Newcastle was named one of the top civic universities in the country in the latest Times and Sunday Times University league tables.
The primary feature of a civic university is its sense of purpose – an understanding of not just what it is good at, but what it is good for.
A civic university sees itself as delivering benefits to individuals, organisations and to society as a whole. It means putting academic knowledge, creativity and expertise to work, to come up with innovations and solutions that make a difference.
At Newcastle University, our combination of academic excellence on the supply side and a range of regional and global challenges on the demand side, has led to a reinvention of the traditional idea of a civic university.
We've mapped out some of the ways in which Newcastle University is making an impact on society globally.
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