Newcastle University London

Pre-arrival

Pre-Arrival Information

Congratulations on achieving a place to study at Newcastle University London - we are looking forward to meeting you in September!

Induction Week - important information

All students are required to attend Induction Week, which will give you all of the information you need about studying at Newcastle University London and will allow you to settle into student life and meet other students before studies begin.

Induction Week begins on the following dates:

  • Pathway Students - International Year One, Graduate Diplomas and International Foundation - Monday 25th September, 9am 
  • Bsc Students - Monday 25th September, 9am
  • Msc Students - Wednesday 27th September, 9am

If you are unable to attend Induction Week, you may not be able to join classes the following week.

Please ensure you are available all week to attend all talks, course introductions, tours and presentations.

Induction Week in not only about getting to know your course, it is also about getting to know London, your new city! There will be a programme of social events provided by the Students' Union including opportunities such as, visiting the London Zoo, going to a West End Show and a full schedule of evening events. To find out more information, please refer to the Students’ Union website

Pre-arrival correspondence

All students will receive email correspondence from Newcastle University London. In early September, you will receive a welcome email with important dates and times, pre-departure tips and items you will need to register.

What to expect during Induction Week

You will attend a range of talks, social activities and tours to help you prepare for your Newcastle University London adventure!
 
In your first week, you will receive:
  • A formal welcome to Newcastle University London and an introduction to the services and support available
  • A tour of the campus including teaching and learning facilities
  • A tour of the surrounding area to help you identify useful stores, restaurants and amenities
  • An introduction to your course lecturers/teachers
  • Welfare and healthcare advice, including information on how to register with a local doctor
  • Instructions on how to register for classes
  • Advice on how to open a UK bank account
  • An invitation to social events especially designed for Newcastle University London students

International Students

Visa Requirements

If you're a national of the European Economic Area (EEA) or of Switzerland you don't require a visa or immigration permission to study in the UK. Visit our Visa and Immigration page for further information. 

The Student Charter

All new students should read the Student Charter prior to the commencement of their studies, you can find the document here.

Hard copies of the Student Charter are available from Student Services on the 4th floor of campus.