Newcastle University

— Top 1% of world universities (QS World University Rankings 2016) — Member of the Russell Group, an association of 24 of the UK’s leading research universities — Based in the happiest city in the UK (European Commission Flash Eurobarometer 2015) — Voted joint 1st for student support in the UK (Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2016) — Ranked 3rd most affordable UK city for students (Royal Bank of Scotland Student Living Index 2016)

Main Campus:
Newcastle

Locations:
Newcastle

Student Population:
18,500


Faculties:

Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences: • Architecture, Planning and Landscape • Arts and Cultures • Newcastle University Business School • Education, Communication and Language Sciences • English Literature, Language and Linguistics • Geography, Politics and Sociology • History, Classics and Archaeology • Newcastle Law School • Modern Languages
Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering: • Agriculture • Food and Rural Development • Biology • Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials • Chemistry • Civil Engineering and Geosciences • Computing Science • Electrical and Electronic Engineering • Marine Science and Technology • Mathematics and Statistics • Mechanical and Systems Engineering
Faculty of Medical Sciences: • Biomedical and Biomolecular Science • Dentistry • Food and Nutrition • Medicine • Psychology • Sport and Exercise Science • Pharmacy

Overview

Newcastle is one of the best universities in the UK, with a proud history of teaching dating back to 1834. Our reputation for academic excellence, graduate employability and an amazing student experience attracts students from all over the world.

Pathway Programmes -International Study Centre

INTO Newcastle University is based in a purpose-built study centre in the heart of the University campus. The centre includes teaching and learning facilities for international students, as well as dedicated accommodation.

Academic Programmes
Our University preparation courses combine English language learning and academic study to prepare you for direct entry to a number of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across the University.

English Language
We offer a range of courses for students who want to improve their level of academic English, whether to experience life in the UK, to meet language requirements for a degree programme at Newcastle, or to improve their language skills before they begin studying with us.

Fees and Finance

Undergraduate:
Band 1: £13,980
Band 2: £17,935
Band 3: £33,190

Postgraduate Taught
Arts: £16,710-£19,400
Business: £20,550
Science: £20,550
Clinical: £20,550

Postgraduate Research
Arts: £15,600
Business: £21,360
Science: £21,360
Clinical: £21,360

Living Expenses

Undergraduate: £9,000–£10,000 on average (9 months of study) Postgraduate: £11,000–£12,000 on average (12 months of study)
All of these fees are an indication only. For more information see our website

Employability and Careers

Newcastle University has an excellent employability record and is one of the top 20 UK universities most targeted by The Times Top 100 graduate employers (The Graduate Market 2016 report, High Fliers research). Our award-winning Careers Service is one of the best, largest and most innovative in the UK. From careers talks to work placements and mentoring, they offer a variety of ways for you to boost your skills and benefit from the University’s international alumni networks. We also offer every student the opportunity to gain academic recognition for their extra-curricular activities through the ncl+ Award.

how can we help you?

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