Newcastle University in Singapore

Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate Degrees

Our undergraduate degrees were developed by Newcastle University and the Singapore Institute of Technology. These use facilities provided by polytechnics to deliver high-quality degrees in Singapore.

Details on our new joint degree programmes with the Singapore Institute of Technology can be found on the SIT Undergraduate Programmes page.

Our programmes all run for two years. You'll be able to convert your Diploma-level or similar qualifications to a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree. Your degree is awarded by an internationally recognised institution: Newcastle University, UK.

You'll receive high-quality education. You'll be taught by leading academics from Newcastle University.

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You can take part in an overseas study experience at Newcastle’s UK campus.

If you graduate with high marks, you'll be eligible to apply for postgraduate study (Masters or PhD). You can do this at Newcastle University's Singapore or UK campus.

Our degrees are relevant to industry. All our degrees are accredited by UK professional engineering institutions, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).  


Each degree programme is designed on existing successful provision at Newcastle University. They are of the same standard and meet regional demands.

You can study any of the following courses:

Chemical Engineering

Electrical Power Engineering

Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering

Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering

External Examiner Policy

Our Joint Degree Programmes are under the governance of the external examiner framework. It aims to provide a framework within which all examiners must operate in order to comply with the University’s Statutes and, in particular, to enable the Senate to fulfil its responsibilities as the supreme governing body in all academic matters (Statutes 27-29).

For more information, please refer to the Policy and Procedures for External Examiners of Taught Programmes.