Digital Design Studio.

The problem based learning and inclusive approach to studio teaching is one of the strengths of the architecture postgraduate degree at the University of Newcastle. Year 1 The architectural projects in the first year of the program focus on: the design of a high rise building (typically in Sydney) an urban design project that involves the developed design of a selected building a mixed use project. Other conceptually based projects run throughout the year are supported by Professors Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury. These design projects emphasise creative, social, cultural and ecological issues relating to urbanism, landscape and the built environment. To provide flexibility within the degree, the first year also incorporates a self-directed research project that can be undertaken off campus.

Architectural Design Workshop

Year 2 The second year of the degree provides you with the opportunity to develop your own elective project over the course of the year, applying in-depth research and resolution to a selected design problem.

2010 saw the opening of our brand-new 840m2 workshop located only metres away from the Architecture Design Studio building. Once inducted, you will have the opportunity to combine high-end technologies with traditional workshop tools to realise your design projects. The School has invested in the latest prototyping technologies including 3D Printers, a 10-tool CNC router, a fully-automated vacuum former and a large-format laser cutter (that can cut up to 25mm acrylic!) to provide the best opportunity to create the highest quality of models.

The final exhibited project, developed within a creative and innovative learning environment, explores the complexities of making buildings for the future of the built environment. The comprehensive way that each stage of the architectural design process is articulated, critiqued and developed provides the student with a portfolio of work that reflects the making of buildings in the real world. Projects undertaken by students often have real world clients and reflect the challenging environment in which architects find themselves. The degree is supported by our visiting professors and other leading architects through the Master of Architecture Lecture Series. The degree is flexible allowing you to plan and manage your studies on a full-time or part-time basis.

Graduate Profile Lachlan

Seegers

Lachlan’s interest in architecture was evident from the time he started technical drawing as part of his wood and metal work classes at Gulgong High School. During these classes he would draw an object then build what he had drawn. This interest in design inspired Lachlan to study architecture. After completing his Bachelor of Design (Architecture) in 2005, he moved to Melbourne for work experience but returned in 2008 to undertake his Master of Architecture. “Studying at the University of Newcastle was really enjoyable. In fact I moved to Melbourne in between completing my Bachelor of Design (Architecture) and starting my Master of Architecture to gain practical experience with Architects Denton Corker Marshall. I ended up staying in Melbourne for two years but it was the great atmosphere at the School of Architecture and Built Environment that led me back to the University of Newcastle instead of RMIT.”

Lachlan has won several prestige awards, the most recent being the 2010 AIA Design Medal for NSW graduates of Architecture, the most prestigious graduation prize in the state. Other accolades include the University of Newcastle 2010 Chair of Architectural Design prize for his performance in the Master of Architecture program, the 2009 Rice Daubney Design prize for the best fourth year architecture design performance and a commendation in the 2010 National Colourbond Steel Student Biennale, the most prestigious graduation prize in the nation awarded bi-annually for graduates of architecture. “After winning these awards I received numerous job offers but for now, I’m happily employed at the University of Newcastle as a casual academic teaching and tutoring 1st to 4th year students. In 2011, I plan to move overseas for a few years of roaming.”

The workshop has been designed to include areas such as a: teaching classroom student storage area dedicated spray booth specialty room to use advanced materials such as carbon-fibre, kevlar and mylar Computing facilities are also available within the building Our team of experienced workshop technicians has extensive knowledge and expertise across a wide-range of materials and processes to assist you in creating the professional-standard model you’ve always wanted to produce.

Digital Design Studio The digital design studio was established in 2009 and has been equipped with world leading computational design technologies including haptic modelling devices, 3D scanning devices and interactive graphic interfaces. High-end computer software such as free-form modelling applications, parametric design applications and BIM have been installed in all student computers within the School. These advanced tools will contribute to the newly developed computational design strength of the School, preparing designers for the digital era.

Architectural Design Studio

From the beginning of the degree, you will work on projects that reflect real design problems met by architects in practice and use them to develop the knowledge and competence required of a graduate entering the profession. Working usually in small groups with tutors, as in a design office, you will learn to creatively integrate the contributions of various disciplines to the effective practice of architecture. The Architecture Design Studio provides you with personalwork-stations, computer network connections and 24-hour access to allow participation in the synergy of a shared learning experience.

Prizes in Architecture

There are a number of prizes available to architecture students, visit www.newcastle.edu.au/school/arbe/students/prizes.html

The Master of Architecture Lecture series

In 2010, a number of prominent architects from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and England were invited to undertake critique and tutorial with both first and final year students within the degree. Each delivered a lecture about their current work with an emphasis on how the work is undertaken and produced within the office.

