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We’re the only online university to be awarded the maximum 5 stars for student satisfaction, every year for the last 13 years*

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We’re the only online university to be awarded the maximum 5 stars for student satisfaction, every year for the last 13 years*

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See why UNE gets the maximum 5 star rating from graduates for Overall Experience year after year.
Number 1 in Overall  Experience  in NSW - Good Universities Guide 5 Star Rating

Archaeology

Archaeology is concerned with the origin and development of societies around the world through the recovery and analysis of artefactual and environmental traces. Drawing on both the humanities and the sciences this discipline aims to extract the maximum amount of information from the incomplete remains of the human past. Areas of study include our earliest ancestors, to the settlement of the Pacific region and the origin and development of complex societies. We offer specialist training in forensic methods, ancient DNA and the study of indigenous rock art. The method of archaeology is science-based and technical and students will learn practical as well as theoretical skills.

 

Archaeology can be studied as a major within the Advanced Diploma, Bachelor, Graduate Certificate and Master of Arts, and the Bachelor of Science. Archaeology can also be taken as elective units in a wide range of UNE degrees. 

Indigenous Studies

Indigenous Studies offers an array of stimulating units which examine the issues and factors that have shaped and influenced change within indigenous communities in Australia and beyond. Units available cover a broad range of areas including Indigenous Peoples and Colonisation, Aboriginal Archaeology, Analysing Change in Indigenous Societies, Indigenous Health, Aboriginal Resilience and the Arts, and Australia's Indigenous Languages.

 

Indigenous Studies is a listed major within the Advanced Diploma, Bachelor, Graduate Certificate and Master of Arts. The Bachelor of Social Science also offers a major in Aboriginal Perspectives.

Master of Arts

The Master of Arts offers majors in Archaeology and Indigenous Studies, and allows you to refine your professional skills, in a relatively unrestricted program of study. Examples of careers that can be assisted through an MA include management, public relations, foreign affairs, education, business, human resources, and research.

Available Courses

COURSE

Start July 8

TRIMESTER 2

Start November 4

TRIMESTER 3

Start March 2020

TRIMESTER 1

Please see course details for individual course rules and admissions criteria. Note some degrees have mandatory intensive schools which require attendance on campus.
Course list subject to change

Studying Online

At UNE, online study is about the kind of flexibility and support that can only come from a university that has long understood the challenges faced by adults studying from home.

 

We have three teaching periods (trimesters), giving you greater choice about when and how much they study each year.

 

We know that a vital part of online study is your engagement with the learning community. Communication with your classmates, teaching staff and university support staff will enhance your study experience and ensure that your skills extend beyond the subject matter. UNE’s teaching staff are experts in their field which is why UNE consistently receives five stars from students for teaching quality.

How Does
Online Study Work?

SEE HOW

Online study can also be referred to as 'distance education' (also off-campus, or external study) and provides an opportunity for you to study without having to physically attend a campus.

 

To make sure your learning can take place when it suits you, UNE provides online facilities which allow you to send questions, submit assignments, engage with other students, order library books, check your results and access other resources, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Student
Support

SEE HOW

As a UNE student, you will have access to our professional support services including:

  • 24/7 Online Tutor Support
  • Academic Skills & Assignment Support
  • Career Development
  • Individual Counselling — for personal and academic issues
  • Special Needs Office — if you need adjustments to how you study because of temporary or permanent disability
A small number of units have intensive schools that enable students to engage in practical exercises, tutorials and lectures during intensive periods on campus in Armidale. These are a requirement for some units that have an important practical component, often in the sciences – please check the Course & Unit Catalogue for details.

Life On Campus at UNE

Studying on campus in Armidale gives you the traditional university experience, with the added benefit of small class sizes and great access to lecturers. Our Academic staff are passionate about what they teach and are keen to see you succeed.

 

We have affordable accommodation options that put you right at the heart of the action, giving you maximum independence and access to academic, sporting and social facilities.

 

Our Residential Colleges give you the benefit of academic and social support networks and a rich tradition of vibrant inter-college competitions in sporting and cultural activities.

 

All of this means that you get every opportunity to reach your full potential and get the very best start (plus some great memories along the way).

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Free Pathways to Study

The Pathways Enabling Course prepares you for admission to an undergraduate course at UNE. It is free from course fees and available online. The course awards you with the minimum entry requirements and can provide credit towards your UNE degree.
  • Prepare for university without paying course fees
  • Gain admission to university
  • Flexible online study
  • Develop valuable skills and knowledge
  • Complete study that can count towards your degree
  • Start in any three teaching periods

MyFutureFinder - FREE, REVEALING, IMMEDIATE

Complete the UNE “MyFutureFinder” and in 10 minutes you’ll have a free, detailed report delivered to your inbox, including a comprehensive profile of your personality, a customised matching of careers to your personality, and finally, the UNE courses that qualify you for those careers.

  • No cost
  • Completed in just 10 minutes - we understand your time is valuable
  • Individualised report based on your unique answers
  • Comprehensive, insightful and useful
  • Plain language explanations
  • Immediate delivery of your report on completion
  • Share and compare with your family and friends

How to Apply

Applications for Trimester 2, 2018 close midnight 9th July.

Prior to applying we suggest you:
1. Check out our 
Course and Unit Catalogue
, to see all the degrees UNE has to offer. You can search by course or for specific subjects. If you find yourself thinking 'that might be good', then have a look at which degree program is linked to those subjects.
2. Check if you need to add any 
entry requirement documentation
 to your application.
3. 
Check the closing dates for applications.
 Some courses have earlier closing dates and requirements.
4. You may also be eligible for credit for study you've previously undertaken successfully, find out about 
Advanced Standing
.
Please note: International students who wish to study wholly online are only permitted to do so if they are studying online from overseas or are studying in Australia on a visa other than a student visa.

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