Located in the north-east of England, Newcastle University is a renowned public research institution with an international reputation for excellence. This red brick university was established in 1834 and is founded on more than 180 years of educational heritage, with a progressive and future-focused curriculum.
Newcastle University is a research-driven institution, and a member of the prestigious Russell Group. It offers an impressive selection of almost 250 full-time undergraduate courses and more than 400 postgraduate courses spanning a range of subject areas from arts and sciences, engineering and technology, medicine, healthcare and humanities. The academic structure of the university comprises three departments: the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Medical Sciences and the Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering.
There are around 16,000 undergraduate student and 5,000 postgraduates, who form an inclusive and international community of learners, representing more than 140 global nationalities. Campus accommodation is available to all first-year students, and the site is well serviced by academic resources, coffee shops and cafes, and world-class sports and fitness facilities.
In addition to its UK campus, Newcastle University has campuses in Singapore and Malaysia.