Our step-by-step guide will tell you how to apply to Newcastle University as an international student.
Search for courses available for 2019
We have places available for students with good grades on a range of our courses.
Call our Clearing Applications Hotline
Our advisers are ready to talk to you Monday 19 August onwards - 09:00 to 17:00
- If you’re calling within the UK, call 0800 073 5050*
- From outside the UK call +44 191 222 5000
Please have your exam results and UCAS personal ID number ready, if you have one.
*calls to this number are free from landlines and mobiles
Receive an offer
Once we have all the information we need we will respond with a decision as soon as possible.
If you receive an offer we will send you an email telling you what to do next. The email will include information on your guaranteed accommodation and how to apply for it.
Get ready to join us
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Prepare yourself by reading our pre-arrival information for Newcastle University or pre-arrival-information for Newcastle University London.
Most students from outside of the European Economic Area will need to apply for entry clearance permission before departing to study in the UK. The main immigration route for students is Tier 4, which is part of the immigration Points Based System.
Welcome to Newcastle University
We look forward to welcoming you in September.
Our International Welcome programme helps you to make friends, meet staff and settle in to the campus and city.
Our staff and students will be at Newcastle Airport to meet you from your flight on selected days in September and January.
Our free bus service will take you to your University accommodation.
For students starting courses at Newcastle University London, you'll join our Induction Week. You will get all the information you need about studying at Newcastle University London so that you can settle into student life.
Entry requirements and grade equivalencies
Search for your country to find information about entry requirements, scholarships and more.
English Language requirements
English will be the main language you use socially and for study. If English is not your first language you will need to provide a recognised English language test or qualification.