Course code: #40103
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When you study to be a computer scientist, you could help fight diseases by discovering biomarkers that allow early diagnosis.
Perhaps you’ll develop more sophisticated online learning systems to support access to education.
You might improve safety and security by mining the data captured in smart cities or developing virtual reality programs to help people recover from post-traumatic stress.
Computer scientists work on challenging, complex problems, developing the foundation of new software technologies, both theoretical and practical.
When studying for a Computer Science degree, your learning will focus on complex problem-solving and developing strategies and new technologies across various areas in the field.
You will study courses in artificial intelligence, robotics, digital forensics, bioinformatics, web development and data security.
Computer science at The University of Newcastle is fundamental to the newest trends in computing, such as machine learning, autonomous systems, cybersecurity and virtual reality.
Those trends are part of everyday technologies like smartphones, learning systems, online shopping, navigation systems, social media, computer games and programmable appliances.
There is no professional placement requirement associated with the Bachelor of Computer Science.
However, you will gain essential hands-on experience through various practical assessments on campus.
A Work Integrated Learning course is also available in your final year for approved proposals.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,148|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,900|
English language skills test equivalence: IELTS 6
TOEFL IBT: 60-78 with a Writing score of 21-23, Speaking 18-19, Reading 13-18, and Listening 12-19
PTE: 50-57 with all bands 54
Cambridge: 169 -175 with all bands 169
The University of Newcastle offers a wide range of intensive English language programs to help students achieve their goal of studying at the University of Newcastle.
|Course Name||Duration||Entry Requirements||Lead to|
|English Language Bridging - Elementary||10 weeks||IELTS 4.0||Intermediate|
|English Language Bridging - Intermediate||10 weeks||IELTS 5.0||Upper-Intermediate|
|English Language Bridging - Upper-Intermediate||10 weeks||IELTS 5.5||Advanced English|
|Advanced (EAP)||10 weeks||IELTS 6.0||Undergraduate & Postgraduate Coursework Program|
Students with an offer for Undergraduate programs may enter Upper Intermediate English with an IELTS score of 5.0Upper-Intermediate
Students with an offer for Undergraduate programs may enter this course with an IELTS score of 5.5.
Applicants who have achieved less than Mathematics Band 5 or have not completed a science-related subject may be admitted to the program but may need additional study and/or assistance to complete the program's requirements successfully.
Admission to undergraduate degree programs usually requires successful completion of a senior secondary school qualification similar to the Higher School Certificate (HSC), the highest educational award in New South Wales schools.
Further education, like diplomas and university study, can also be assessed for admission.
The University of Newcastle College of International Education Foundation Studies Program can be completed in either two or three trimesters and is designed to prepare international students for university study, both academically and socially.
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