A world-class university with a thriving international community, Newcastle University is a first choice destination for international students applying to study in the UK. The red brick university and founding member of the prestigious Russell Group of Universities enjoys a reputation for academic excellence and is one of the top 20 UK universities targeted by graduate employers.
At Newcastle, you have easy access to libraries, accommodation, student societies, sports facilities, scholarships and study abroad and exchange programs. A truly global university, Newcastle is one of the top 150 universities of the world (QS World University Rankings 2020) and has campuses in Singapore and Malaysia apart from the UK.
Newcastle University has a 93% international student satisfaction rate and is popular for studying courses in the fields of medicine, science and engineering, social sciences and the humanities.
Six Reasons to Choose Newcastle
1. Newcastle University Research
Being a member of the research-intensive Russell Group of Universities in the UK guarantees that Newcastle University offers high quality research-led undergraduate and postgraduate study programmes. The University ranked in the top 20 in the UK for research power according to the latest Research Excellence Framework.
Newcastle also ranks #3 in the UK for research quality in English, #8 for research quality in medical and life sciences and in the top 12 for Geography, Architecture and Planning, and Cultural and Media Studies
Newcastle University boasts award-winning facilities available for staff, students and partners alike. The campus offers state of the art facilities for teaching, research, and innovation as well as accommodation buildings and catering outlets. There are contemporary classrooms, 200 clubs and societies, a language resource centre, exceptional IT Services with free WiFi across campus and an amazing Centre for Physical Recreation and Sport.
Newcastle Libraries- Newcastle has the only UK university library awarded by the government for 'excellent customer services' five times in a row. The libraries are stocked with a million print books and with special collections of rare and historic books. The main library is the Philip Robinson Library and others include the Marjorie Robinson Library Rooms with over 580 study spaces.
3. Global and Regional Partnerships
Newcastle has international partnerships with academia, government, businesses and voluntary organisations across the world and they collaborate on teaching and research projects that address the needs and challenges of a global society. Newcastle partners with them to help meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The University is integrally connected to the region as well and has collaborations with local and regional policymakers such as the Newcastle City Council, International Centre for Life and the regional NHS Foundation Trusts.
At Newcastle, you will be a part of an inspiring and impressive network of 230,000 alumni with whom you can build personal and professional networks and gain career advice and support.
Notable alumni include actor & comedian Rowan Atkinson, fitness expert Dr Zoe Williams, screenwriter and playwright Peter Straughan and politician Tim Farron.
Newcastle upon Tyne is a friendly, multicultural, affordable and safe student city to live in. Newcastle University has a sprawling 50 acre campus full of green spaces. Newcastle city centre is right next to the campus and you can visit the cafes, pubs, restaurants and enjoy the city’s vibrant nightlife, great shopping and beautiful architecture there. The beach and countryside are also nearby.
Newcastle University has 6,000 staff members teaching across its four campuses. You will be taught by academic and professional staff who are members of learned societies such as Fellows of the Royal Society and British Academy, working together across a variety of disciplines.
Study at Newcastle University
Applications for all undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Newcastle are open for September 2021 and 2022 intake. Hurry and book a free consultation at one of our offices near you to successfully apply today.
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