- 88Acceptance Rate
- 15000Average Cost
- 90Employment Rate
Newcastle University is a red brick university and is a member of the Russell Group, an association of prestigious research-intensive UK universities. The university has one of the largest EU research portfolios in the UK. The annual income of the institution for 2017–18 was £495.7 million of which £109.4 million was from research grants and contracts, with an expenditure of £483.3 million.
Teaching and research are delivered in 24 academic schools and 40 research institutes and research centres, spread across three Faculties: the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences; the Faculty of Medical Sciences; and the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering. The university offers around 175 full-time undergraduate degree programmes in a wide range of subject areas spanning arts, sciences, engineering and medicine, together with approximately 340 postgraduate taught and research programmes across a range of disciplines.
The university considers all qualifications that are of a suitable academic level. These include:
For entry to most undergraduate courses, you must have completed your Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC or IB), and provide certificates of your SC results, HSC results and leaving certificate.
For most postgraduate courses, you must have completed a good Bachelor degree, equivalent to a British second class honours degree.
If English is not a student’s first language, they will need to provide a recognised English language test or qualification. Newcastle University considers the following English tests and qualifications: IELTS, TOEFL, iGCSE, A Level English Language, Previous Degree Taught and Assessed in the Medium of English.
Newcastle University invests millions of pounds in financial support for students who choose to come and study there. Its generous scholarships will support new eligible undergraduate students. More information you can find here.