Multiversity

Multiversity - The future starts hereAbout the Aerotropolis

The Western Sydney Aerotropolis will be developed on the 11,200-hectare site surrounding the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport that is currently under construction. Over the coming decades, the Aerotropolis will become a thriving community for Western Sydney, delivering new jobs, homes, infrastructure and services for people in the region.

By harnessing the opportunities generated by Sydney’s first 24/7 international airport, the Aerotropolis will become Australia’s next global gateway attracting new and emerging industries; such as advanced manufacturing, aerospace, defence, high-tech freight and logistics.

About the Multiversity

Backed by both the NSW Government and the Australian Government, the Aerotropolis Multiversity will deliver a new approach to education and training, connecting the future of learning to the jobs of the future.

In an Australia-first collaboration, the University of Newcastle, UNSW Sydney, the University of Wollongong, Western Sydney University and TAFE NSW have joined forces to establish the Multiversity – a new education, training and research approach ready for the 22nd century, centred on the Western Sydney Aerotropolis and Western Parkland City, Australia’s largest and most ambitious city development since Canberra.

Multiversity Courses

In 2021, under the banner of the Aerotropolis Multiversity, nine courses are on offer. Delivered by our partner universities and TAFE NSW in a variety of locations and remote delivery options, these courses will enable you greater choice and greater flexibility. Fully online options are available in 2021. On completion, you will be considered for further study and credit at any of our partner universities, TAFE NSW and ongoing Multiversity courses.

Our courses connect the future of learning to the jobs of the future. Discover the Multiversity courses here.

Video: The Multiversity is here

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.