Global Opportunities

Incoming Exchanges

Incoming Exchanges

Study at Newcastle University through your University's exchange agreement


Why Newcastle?

With its remarkable blend of modern city and timeless countryside, traditional and contemporary architecture, rich history and heritage, vibrant entertainment and impressive transport connections, Newcastle is a great option for students looking for a world-class British education and a study abroad experience they will remember forever.

You’ll enjoy getting to know our stunning campus and accessing all of the brilliant services we offer. In addition to world-class facilities to support your studies, there are lots of social areas to meet friends and unwind. With a strong sense of community, it won’t be long before Newcastle feels like home.

We also offer Exchange students:

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What can I study?

Exchange students choose modules from the subject area(s) listed in the exchange agreement between Newcastle University and your home institution. You should clarify any restrictions before you apply to make sure we can offer you the courses you need.

To make the module selection process easier, we have divided the modules into different ‘pathways’ to help you find what you are looking for. Typically, a student will take between 3 to 5 modules in one semester.

If you would prefer to browse the entire Module Catalogue, you are welcome to visit this page.

You will benefit from visiting the Module Guidance page before you start the selection process. This will ensure you choose modules of the right level and credit value. 

Kindly note that not every module taught by Newcastle University is available to exchange students. We recommend you carefully check the availability of modules by using the links on this page. Information provided on other pages may not clarify what is and what is not available to exchange students. Please contact us if you would like advice or information on selecting modules. We understand it can be a complicated process and we are happy to help you with any questions. You may also want to consult with your coordinator at your home university.

Read more about the Learning Experience at Newcastle.