Newcastle University London

Outreach Activities

Outreach Activities

Find out more about our bespoke workshops and PARTNERS programme.

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Subject-specific Workshops

These sessions reflect the dynamic, industry immersive degrees we offer here at our London campus. These workshops have been designed for students considering studying a business focused degree at university. Activities range from interactive presentations to engaging workshops which encourage students to think about future careers. Our workshops are constantly being updated and we’re happy to work with you in identifying and delivering bespoke sessions for your students.


General Higher Education Workshops

We also offer a wide range of workshops that are applicable to any discipline of university study - offering insight and information on key areas such as the application process, finance and PARTNERS. These universal workshops can also be combined with subject-specific sessions if required. Find out more about our general higher education workshops in the tabs below.


This presentation explains what PARTNERS is, outlines the eligibility criteria and gives more information about the PARTNERS Academic Summer School.  

The PARTNERS Programme offers a range of support and opportunities to help students make a successful application to Newcastle University. Students must fulfil certain eligibility criteria in order to take part and complete a summer school after Year 13/final-year at college which counts towards their grades when they apply to the University. Find out further information on this opportunity here.

Student Life

This interactive presentation gives students an insight into life at Newcastle University. Covering the basics, such as accommodation, student finance and our campus facilities. It also explores the learning and work opportunities available to students throughout their studies. 

Finance & Budgeting

This presentation offers a student finance overview - including the latest information on: student loans, tuition fees, living costs, how to apply and repayment. It also covers bursaries, scholarships and special support grants.


Students will learn about structure, skills how to stand out in their University application. We’ll also share useful hints and tips about what to include and avoid when constructing your personal statement.

Study Skills

Developed in collaboration with teachers, our suite of study skills modules aim to prepare students for the transition from school or college to university. Covering topics such as: revision tips, independent learning, referencing, critical analysis and mental health and wellbeing. Teachers can request the study skills sessions that are most relevant to their students.

University Trivia

A fun quiz that tests students’ current knowledge of higher education and is a great way to establish students’ current level of understanding of university.

Researching Universities

This presentation tackles the UCAS application process including how to research universities and courses, writing personal statements, information on key deadlines and our top tips for submitting a successful application.