Student Progress

Visa Support

Visa Support

Get advice and guidance on your student visa from the Visa Support Team.

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The Visa Support Team is based on level 2, King’s Gate and offers dedicated visa support to registered and prospective students at Newcastle University.

The Visa Advisers are Tracey Aston, Hena Mookerji, Kay Broadhurst, Sarah Aittis, Daniel McMahon and Eleanor Armstrong.

You can find advice and guidance on a range of visa issues on our website, including: 

Get help from the Visa Support Team

The Visa Support Team offer individual appointments and group sessions for students who require a visa:

Please see the Statement of Service for details of the remit of our services. [add link]

Contact Us

To contact the Visa Support Team in Newcastle, email: visa@ncl.ac.uk

To contact the Visa Support Team in Newcastle University London, email: visa.nul@ncl.ac.uk

You can also email us with your student visa enquiry via the webform.

Office of Immigration Service Commissioners (OISC)

The Visa Advisers at Newcastle University are authorised to provide immigration advice and services as regulated by the Office of Immigration Service Commissioners (OISC). The OISC sets the standards to which services and advice must comply. For more information about the OISC, please visit Office of Immigration Service Commissioners.

Data Protection

A record of advice given will be noted and recorded electronically on a confidential system. All data is stored in accordance with Newcastle University’s Data Protection policy. For further details, please visit the University’s Data Protection website. In line with our obligations to the Home Office as a Tier 4 licensed sponsor, however, we may be required to share information on specific cases. Please ask the Visa Support Team for further details.

In the event of an institutional audit by the OISC, your record may be viewed strictly for audit purposes only. Please let your adviser know if you do not wish to have your record used for this purpose.

Complaints

If you have a complaint about the service you have received, please refer initially to our Student Complaints Procedure. If you wish to complain about any immigration advice which you consider to be poor or incorrect, you can contact the OISC.