Studying in our School will offer you a first class education and provide you with an excellent basis for your future career. The School of Agriculture Food and Rural Development is the largest university-based group of academics and researchers involved with the rural industries of Britain and overseas.
Many of our postgraduates are from overseas and we have students from over 20 different countries. We welcome international students and have a range of information designed to help you :
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You will be required to provide evidence of your English language ability before beginning your programme. If necessary, the University can offer language training (a fee is charged for pre-sessional courses) and support during your programme of study in specific areas such as dissertation/thesis writing.
You can contact our International Office for more information and advice about studying at Newcastle.