Engagement describes the many ways in which the activity and benefits of our education and research can be shared beyond the University. It’s a two-way process with the aim of delivering mutual benefit for both the University and our external partners.
Engagement can take many forms with our staff, students and alumni and involves our partners in the commercial, community and voluntary and public sectors.
In line with our institutional aspirational values our engagement activities:
- are rooted in our research and education excellence
- are creative and innovative
- provide ideas and solutions that will make an impact for society
We are committed to delivering benefits to individuals, organisations and to society as a whole.
How we're engaging
Newcastle University's engagement activities take many forms.
The University organises a range of public events, from public lectures to music performances.
Voluntary and community groups
Newcastle University is committed to forming strong links with community and voluntary sector organisations.
Research at Newcastle University transforms lives and influences policy internationally.
Working with business
We provide a range of specialist services and facilities to support your business needs.
We work in partnership with schools and colleges across the UK to support students’ access to quality advice and guidance about higher education.
At Newcastle University, engagement is an integral part of our teaching, research and service endeavours.
If you're interested in finding out more about engagement activities at Newcastle University contact:
University Engagement Manager
Telephone: +44 (0)191 208 8312