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Engineering International Year One

Engineering International Year One

Engineering shapes the future all around us. Here in Newcastle is where great innovators developed ideas that changed the world. Start your journey to become part of our next generation of world-leading engineers


Your course during COVID-19

Please rest assured we make all reasonable efforts to provide you with the programmes, services and facilities described. However, it may be necessary to make changes due to significant disruption.

Given the changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the commitments outlined are subject to guidelines that may be in place from time to time.

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Course overview

Interested in progressing to Year 2 of an Engineering undergraduate degree at Newcastle University?

Engineers are needed across all sectors, making a degree in engineering a smart career choice. From developing surgical robots to making greener, safer transport or designing the cities of the future, you’ll be using your creativity and problem-solving skills to help shape the world we live in.

This course is suitable for you if you:

  • need to improve your English language study skills within the context of engineering
  • want guaranteed conditional progression to Year 2 of a degree at Newcastle University’s School of Engineering
  • want to build your subject knowledge and English skills through modules taught by INTO Newcastle University
  • want access to specialised equipment within labs at INTO Newcastle University and the School of Engineering

Progression

This course leads to the second year of the following undergraduate degrees at Newcastle University:


Highlights of this degree

Engineering shapes the future all around us. Here in Newcastle is where great innovators such as Armstrong, Stephenson, Merz and Swan developed ideas that changed the world.

Be part of our next generation of world-leading engineers and help address global challenges such as:

  • climate change
  • sustainable energy
  • transport
  • clean water supply
  • waste management

Modules and learning

The module and programme information below is for 2022/2023 entry.


Careers and employability

Be part of our next generation of world-leading engineers and help address global challenges such as:

  • climate change
  • sustainable energy
  • transport
  • clean water supply
  • waste management

Your Engineering career begins here and some of your future career options could be:

  • a Civil Engineer, using the latest technology to design, build and shape the world around us. This includes natural environments, buildings and infrastructures
  • an Electrical Engineer, working in project teams with colleagues in other branches of engineering to design, build and test electrical systems and components
  • a Mechanical Engineer, focusing on anything that moves – from prosthetic limbs and machinery to racing cars. You’ll design, develop and improve mechanical systems across a range of industries

Entry requirements

To study on this course you need to meet the following entry requirements.

All candidates are considered on an individual basis. If your qualifications are not listed here, please see our additional entry requirements web pages to find out which other qualifications are considered. 

The entrance requirements below apply to 2022 entry.


Fees and funding

We offer International Foundation Scholarships to a limited number of gifted students.

Find more information about Fees, Costs and Scholarships.