Newcastle University London

Our Campus

Our Campus

Newcastle University London delivers outstanding learning facilities in a purpose-built building near Liverpool Street station. The campus brings together students, alumni and businesses from around the world.

Flexible teaching spaces

Our facilities include multi-purpose lecture theatres and modern seminar rooms, all containing interactive whiteboards.

These flexible learning spaces support:

  • lectures
  • practical sessions
  • seminars
  • tutorials
  • supported private study
  • e-learning
  • postgraduate lounge
Classroom

Learning Resource Centre

Our on-site Learning Resource Centre offers a range of learning materials including:

  • core textbooks
  • DVDs and CDs
  • newspapers
  • printing, copying and scanning facilities

You will also have access to Newcastle University’s online learning resources. These include over half a million ebooks and electronic journals.

The experienced and friendly Learning Resource Centre staff provide advice and training to help you make the most of the resources available.

Our location

Our campus is at the centre of some of the most exciting areas in London right now. Nearby Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane and Shoreditch are just a few of the places where you’ll find:

  • vintage markets
  • shops and boutiques
  • independent art galleries
  • a lively cultural scene.

Living in London also gives you access to renowned local libraries including Bishopsgate Institute, City Business Library and the Barbican Library.

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Our campus building

Newcastle University London provides outstanding teaching and learning facilities in a purpose-built building on Middlesex Street, near Liverpool Street Station. The building is shared with international students preparing for degree-level study at City University London. This gives you an integrated and dynamic learning environment and the opportunity to meet students on other programmes.

IT facilities and e-resources

You will benefit from extensive IT facilities and free wireless internet access.

Once registered on your programme you will have a Newcastle University email address and a student smartcard. This gives you access to a range of online learning materials.

Newcastle University degree programmes use online technology to provide study resources through a virtual learning environment (VLE). This provides access to:

  • reading lists
  • course handouts
  • online assessment
  • online discussions with tutors and fellow students

Support and wellbeing

Professionally trained staff offer confidential help and advice, on everything from student finance and accommodation to immigration and general wellbeing. Our on-site Student Support team is also available to provide emotional and pastoral support for students.