United Kingdom
Newcastle University
The university's origins can be traced back to the School of Medicine and Surgery (later the College of Medicine), which was founded in 1834, and the College of Physical Science (later renamed Armstrong College), which was founded in 1871. Newcastle University offers approximately 200 undergraduates and 300 graduate programmes to international students.

Cost of attendance

The average cost of attendance including tuition and living expenses ranges around 28,000-40,000 GBP (~28.8-41 lakh INR) based on the program selected.


Newcastle University London provides students with a variety of housing options. There are numerous residences close to campus. There are nine undergraduate residence halls and four graduate residence halls. Living at Scape East, a popular accommodation option just five minutes from campus, costs nearly 525 Euro per week with meals (studio option). Living in a studio without a meal plan can cost as much as 252 pounds per week. Free parking, bike storage, laundry, lounge, Wi-Fi, communal TV, and communal areas are among the amenities. Couples with children can choose from 24 self-contained studios in two residence halls. The average off-campus rent is 500 to 700 Pounds per month.

Acceptance rate

The number of students enrolled at the university are 27943. They have over 5,000 International students from more than 120 countries. The acceptance rate is 87%.


Newcastle University has four campuses: one in Newcastle, one in Malaysia, one in Singapore, and one in London. The Newcastle campus houses an award-winning library and the Centre for Physical Recreation and Sport. The Newcastle campus is estimated to cover a useful 50-acre plot of land. The Newcastle Helix Urban Sciences building houses the School of Computing and serves as an active laboratory for research. Four libraries provide exceptional educational resources such as six million ebooks, one million print books, 500 personal computers, rare and historic books and maps, and campus-wide Wi-Fi. The Centre for Physical Recreation and Sport at the university is a world-class sports facility. Newcastle University's student union offers over 160 societies. Newcastle University provides 65 sports clubs to all students.


The University of Newcastle's Business School (NBS) has received international acclaim for its programs through accreditation with the international accrediting body Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Jobs and Placement

In terms of employability, Newcastle University is one of the best in the UK. Job fairs, online Excel training, 1-2-1s with Business School Career Consultants, Career workshops, Bloomberg short courses, and other opportunities are available to students at Newcastle University. Newcastle graduates can earn up to 120,000 GBP per year on average.

QS Ranking

#134 in QS Global World University Rankings, 2022.

The Ranking

#146 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education, 2022.

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