For 10 years, GradSchool has lead the way in online learning, offering graduate students from around the world convenient access to more than 50 postgraduate qualifications delivered by the University of Newcastle.
To help you realise your potential and gain an edge in a competitive job market, we place a world of learning at your fingertips, offering you the flexibility to fit study around your life and fast-track your career in the process.
Although you may live thousands of kilometres from fellow students, the online virtual classrooms allows you to engage in a highly collaborative learning environment, while under the guidance of skilled online facilitators.
Connected, Focused, Flexible, Accessible
To cater for the study needs of busy professionals, our online approach is learner centred, offering a unique combination of printed and electronic media. Combined with online interaction, you have complete control over when and where you study. Online interaction is via “Blackboard”, a web based learning system which hosts our courses. Through Blackboard, communication is entirely online. Students interact with instructors and fellow students on discussion boards, submit assignments, view grades and check announcements. As is the case with on-campus study, our students have access to all University facilities such as online library resources and support tools, including over 300 information technology, management, interpersonal and professional development skills training courses.
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"I didn't want to put my career on hold whilst raising a family, but the juggle just seemed too hard. Postgraduate study at the University of Newcastle gave me the flexibility to study when and where I could, without sacrificing my family or the financial freedom working full-time provides. I'm gaining knowledge, a new circle of like-minded friends and I feel I am being a good role model for my daughter. She's really proud of me."