Newcastle University is one of the best in the world, ranking in the top 1% of world universities. We have a long history of teaching dating back to 1834 and are a Russell Group university (regarded as the UK version of the Ivy League). We are proud of what we have to offer as a university and a city and want the brightest and best students to join our diverse and international community. Our reputation for academic excellence, high graduate employability and an amazing student experience attracts almost 5,000 international students from more than 120 different countries.
We offers a wide range of degree programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including Medical Sciences, Law, Business & Finance, Architecture, Media, International Studies, Art, Museum & Gallery Studies, Computing Science and Engineering.
Our campus is located in the heart of Newcastle, one of the UK’s most vibrant and exciting cities; famous for its friendly locals and fun loving character. Known for our warm Geordie welcome, Newcastle is one of those rare places where you instantly feel at home. A big city in a small space, offering all the excitement of a modern metropolis combined with small-town friendliness. We have a vibrant restaurant and bar scene, as well as world-class arts, music, shopping and sport and we're just 25 minutes from beautiful beaches via the Metro rail system.
Belonging to the Russell Group of Universities, our reputation for world-leading research has helped us to attract some of the leading academics and researchers from around the globe. The quality of our work has been recognised through prestigious awards and our commitment to education for life is backed by our strong graduate employability record. We have an ongoing programme of investment in our facilities. Brand new buildings like our £35 million student services building, £8 million refurbishment of the student’s Union and our £4.5 million music studios are the most obvious signs of this but throughout campus you can enjoy newly refurbished laboratories, lecture theatres and computing suites.
Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, NE1 7RU
Entry requirements for courses can be found on the University website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Find out the Canadian qualifications that we accept for entry onto undergraduate and postgraduate courses at http://www.ncl.ac.uk/international/country/canada