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Open Days

Opportunities to visit campus, meet our academics and learn more about our courses.

Attending one of on-campus or virtual events is a great way to learn more about us and to get an insight into what life as a HCA student can look like. If you haven't yet applied for one of our courses, you can find more information on our courses and information below.If you have already attended on event, you can find additional materials and information about our staff, students and courses. 


We hold undergraduate open days for prospective undergraduate students in summer and autumn.

The open days provide the perfect opportunity to come and look around the campus.

You can talk to staff and current students. Check the Undergraduate website for further information about our on-campus events.

For further details, email:

An undergraduate open day at Newcastle.


We hold postgraduate open days for prospective students to look around the campus.  You can talk to staff and current students. Check the Postgraduate website for further information about our on-campus events.

Our next on-campus Open Days will take place in early 2023. Check back here for updated details in the new year.

For further details, email:

A postgraduate open day.

Take a tour

If you're unable to visit us on campus, taking a virtual tour is a great way to get to know us better.  The Facilities Tour video below explores the areas of campus that students of History, Classics and Archaeology use the most, including the state-of-the-art Wolfson Lab and the Great North Museum. Explore these spaces futher via the Interactive Tour.

There are other virtual tours available to explore the rest of Newcastle University campusacademic facilities and the city

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Meet the HCA Academics

Leading researchers in their field of study, our academics are passionate about the modules they teach.  Throughout your time with us, you'll get the chance to learn from many of our academic members of staff who will deliver lectures, lead seminar groups and work one-to-one with you to prepare for assessments and examinations.

Want to know more about our academics? Click the links below and let them introduce themselves!

Want to know more? Visit our People page to find out more about our staff members.


UniBuddy allows you to chat online with current students and staff members. Get answers to your burning questions from the people who know Newcastle University - and our courses - inside out.

Visit the UniBuddy page and filter by 'Area of Study' to see the current students and staff members who are available for chat. Click on 'Match me with an Ambassador' and fill out your details to find the perfect UniBuddy to chat with.  You can also read blogs written by our current students to get the scoop on a range of topics such as accommodation, social activities and student finance.

Students outside the Martin Luther King statue