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Stiff competition for students with the best grades

15 August 2014  The Times
Round-up of the clearing situation, with Newcastle saying it is pleased with the level of high achieving students who have come through clearing.

published on: 15th August 2014

Stem surge leads to physics degree relaunch

14 August 2014  Times Higher
Professor Nick Wright comments on Newcastle University relaunching a physics degree.

published on: 14th August 2014

Non-Russell Group institutions lead in satisfaction stakes

14 August 2014  Times Higher
Satisfaction levels at Russell Group universities are significantly lower on average than those of smaller institutions, except for Newcastle and Exeter, which buck the trend.

published on: 14th August 2014

Hey gringo, are you still here?

14 August 2014  Times Higher
A look at underemployed graduates, who see their jobs as stepping stones but don't work hard enough to find a job that suits their skills. With comment from Tracy Scurry of Newcastle University Business School.

published on: 14th August 2014

North urged to retain tech graduates

14 August 2014  Financial Times
The southern flight of talented graduates from northern universities may have a detrimental impact on the British government’s hope of creating “technology clusters” across the country, according to a report. David Levinson, assistant director of Newcastle University’s careers service comments, as does Roland Glancy, who invented the Radfan while at Newcastle University.

published on: 14th August 2014

Top colleges offer record number of places

14 August 2014  The Times
Many Russell group universities, including Newcastle, will have lots of places available through clearing this year.

published on: 14th August 2014

Help needed to create 'Silicon Sunderland'

14 August 2014 The Journal
With the North East becoming a major technology hub, better support from local and central government would help it fulfil its potential. Mentions that Newcastle and Northumbria Universities offer some of the best courses in video game design and computing in the country.

published on: 14th August 2014

Help us to save even more kids

14 August 2014  The Journal
Matron for Children and Young People's Cancer and Bone Marrow Transplant Services at Newcastle Hospitals' Great North Children's Hospital, has backed the Future Fund campaign to create a specialist children's cancer research facility at Newcastle University.

published on: 14th August 2014

Taxi firm wins service award from university

14 August 2014  The Journal, Business
Noda taxis have received an excellent service award from the University as part of the institution's excellent supplier awards.

published on: 14th August 2014

'This is not a death knell'

13 August 2014  The Irish News
Professor Richard Davies comments on good practices in connection with fracking.

published on: 13th August 2014

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