Our graduates do well

Our students continue to win a disproportionate share of national and state awards in greater numbers than the other universities in NSW.

In 2010

Lachlan Seegers received a commendation in the highly competitive 2010 Student Biennale (from all work produced in all architecture schools in Australia over a two year period) and also took out the AIA NSW Design Medal – the most prestigious award for a graduating architectural student in NSW. Romi McPherson received an AIA NSW Design Medal commendation. Two out of the five graduates selected were selected for the Australian Institute of Architects 2010 Dulux Study Tour were Michael McPherson and David Sutherland.


The School of Architecture and Built Environment is a world-class faculty drawn from a wide range of countries whose professional, teaching and research interests have been recognised internationally. The teaching staff are supported in design critique and tutorial by Architects who are leaders in the profession.

Your future There is a diverse range of career opportunities for architecture graduates. As well as a career in private architectural practice, opportunities include careers in construction, project management, property development, overseas aid, research, journalism, criticism and conservation. The program has an excellent record of receiving high rates of graduate satisfaction in preparing students for employment by architecture practices within Australia and throughout the world.

Be recognised The Master of Architecture program is accredited by the State Boards of Architects through the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia and the Royal Australian Institute of Architects as the professional prerequisite degree for registration. Completion of the Master of Architecture program together with a minimum of two years professional experience and the professional practice exam (conducted by the State boards of architects) leads to registration as an architect in Australia and many other countries through reciprocal agreements.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE Year 1 Core Courses Complete the following core courses to fulfil the requirements of this degree. ARBE4100

Construction Technology 4

ARBE4121A

Research in the Built Environment A

ARBE4121B

Research in the Built Environment B

ARBE6220

Architectural Design 4A

ARBE6221

Architectural Design 4B

Master of

Year 1 Core Courses Complete the following core courses to fulfil the requirements of this program. ARBE4101

Construction Ecology 3

ARBE6201

Architectural Management

ARBE6202

Architectural Practice

ARBE6222

Architectural Design 5A

ARBE6230

Architectural Design 5B

Costs

International students are required to pay the full tuition cost of the program. In 2011 the cost will be approximately $21 200 AUD. International students are also required to have overseas student health cover.

Why the seahorse? The University’s emblem since 1965 has been a mythical seahorse, based on the naval coat of arms of Lieutenant John Shortland, who chartered and named Hunter’s River in 1797. Our seahorse today looks back to our heritage and the history of Newcastle; and it looks ahead, recognising our status as one of Australia’s most forward-looking universities.

CONTACT

Australian students Hunter Hub – Callaghan The University of Newcastle Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia T +61 2 4921 5000 F +61 2 4921 6997 E EnquiryCentre@newcastle.edu.au www.newcastle.edu.au

International students International Admissions The University of Newcastle Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia T +61 2 4921 6595 F +61 2 4960 1766 E International@newcastle.edu.au www.international.newcastle.edu.au

For further information: www.newcastle.edu.au/what-can-i-study/master-architecture/

UoN 2010/1442 I CRICOS Provider 00109J

Australian students are supported by the Commonwealth Government. This means the Federal Government pays for some you the program and you pay the rest, either up front or in the form of a HECS_HELP loan. HECS-HELP loans are available only to Australian citizens and Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders. New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent visa holders are required to pay their student contribution in full to the University.

Architecture

Who will be teaching you

MASTER OF

The University of Newcastle’s Masters of Architecture degree continues to be highly ranked by accreditation authorities and receives enthusiastic endorsement from graduate surveys. Our graduates are sought after by architectural practices and find themselves in positions of leadership throughout the world that includes architecture, project management and academia. Architecture at the University of Newcastle is committed to providing inclusive and practice oriented programs that are well-grounded, rigorous and celebrate the lateral response to a changing environment, it specifically provides opportunities for: personal development into a creative professional capable of operating in a global context studying a consistent and comprehensive curriculum that prepares you for professional practice studying in a multi-disciplinary, studio-centred collegial environment broad based scholarship and focused research engagement with professional, industry and regional communities.

ARCHITECTURE

Why study with us

www.newcastle.edu.au


Master of Architecture

State-of-the-art facilities

Our facilities are considered to be among the finest in Australia providing 24 hour access for students to the Architectural Design Studio, state of the art Architectural Design Workshop and cutting edge Digital Design Studio.

The problem based learning and inclusive approach to studio teaching is one of the strengths of the architecture postgraduate degree at the University of Newcastle. Year 1 The architectural projects in the first year of the program focus on: the design of a high rise building (typically in Sydney) an urban design project that involves the developed design of a selected building a mixed use project. Other conceptually based projects run throughout the year are supported by Professors Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury. These design projects emphasise creative, social, cultural and ecological issues relating to urbanism, landscape and the built environment. To provide flexibility within the degree, the first year also incorporates a self-directed research project that can be undertaken off campus.

