Newcastle University Business School

Reputation and Quality

Reputation and Quality

Triple Accreditation

We are part of an elite group of Business Schools worldwide that hold triple accreditation from the three internationally recognised accreditation bodies.

Being triple accredited is a shining endorsement of the quality of our School and programmes. This places us in the top 1% of business schools worldwide. 

The process to be awarded with triple accredited status involves a meticulous assessment of the School’s activities and its programmes. During the assessment a panel visits the School and interviews staff, current students, alumni and corporate clients.

Our accreditation status is a recognition of the high quality of everything we do. It also boosts the reputation of the University around the world and benefits the wider business community in the city and region.

We see ourselves as part of the North East economic community and our accreditation status will help us contribute to real regional development.

Professional Accreditation

Our accreditation demonstrates our commitment to providing an exceptional education. It also confirms that our programmes meet the standards set by professional bodies.

Our programmes are significantly influenced and shaped by the needs of professional bodies and the global employment market.

Our accredited degrees share close links with industry, meaning that our students are exposed to cutting edge business developments.

Students graduating from accredited courses are also eligible to apply for membership of a professional body and may be exempt from professional exams or further academic study.

Find out more about our programme level professional accreditation and exemptions.

Student Experience

We believe that business is shaped by the desire to think differently. Our driving purpose is to push the boundaries of knowledge by facilitating bold thinking through our research, teaching and business networks.

As part of Newcastle University, we are a member of the Russell Group. 

The Russell Group is the association of the 24 leading UK universities which are commited to maintaining the very best research, outstanding teaching and learning experiences and superior links with businesses.

Our thinking, combined with a a first class reputation for academic excellence, high graduate employability and excellent student experience makes sure that we are a first choice destination for students from across the world.

Teaching quality and student experience

Our commitment to teaching quality and improving the student experience is reflected through our results in national and international student satisfaction surveys. 

Student opinion data

The gathering of student opinion is an essential component of the University’s quality assurance and quality enhancement processes. Find out how the University achieves this.

Destination of leavers from higher education (DHLE)

The DHLE survey looks at students who gained a qualification from a university or college, six months after they left and asks whether they are employed, studying, both or, neither.

Retention rates

The University sets out how it will sustain and improve student success in its access agreement. This includes an assessment of how we are performing against our own objectives for widening access and retaining participation students.

Key information set

The key information set comprises the items of information which students have said they find most useful when making choices about which course to study.