Newcastle University is home to a diverse and cosmopolitan community with over 4,000 international students from over 110 countries worldwide.
The University has strong links in Japan with exchange agreements with many Japanese Universities including:
We welcome new students from Japan each year, and there are currently there are over 80 Japanese students studying here on English Language, exchange, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Some of the more popular programmes taken at undergraduate level are: Architecture, Media, and Town Planning and many students from Japan favour our junior year abroad programme (International Year Abroad with English). At master’s level, our Translating and Interpreting, Applied Linguistics and TESOL and also Cross Cultural Communication programmes are of particular interest to Japanese students.
Representatives from the International Office and academic schools visit Japan regularly to visit our partners, meet with students across the country, attend education exhibitions and conduct presentations in the offices of both the British Council and education agents.
“There is a clear system at Newcastle University as to how a PhD should be studied for. I have been well advised by my supervisor on the progress I should be making at different times during the research and writing up periods.”
Isao Speech Sciences (Phonetics and Phonology) PhD
For more information about scholarships available, please refer to our scholarships section.
We have details of support and guidance on visa applications on our University website.