Architectural Design Workshop

Year 2 The second year of the degree provides you with the opportunity to develop your own elective project over the course of the year, applying in-depth research and resolution to a selected design problem.

2010 saw the opening of our brand-new 840m2 workshop located only metres away from the Architecture Design Studio building. Once inducted, you will have the opportunity to combine high-end technologies with traditional workshop tools to realise your design projects. The School has invested in the latest prototyping technologies including 3D Printers, a 10-tool CNC router, a fully-automated vacuum former and a large-format laser cutter (that can cut up to 25mm acrylic!) to provide the best opportunity to create the highest quality of models.

The final exhibited project, developed within a creative and innovative learning environment, explores the complexities of making buildings for the future of the built environment. The comprehensive way that each stage of the architectural design process is articulated, critiqued and developed provides the student with a portfolio of work that reflects the making of buildings in the real world. Projects undertaken by students often have real world clients and reflect the challenging environment in which architects find themselves. The degree is supported by our visiting professors and other leading architects through the Master of Architecture Lecture Series. The degree is flexible allowing you to plan and manage your studies on a full-time or part-time basis.

Graduate Profile Lachlan

Seegers

Lachlan’s interest in architecture was evident from the time he started technical drawing as part of his wood and metal work classes at Gulgong High School. During these classes he would draw an object then build what he had drawn. This interest in design inspired Lachlan to study architecture. After completing his Bachelor of Design (Architecture) in 2005, he moved to Melbourne for work experience but returned in 2008 to undertake his Master of Architecture. “Studying at the University of Newcastle was really enjoyable. In fact I moved to Melbourne in between completing my Bachelor of Design (Architecture) and starting my Master of Architecture to gain practical experience with Architects Denton Corker Marshall. I ended up staying in Melbourne for two years but it was the great atmosphere at the School of Architecture and Built Environment that led me back to the University of Newcastle instead of RMIT.”

Lachlan has won several prestige awards, the most recent being the 2010 AIA Design Medal for NSW graduates of Architecture, the most prestigious graduation prize in the state. Other accolades include the University of Newcastle 2010 Chair of Architectural Design prize for his performance in the Master of Architecture program, the 2009 Rice Daubney Design prize for the best fourth year architecture design performance and a commendation in the 2010 National Colourbond Steel Student Biennale, the most prestigious graduation prize in the nation awarded bi-annually for graduates of architecture. “After winning these awards I received numerous job offers but for now, I’m happily employed at the University of Newcastle as a casual academic teaching and tutoring 1st to 4th year students. In 2011, I plan to move overseas for a few years of roaming.”

The workshop has been designed to include areas such as a: teaching classroom student storage area dedicated spray booth specialty room to use advanced materials such as carbon-fibre, kevlar and mylar Computing facilities are also available within the building Our team of experienced workshop technicians has extensive knowledge and expertise across a wide-range of materials and processes to assist you in creating the professional-standard model you’ve always wanted to produce.

Digital Design Studio The digital design studio was established in 2009 and has been equipped with world leading computational design technologies including haptic modelling devices, 3D scanning devices and interactive graphic interfaces. High-end computer software such as free-form modelling applications, parametric design applications and BIM have been installed in all student computers within the School. These advanced tools will contribute to the newly developed computational design strength of the School, preparing designers for the digital era.

Architectural Design Studio

From the beginning of the degree, you will work on projects that reflect real design problems met by architects in practice and use them to develop the knowledge and competence required of a graduate entering the profession. Working usually in small groups with tutors, as in a design office, you will learn to creatively integrate the contributions of various disciplines to the effective practice of architecture. The Architecture Design Studio provides you with personalwork-stations, computer network connections and 24-hour access to allow participation in the synergy of a shared learning experience.

Prizes in Architecture

There are a number of prizes available to architecture students, visit www.newcastle.edu.au/school/arbe/students/prizes.html

The Master of Architecture Lecture series

In 2010, a number of prominent architects from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and England were invited to undertake critique and tutorial with both first and final year students within the degree. Each delivered a lecture about their current work with an emphasis on how the work is undertaken and produced within the office.

Our graduates do well

Our students continue to win a disproportionate share of national and state awards in greater numbers than the other universities in NSW.

