Newcastle University

Newcastle University

Newcastle University opened as a School of Medicine and Surgery in 1834. Over its 179-year history, Newcastle has grown into an internationally recognised university, with academic expertise across three faculties: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering. Every year they welcome international students from more than 100 countries to the University, and they greatly value the cultural diversity that you bring. They are proud of what they have to offer as a university and a city, and they want the brightest and best students from all over the world to join the diverse international community. Newcastle is one of the top 20 UK universities targeted by graduate employers. They offer everything you need to meet the expectations. This includes high-quality degrees, an award-winning Careers Service and a huge range of extracurricular activities to showcase your achievements. “Newcastle’s a perennially popular choice with applicants, and small wonder. It’s got an impressive track record and is located in a city that has been named the UK’s best university city – one that inspires immense affection in locals and visitors alike” - The Guardian University Guide 2013

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