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The University of Newcastle, Australia was founded in 1965 in Newcastle, NSW, and now has campuses in Newcastle (Callaghan), Central Coast NSW (Ourimbah), Sydney, Port Macquarie and Singapore. It has over 38,000 students from 120 countries studying a full range of disciplines from five faculties Health & Medicine, Business & Law, Engineering & Built Environment, Science and Education & Arts. The university is in the top 10 for research funding in Australia and is the top 250 universities in the Times and QS rankings.
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computing offers undergraduate and postgraduate study in Computer Science, Computer Systems Engineering, Cyber Security, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Information Technology, Medical Engineering and Software Engineering. The programs are underpinned by some of the most exciting research in Australia.