In 2010

Lachlan Seegers received a commendation in the highly competitive 2010 Student Biennale (from all work produced in all architecture schools in Australia over a two year period) and also took out the AIA NSW Design Medal – the most prestigious award for a graduating architectural student in NSW. Romi McPherson received an AIA NSW Design Medal commendation. Two out of the five graduates selected were selected for the Australian Institute of Architects 2010 Dulux Study Tour were Michael McPherson and David Sutherland.


Master of Architecture

State-of-the-art facilities

Our facilities are considered to be among the finest in Australia providing 24 hour access for students to the Architectural Design Studio, state of the art Architectural Design Workshop and cutting edge Digital Design Studio.

The problem based learning and inclusive approach to studio teaching is one of the strengths of the architecture postgraduate degree at the University of Newcastle. Year 1 The architectural projects in the first year of the program focus on: the design of a high rise building (typically in Sydney) an urban design project that involves the developed design of a selected building a mixed use project. Other conceptually based projects run throughout the year are supported by Professors Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury. These design projects emphasise creative, social, cultural and ecological issues relating to urbanism, landscape and the built environment. To provide flexibility within the degree, the first year also incorporates a self-directed research project that can be undertaken off campus.

Architectural Design Workshop

Year 2 The second year of the degree provides you with the opportunity to develop your own elective project over the course of the year, applying in-depth research and resolution to a selected design problem.

2010 saw the opening of our brand-new 840m2 workshop located only metres away from the Architecture Design Studio building. Once inducted, you will have the opportunity to combine high-end technologies with traditional workshop tools to realise your design projects. The School has invested in the latest prototyping technologies including 3D Printers, a 10-tool CNC router, a fully-automated vacuum former and a large-format laser cutter (that can cut up to 25mm acrylic!) to provide the best opportunity to create the highest quality of models.

The final exhibited project, developed within a creative and innovative learning environment, explores the complexities of making buildings for the future of the built environment. The comprehensive way that each stage of the architectural design process is articulated, critiqued and developed provides the student with a portfolio of work that reflects the making of buildings in the real world. Projects undertaken by students often have real world clients and reflect the challenging environment in which architects find themselves. The degree is supported by our visiting professors and other leading architects through the Master of Architecture Lecture Series. The degree is flexible allowing you to plan and manage your studies on a full-time or part-time basis.

Graduate Profile Lachlan

Seegers

Lachlan’s interest in architecture was evident from the time he started technical drawing as part of his wood and metal work classes at Gulgong High School. During these classes he would draw an object then build what he had drawn. This interest in design inspired Lachlan to study architecture. After completing his Bachelor of Design (Architecture) in 2005, he moved to Melbourne for work experience but returned in 2008 to undertake his Master of Architecture. “Studying at the University of Newcastle was really enjoyable. In fact I moved to Melbourne in between completing my Bachelor of Design (Architecture) and starting my Master of Architecture to gain practical experience with Architects Denton Corker Marshall. I ended up staying in Melbourne for two years but it was the great atmosphere at the School of Architecture and Built Environment that led me back to the University of Newcastle instead of RMIT.”

Lachlan has won several prestige awards, the most recent being the 2010 AIA Design Medal for NSW graduates of Architecture, the most prestigious graduation prize in the state. Other accolades include the University of Newcastle 2010 Chair of Architectural Design prize for his performance in the Master of Architecture program, the 2009 Rice Daubney Design prize for the best fourth year architecture design performance and a commendation in the 2010 National Colourbond Steel Student Biennale, the most prestigious graduation prize in the nation awarded bi-annually for graduates of architecture. “After winning these awards I received numerous job offers but for now, I’m happily employed at the University of Newcastle as a casual academic teaching and tutoring 1st to 4th year students. In 2011, I plan to move overseas for a few years of roaming.”

The workshop has been designed to include areas such as a: teaching classroom student storage area dedicated spray booth specialty room to use advanced materials such as carbon-fibre, kevlar and mylar Computing facilities are also available within the building Our team of experienced workshop technicians has extensive knowledge and expertise across a wide-range of materials and processes to assist you in creating the professional-standard model you’ve always wanted to produce.

Digital Design Studio The digital design studio was established in 2009 and has been equipped with world leading computational design technologies including haptic modelling devices, 3D scanning devices and interactive graphic interfaces. High-end computer software such as free-form modelling applications, parametric design applications and BIM have been installed in all student computers within the School. These advanced tools will contribute to the newly developed computational design strength of the School, preparing designers for the digital era.

Architectural Design Studio

From the beginning of the degree, you will work on projects that reflect real design problems met by architects in practice and use them to develop the knowledge and competence required of a graduate entering the profession. Working usually in small groups with tutors, as in a design office, you will learn to creatively integrate the contributions of various disciplines to the effective practice of architecture. The Architecture Design Studio provides you with personalwork-stations, computer network connections and 24-hour access to allow participation in the synergy of a shared learning experience.

