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Student Declaration

Student Declaration

To register at the University, you must accept the following declaration. This is done as part of the online registration system.

To register as a student at the University, you must make and accept the following declaration. Accepting the declaration is done as part of the online registration process

‘I hereby promise to conform to the discipline of the University and to all statutes, regulations and rules in place for the time being in so far as they concern me’.


I have read and accept the University Terms and Conditions governing the legal framework for my studies, set out in 2023 Terms and Conditions


‘I have read and accept the University’s Student Privacy Notice and understand how my personal data will be used, as outlined in the notice’.


I acknowledge and accept that it may be necessary to make changes to academic provision in 2023/24 in response to any significant disruption cause by a global pandemic or other emergency situation, in line with Government guidance;


‘I acknowledge and accept that as a student of Newcastle University I must:

  • Follow relevant safety measures implemented by the University to control the spread of COVID
  • Promptly notify the University if I test positive for COVID
  • Promptly advise the University of my Home and Term Time Addresses and telephone numbers, including prompt notice of any changes.
  • Promptly advise the University of any changes in my personal circumstances that affect my ability to study.
  • Promptly notify the University if I am away from study for more than 3 consecutive days.
  • Promptly report to the School if am requested to do so.
  • Not engage in any activity that may be a criminal or civil offence in the UK.
  • Promptly pay any monies due to the University.
  • Regularly check my University email account.’


‘I acknowledge and accept that as an international student of Newcastle University I must:

  • Promptly present my passport and/ or other visa related documents for checking when requested by the University.
  • Not exceed my legal entitlement to work in the UK.
  • Seek advice from Newcastle University if I need to renew my student visa.
  • Keep Newcastle University updated if I renew my visa or if my visa application is rejected or refused.
  • Keep Newcastle University updated on dates of arrival in the UK or leaving the UK.’

‘I acknowledge that Newcastle University, under the terms of its licence from the UK Home Office, may be obliged to report to the UK Home Office any of the following circumstances:

  • If I do not fully complete my registration requirements.
  • If I transfer my programme.
  • If I stop attending my programme without good reason.
  • If I stop attending my programme and do not keep my School/Institute informed.
  • If I withdraw from my programme.
  • If I take a leave of absence from my Programme.
  • If my application to the University is discovered to be materially incorrect.
  • If any identity documents that I present to the University are fraudulent or out of date.
  • If I am discovered to be in breach of any other terms of my student visa.
  • If I change my study location to be outside of Newcastle.’

‘I acknowledge that as a consequence of reporting some of the items noted above, Newcastle University may also be required to terminate my registration.’

‘I acknowledge that it is my responsibility to provide evidence of my right to study in the UK and maintain appropriate immigration permission to remain in the UK for the purposes of study. If I fail to provide such evidence, or I fail to maintain my right to study for the duration of my programme, I understand that my registration at Newcastle University may be terminated.’

‘I acknowledge that Newcastle University has the right to contact the UK Home Office to resolve any queries on my immigration status.’

You should note that all University Regulations are available online. Your attention is particularly drawn to the University General Regulations, programme specific regulations and the Student Charter, see