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INTO Newcastle Univeristy

Address: The INTO Building, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, United Kingdom

Description INTO Newcastle Univeristy

INTO Newcastle Univeristy has an international reputation. It is one of the most prestigious educational institutions of the country, the EU, the world. Newcastle Univeristy is distinguished by high rates of employment of graduates, students' satisfaction with the learning process, quality of services.

The University is located in the central part of Newcastle. The campus close to the main attractions of the city, which makes for the simplicity and convenience of organizing leisure, whether it be entertainment or cognitive walks. Many foreign students choose Newcastle for economic reasons. This large city from the TOP-20 of British megacities is distinguished by reasonable prices for housing, food. Visiting the many cultural events held here throughout the year also costs students inexpensively. 

Into University in Newcastle has an international reputation. It is one of the most prestigious educational institutions of the country, the EU, the world. Newcastle Univeristy is distinguished by high rates of employment of graduates, students' satisfaction with the learning process, quality of services.

The University is located in the central part of Newcastle. The campus close to the main attractions of the city. This makes for the simplicity and convenience of organizing leisure, whether it be entertainment or cognitive walks. Many students choose Newcastle for economic reasons. This large city from the TOP-20 of English megacities is distinguished by reasonable prices for housing, food. Visiting the many cultural events held here throughout the year also costs students inexpensively.

INTO Newcastle Univeristy

INTO Newcastle Univeristy offers academic (combined) and language programs. Applicants are subject to certain requirements. For academic courses - this knowledge of English at a level is no lower than IELTS 5.0. Indicators for language programs are lower - IELTS 3.0. The minimum age of entrants is 17 years.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in INTO Newcastle Univeristy

Program name
Date
Age
Cost

Foundation

A preparatory program for those wishing to study at Newcastle Univeristy in a bachelor's degree is available in the following areas:

  • · Engineering, physical sciences;
  • · Social, human sciences;
  • · Management, business;
  • · Biomedicine, biology;
  • · Architecture.

The structure of the program includes language blocks and academic modules. Learned disciplines are determined by priority.

The program is designed for 3-4 terms (9-12 months). The load is 21 hours a week or more. The beginning of the studying: January, June, September.

Successful completion of the preparatory courses guarantees enrollment for a bachelor's degree in the chosen direction in Newcastle Univeristy.

Diploma

The program allows you to enroll the 2nd year of the bachelor's degree. It is equivalent to the year of study at Newcastle Univeristy. The program is available for applicants of certain specialties and directions. Standard requirements are applied to applicants, an A-level certificate or successful completion of the Foundation course is also required. The program is also available to applicants who have studied at least 1 year at a bachelor's degree at any university in the world.

Diploma is a combined educational course. The program allows you to acquire the necessary academic, to improve language skills. Studying is offered in two areas:

  • Architecture;
  • Management, business.

The load is standard (21 hours / week). The duration of study is 3-4 trimester (9-12 months). Classes begin in January, June, September.

Diploma for University graduates

The preparatory department for magistracy applicants allows to improve academic skills, to increase the level of English proficiency. The program provides for studying in one of the following areas:

  • Humanities and business;
  • Humanities and business + English language preparatory program;
  • Architecture;
  • Architecture + English preparatory program;

Curricula includes English, basic academic disciplines in the chosen specialty. The result of the studying is to get an idea of ​​the British education system in general and the master's degree in particular, gaining experience in research, grammatical precision, freedom of communication in the linguistic aspect.

Preparation for the Master's degree lasts 3-4 terms (9-12 months). The intensity of studying is from 21 hours per week. Classes begin in September, January, June.

Academic English

Academic English is a specialized language course for applicants for the preparatory department, undergraduate, graduate courses of Newcastle Univeristy. The program provides for the study of all the main language aspects. The emphasis is on oral and written communication. The program also provides for the development of academic skills. Students learn to note, to handle library resources, to practice projects, etc.

Successful completion of the course guarantees enrollment in the preparatory department for the university or for major programs, if the level of English is the only discrepancy between the applicant's competences and admission requirements.