Prizes in Architecture

There are a number of prizes available to architecture students, visit www.newcastle.edu.au/school/arbe/students/prizes.html

The Master of Architecture Lecture series

In 2010, a number of prominent architects from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and England were invited to undertake critique and tutorial with both first and final year students within the degree. Each delivered a lecture about their current work with an emphasis on how the work is undertaken and produced within the office.

Our graduates do well

Our students continue to win a disproportionate share of national and state awards in greater numbers than the other universities in NSW.

In 2010

Lachlan Seegers received a commendation in the highly competitive 2010 Student Biennale (from all work produced in all architecture schools in Australia over a two year period) and also took out the AIA NSW Design Medal – the most prestigious award for a graduating architectural student in NSW. Romi McPherson received an AIA NSW Design Medal commendation. Two out of the five graduates selected were selected for the Australian Institute of Architects 2010 Dulux Study Tour were Michael McPherson and David Sutherland.


The School of Architecture and Built Environment is a world-class faculty drawn from a wide range of countries whose professional, teaching and research interests have been recognised internationally. The teaching staff are supported in design critique and tutorial by Architects who are leaders in the profession.

Your future There is a diverse range of career opportunities for architecture graduates. As well as a career in private architectural practice, opportunities include careers in construction, project management, property development, overseas aid, research, journalism, criticism and conservation. The program has an excellent record of receiving high rates of graduate satisfaction in preparing students for employment by architecture practices within Australia and throughout the world.

Be recognised The Master of Architecture program is accredited by the State Boards of Architects through the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia and the Royal Australian Institute of Architects as the professional prerequisite degree for registration. Completion of the Master of Architecture program together with a minimum of two years professional experience and the professional practice exam (conducted by the State boards of architects) leads to registration as an architect in Australia and many other countries through reciprocal agreements.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE Year 1 Core Courses Complete the following core courses to fulfil the requirements of this degree. ARBE4100

Construction Technology 4

ARBE4121A

Research in the Built Environment A

ARBE4121B

Research in the Built Environment B

ARBE6220

Architectural Design 4A

ARBE6221

Architectural Design 4B

Master of

Year 1 Core Courses Complete the following core courses to fulfil the requirements of this program. ARBE4101

Construction Ecology 3

ARBE6201

Architectural Management

ARBE6202

Architectural Practice

ARBE6222

Architectural Design 5A

ARBE6230

Architectural Design 5B

Costs

International students are required to pay the full tuition cost of the program. In 2011 the cost will be approximately $21 200 AUD. International students are also required to have overseas student health cover.

Why the seahorse? The University’s emblem since 1965 has been a mythical seahorse, based on the naval coat of arms of Lieutenant John Shortland, who chartered and named Hunter’s River in 1797. Our seahorse today looks back to our heritage and the history of Newcastle; and it looks ahead, recognising our status as one of Australia’s most forward-looking universities.

CONTACT

Australian students Hunter Hub – Callaghan The University of Newcastle Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia T +61 2 4921 5000 F +61 2 4921 6997 E EnquiryCentre@newcastle.edu.au www.newcastle.edu.au

International students International Admissions The University of Newcastle Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia T +61 2 4921 6595 F +61 2 4960 1766 E International@newcastle.edu.au www.international.newcastle.edu.au

For further information: www.newcastle.edu.au/what-can-i-study/master-architecture/

UoN 2010/1442 I CRICOS Provider 00109J

Australian students are supported by the Commonwealth Government. This means the Federal Government pays for some you the program and you pay the rest, either up front or in the form of a HECS_HELP loan. HECS-HELP loans are available only to Australian citizens and Australian Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders. New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent visa holders are required to pay their student contribution in full to the University.

Architecture

Who will be teaching you

MASTER OF

The University of Newcastle’s Masters of Architecture degree continues to be highly ranked by accreditation authorities and receives enthusiastic endorsement from graduate surveys. Our graduates are sought after by architectural practices and find themselves in positions of leadership throughout the world that includes architecture, project management and academia. Architecture at the University of Newcastle is committed to providing inclusive and practice oriented programs that are well-grounded, rigorous and celebrate the lateral response to a changing environment, it specifically provides opportunities for: personal development into a creative professional capable of operating in a global context studying a consistent and comprehensive curriculum that prepares you for professional practice studying in a multi-disciplinary, studio-centred collegial environment broad based scholarship and focused research engagement with professional, industry and regional communities.

ARCHITECTURE

Why study with us

www.newcastle.edu.au


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