Our degrees are rated independently as being excellent. Newcastle University was rated as 'University of the Year 2002' and The Sunday Times said that "The School of Agriculture Food and Rural Development is rated top for both teaching and research."
In 2009, the University was awarded the prestigious Queens Anniversary Prize.
The National Students' Survey conducted in 2006 of our final year students proved that they were 'very satisfied at the quality of the course.'
We offer a wide range of BSc Honours degree programmes. Some allow you to tailor your study by deferring your choice of final specialism. For course content, module lists, teaching and assessment, entry requirements, careers, and finance information please see our degree descriptions below:
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If you require further information on any of these courses please request a brochure from: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please view our careers booklet (PDF: 16.6MB) which contains profiles of previous students and what they are doing now.