The School offers a range of subjects for postgraduate study:
We have a large postgraduate community and a strong postgraduate culture. We have 68 research postgraduates and over 100 taught postgraduate students, from over 30 countries.
We have excellent studio teaching facilities for postgraduate taught students, and an unrivalled postgraduate research suite providing designated space and equipment for postgraduate researchers.
All postgraduate students benefit from our excellent student support facilities.
For international students to develop the English and design skills you need to succeed in Architecture, INTO Newcastle University offers an Architecture Graduate Diploma.
You apply direct to the University for all of our postgraduate programmes. Students applying for research degrees should complete the online form and supply two references and a research proposal. The research proposal is very important and we cannot assess your application without it. For help with your proposal see Writing a Research Proposal.
Applications are open for our Master of Architecture postgraduate taught course at Newcastle University for September 2014 entry.
The University tuition fees database is regularly updated and gives details of all tuition fees.
Students at Newcastle can generally expect a lower cost of living than in many other parts of the UK. Rent for private accommodation is relatively cheap and traveling around the city is inexpensive. As a guide, we estimate that you will need between £8,500 to £9,500 a year to cover your living costs (not tuition fees).
Find out more about graduate destinations and careers after your study.