Newcastle University’s 50-acre campus in Newcastle city centre is the hub for its teaching, research and collaboration. It includes facilities for research innovation, teaching and learning, and engagement.
Students benefit from facilities such as its award-winning library service and Centre for Physical Recreation and Sport.
The University aims to be a sustainable campus, promoting initiatives to encourage its students and staff to adopt a sustainable lifestyle.
The University’s environmental commitments have been rewarded with a First Class award from the People and Planet University League.
The University’s international strategy supports its aim to have a strong international community, experience, reputation and impact.
The University is proud of its international community, hosting students from over 120 different countries and staff from over 80 countries. It has excellent cross-cultural interaction from working with more than 200 overseas universities and institutions.
Following the outcome of the 2016 EU referendum, Newcastle University remains committed to collaborations with European partners, international students and staff.
At Newcastle University, with world-class research and TEF Gold accredited teaching, its people are at the core of its success.
Its impact and functions are supported by over 6,000 staff members across its four campuses.
The University’s team includes academic and professional staff working together across a variety of disciplines, and staff members working in a number of services and facilities including computing (NUIT), libraries, accommodation, estates, careers, and sport.
Source: Newcastle University’s website
DOES NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY ACCEPT MALAYSIA’S ENGLISH 1119 TEST RESULTS?
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DISTANCE FROM LONDON
290 miles (~3 hours by train from Newcastle upon Tyne campus)