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Newcastle University

Newcastle University Newcastle upon Tyne View map
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Join our community of students coming together to learn, explore and solve the world's greatest challenges. With , at Newcastle University you’ll enjoy a world-class education and leave as a highly desirable graduate prepared for your career.

Our students are at the heart of everything we do. We help students find their place in the world and the confidence to go out and make a difference. Our exceptional student experience is reflected in consistently high student satisfaction rates, TEF Gold Awarded teaching, and outstanding career prospects for our graduates.

Our campus is in the centre of Newcastle – rated the number 1 place to visit in 2018 by Rough Guides and voted 2nd in the UK for city life in the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2018. One in six people in Newcastle is a student, helping to create the city’s lively, buzzing, social scene. Our city is friendly, safe, and full of distinctive character. We’re not far to reach either, and easily accessible by rail, plane, or car.

Whether you’re looking for a course with professional accreditation or one with the chance to study abroad, we can help find the right degree for you. To help you with finances, we offer a range of scholarship options and help finding part-time work on and off campus to fit around your studies.

to find your dream degree. Chat to current students about what Newcastle University life is really like through our .

If you have never visited Newcastle before, then shows you just what it is like to be a student in one of the UK’s favourite cities.

Find out what some of our students have to say about their time at Newcastle:

Ray’s student profile, 

“One thing that has stood out to me from day one was the staff’s commitment to excellent teaching. It really does make a difference when the people teaching you are not only passionate about their subject, but passionate about ensuring you get the most out of the sessions.”

Ruby’s student profile,

“I totally recommend coming to Newcastle. Not only will you be studying in a beautiful and lively city, you would also be learning about topics which interest you and gaining in-depth knowledge which will allow you to obtain a degree at the end of it all. Staff are all extremely friendly and eager to offer help when it is needed and when exams and assignment deadlines do come around, you will be well-prepared and equipped with everything you need to get a good result. On top of this, you will be able to meet other like-minded students who share a similar interest to you and are likely to stay friends for a very long time.”

James’ student profile,

"Newcastle is a well-regarded university, with a nice compact campus close to the city centre. When visiting on the open days the staff were very friendly and the calibre of staff was very high. It also felt like the staff wanted to learn with you and were very interactive. The course is very varied and gives everyone a good basis in all areas of civil engineering. This is very important as it is gives you a good basis to choose the modules which you enjoy later on in the course.”

Adi’s student profile

"As a music student, it was important for me to study somewhere with a great music scene and a . Newcastle did not let me down! There is a never a dull moment here, whether you're visiting the , checking out the , or taking a trip to the Quayside. It seems there is always something interesting wherever you go. As well as being a brilliant city in itself, it is right to say Newcastle is one of the friendliest cities I've ever visited. As soon as I arrived the people seemed so warm and welcoming, and made me feel right at home."

Dawn’s student profile

“There is a huge range of clubs and societies here. I have joined the Ultimate Frisbee club that has been loads of fun, travelling to other cities for tournaments and meeting new friends. I also joined the Singapore Society and met great friends that make Newcastle feel more like home. People here are really friendly. I’ve been told that people in the North East are some of the friendliest people you’d meet in the UK. Coming to study in Newcastle has given me a great first experience of living in the UK.”

Programs available

Undergraduate - Faculties/Departments and Programs

University Highlights

Total students - 22,466


International students - 5,674


Total faculty staff - 2,564


Total students - 22,466


International students - 5,674


Total faculty staff - 2,564


Undergraduate Program

12,000 - 14,000
20,000 - 22,000

Postgraduate Program

8,000 - 10,000
20,000 - 22,000
The fees above are an indicative annual course fee in US dollars. Please note that course fees will vary. Always check the exact cost of the program and bear in mind likely additional expenses.


The Scholarships above offer some form of financial aid to prospective students. Please always check the specific requirements and restrictions on scholarship availability.
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