Find out more about the vibrant, dynamic and exciting social scene at Newcastle University.
Many of our students are members of student societies. They're a chance to meet other students for regular meet-ups, social events, trips and lectures.
The Students' Union website has information about the societies you can join when you get to Newcastle. These include:
Intra Mural Sport (IMS) is a programme of weekly sport activities available to all Newcastle University students. Students of all sporting abilities are encouraged to join in.
Our Centre for Physical Sport and Recreation offers a range of sports facilities, including a gym.
Life in Newcastle
Newcastle is a lively and exciting place to live. There's lots to do and see, and a great selection of shops and eateries to explore. Visit out central website to find out more about:
Get out of the city and explore your fascinating and beautiful surroundings during our regular trips to classical and historical Northumbria.
During your time here at Newcastle University, there'll be plently of opportunity to get out of the city and explore your fascinating historical surroundings.
From the discovery of exotic treasures in Bede’s burial, to the essential supply of coal to the Industrial Revolution, Northumbria has fascinating connections to the history of the world.
One of our valued Classicists, Dr Susanna Phillippo, has run informal trips to the surrounding area for eight years now, and there is certainly much to be gained by attending these interesting excursions.
Regular trips include:
- Hadrian’s Wall
- Roman ruins in Corbridge
- Alnwick town and castle
- historical and classical Newcastle
The trips are open to and enjoyed by students of all schools at the University, but are of particular interest (and academic value) to history, classics and archaeology students.
For more information about the trips, please email Dr Phillippo.
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology offers both academic support and pastoral support. Further support is offered by central University services.
Degree Programme Directors are there to give you academic support on your particular programme, such as module choices and general academic queries.
Personal Tutors are there to give you help and advice on your general and personal welfare.
You can also go to the School Office (on the 1st floor of the Armstrong Building) for general queries, such as information about:
- term dates
- assignment extensions
- year abroad issues
- looking up your student records
- changing your contact details
Other support services include the Student Wellbeing Service which offers confidential advice and support on issues such as:
- mature students
- students with children
- emotional health
- mental wellbeing