We have a wide range of undergraduate degrees. A number of our subjects are rated in the top 10 of the UK's most prominent league tables.
Undergraduate degrees are a range of courses for students going to university for the first time. In international terms, an undergraduate programme may be called a 'bachelor' or 'first degree' or 'pre-graduate'.
All undergraduate (Bachelor) degree programmes at Newcastle University are Honours degree programmes. A degree awarded 'with Honours' is of a higher standard than one awarded without Honours (known as an ordinary or pass degree). Students may follow an Honours degree course but not be awarded Honours if their academic performance fails to reach a specified standard.
INTO Newcastle University offers a range of courses for students who do not meet the academic and English language requirements for direct entry to the university. They are based on campus and taught by qualified and highly experienced professionals.
Foundation programmes are courses that prepares you for entry onto an undergraduate or postgraduate degree. Foundation programmes help you improve your understanding of one or more subjects necessary to study for a degree. The programme will often include a study of English to help improve language ability.
Find out more about the undergraduate INTO courses available.