Newcastle University London

How to Apply

How to Apply

Applying for a University Preparation Programme

To apply for one of our University Preparation Programmes; International Foundation, International Year One, Graduate Diploma, Academic English or Presessional English then you can apply online on INTO's website. INTO specialises in university preparation programmes for international students and manages Newcastle University London's admissions process.

You can also apply by completing the Newcastle University London Application Form and sending it back to newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk

After you have submitted your application

No matter which course you have applied to, our dedicated admissions team will support you every step of the way. We have multilingual advisers who are available to help answer any questions you may have. They can speak a range of languages including English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Arabic, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Lithuanian, French, Italian, Polish, German, Vietnamese, Malay and Portuguese.

Receiving and accepting your offer

We will carefully review your application and, if successful, send you a formal offer of a place. If you have provided all of the documentation required, for our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees this is usually within seven working days, and two working days for university preparation programmes. During busy periods of the year, or if your application is referred to an academic selector it may take longer.

You should read your offer letter, which will list any conditions that you still need to meet, and give clear instructions on how to accept your place.

We will send you information relevant to your application via email, including any offer holder events, campus updates and scholarship opportunities that you might be eligible for.

Preparing for enrolment

Once you have accepted your offer, you will be invited to apply for student accommodation, if you haven’t already. Close to the start of term you will receive detailed information about registration and fresher’s week, including when to arrive on campus, what documents to bring with you and what social events and activities will be on offer. We can also help to organise an airport pickup for you if you are travelling from overseas.

For international students who require a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK, once you have met any outstanding conditions on your offer and accepted your place, we will send you a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS), subject to passing the necessary checks. This is the document you will use to apply for your student visa.

Courses at Newcastle University Business School

The world of business is constantly changing. We’ll help you drive that change by giving you the right skills to meet the needs of future work. You’ll leave as a socially responsible graduate, with subject knowledge and resilient competencies. This will shape your attributes as a future-focused manager and leader.

We offer degrees from undergraduate level through to PhD. These include part-time executive education programmes and a full-time MBA.