If you have applied through UCAS, you can check the details of your offer using UCAS Track.
The UCAS website contains information on:
- How to access Track
- What different types of offers mean
- How and when to respond to your offer
The Common ApplicationThe Common Application
If you applied using The Common Application the details of your offer have been sent by email.
Please let us know if you would like to accept or decline your offer by using the email address in your offer letter. There is no deposit to pay so if your circumstances change prior to enrolment, you will still be able to withdraw without financial penalty.
If you have received a conditional offer, this means we require evidence of further test scores. Your place at Newcastle University will be confirmed once you have met the conditions of your offer and your test scores have been received. If you do not achieve the test scores outlined in your offer letter, please do still contact us to discuss your options.
If you have received an unconditional offer, your offer is already confirmed and you do not need to provide anything further.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about your offer.
If you’re going to be studying for longer than six months, you’ll need to apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa. Our guidance on applying for a Tier 4 visa tells you what you need to do.
Once you have an unconditional firm offer, we’ll automatically send you a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) statement. This will be sent by email between the beginning of June and the end of August of the year you intend to begin your studies. CAS letters are issued no earlier than six months before the start date of your course.
You need your CAS statement details and reference number to apply for your Tier 4 student visa.
Our undergraduate Fees and Funding pages list all the funding opportunities available to you.
You are guaranteed somewhere to live throughout the duration of your studies here, as long as you meet certain conditions.
Read more about how and when to apply on our undergraduate Accommodation page.
We regularly attend international exhibitions and visits, so if we're visiting your country we would love to meet you.
We also host offer-holder events in some countries and will send you an invitation by email if we will be hosting one in your country.
You may wish to arrange a visit to the campus and take a tour with one of our students.
If you are unable to travel to the Newcastle to visit, our website has a range of virtual tours, allowing you to explore the city, facilities and accommodation.
You can follow us on social media to keep up to date with the latest news. You will also receive an invitation to join an official social media group for offer holders, where you can get updates from the University and connect with other applicants.
Depending on which course you have applied for, we might contact you to offer you the chance to speak with a current student, attend an online event or join a live chat.
You can find student blogs, articles and quizzes on the On Course to NCL website.
Before You Arrive
You’ll receive arrival information by email with everything you need to know before arriving in Newcastle.
Before you leave, you might be invited to a pre-departure event run by our staff, either in your country or online.
We’ll ask you to provisionally register online before arriving at Newcastle University. This will save you time when you get to the University.
You’ll receive registration instructions by email approximately six weeks before your course starts.
If you’re an INTO Newcastle University student, you’ll receive registration instructions for further study after you’ve completed your INTO course.
The registration email will also tell you how to access your University email account.
Don’t worry if you can’t register online. You can do this on campus when you arrive.
Once you’re here, you can join our International Welcome Programme. These events are designed to help you settle into life at Newcastle. You can find out more on our Pre-Arrival website, as well as information about:
- Airport Meet and Greet Service
- Early Arrivals Activities
- Freshers’ Week
- Term dates
Our Students’ Union runs Freshers’ Week, with a full schedule of activities to help you settle in and make friends.
When you arrive, you’ll also need to complete your registration.
Paying your tuition fees
As part of the registration process you will be asked to pay your tuition fees. There is more information about how to do this on our Pre-Arrival website.
You can get a 2% discount off your annual tuition fees if you pay them in full before the end of Registration Week.
Further details can be found on our fees pages.