Within the framework of the course on studying English in the academic environment, students spend at least 20 hours a week. The duration of the studying can be different and depends on the level of the basic education of the foreign students, as well as his ambitions. Classes begin in July, April, September and January. The maximum duration of studies is 4 trimester.

The textbooks are paid additionally.

The cost of the program includes:

  • 20 lessons per week;
  • Consultations, support and assistance in studying;
  • Access to Internet resources.

Pre-sessional

A specialized short preparatory program is designed for applicants whose academic competencies correspond to the introductory requirements of Newcastle Univeristy, with the exception of English. Studying at Pre-sessional allows you to update your knowledge, to expand your vocabulary, to gain confidence in the conversation, to provide grammatical accuracy and an exceptional understanding of English. In addition, the program provides cultural adaptation, introduces students to the teaching methods in a British university. As part of the preparatory course, foreign students get acquainted with British ethics, unspoken norms, etc. As for special skills, such as experience of presentations, teamwork, research activities are also developed.

Studying lasts 6 - 10 weeks. The students are given academic education 20 hours a week. Admission to the course is carried out in June-July.

Study abroad with English

The program provides for the joint studying of the English language and other academic programs.

The price of the program does not include textbooks, excursions and cultural events organized by the center.

The dates of the beginning of the course should be specified by the operator.

Accommodation and food

University students live in a host family or residence. The families offer single standard rooms. Residences are available for double rooms, studios, single rooms with private facilities. Accommodation in apartments is also possible.

Meals are provided only when living in a host family. Standard conditions are provided on a half board basis. The power plan can be changed (the conditions are discussed individually).

The cost of living is:

  • student hostel for students of the International Foundation, International Year One and Graduate Diploma, the cost for 3 terms - from £ 7,480 for a single studio, from £ 6,290 for a single room, from £ 5,780 for a double studio;
  • hostel for academic English students, cost per term - from £ 1,980 for a single room, from £ 1,665 for a single room, from £ 1,530 for a double studio;
  • hostel for students of the English preparatory course, cost for 6 weeks - from £ 1,290 for a single room, from £ 1,080 for a single room, from £ 1,020 for a double studio;
  • Abroad with English - from £ 205 per week for a single room, from £ 170 for a single room, from £ 160 for a double studio;
  • Homestay - from 185 pounds per week, from 1850 per term (the cost depends on the chosen program and its duration).

Subjects, specialties

Subjects list: Accounting and Finance BA Honours, Accounting and Finance BSc Honours (London campus), Agriculture BSc Honours, Agriculture with Agronomy BSc Honours, Agriculture with Animal Production Science BSc Honours, Agriculture with Farm Business Management BSc Honours, Ancient History and Archaeology BA Honours, Ancient History BA Honours, Animal Science BSc Honours, Applied Plant Science BSc Honours, Archaeology BA Honours, Archaeology BSc Honours, architecture, Architecture and Urban Planning BA Honours, Architecture BA Honours, Architecture International Foundation, Architecture International Year One, art, astronomy, Automation and Control BEng Honours, Automation and Control with Industrial Project MEng Honours, Biochemistry (Integrated Master's) MSci Honours, Biochemistry BSc Honours, biology, Biology (Cellular and Molecular Biology) BSc Honours, Biology (Cellular and Molecular Biology) MBiol Honours, Biology (Ecology and Conservation) BSc Honours, Biology (Ecology and Conservation) MBiol Honours, Biology BSc Honours, Biology MBiol Honours, Biomedical Genetics (Integrated Master's) MSci Honours, Biomedical Genetics BSc Honours, Biomedical Sciences (Integrated Master's) MSci Honours, Biomedical Sciences BSc Honours, Biomedicine, Biomedicine, Biology and Pharmacy International Foundation, business, Business Accounting and Finance BA Honours, Business and Management International Foundation, Business International Year One, Chemical Engineering BEng Honours, Chemical Engineering MEng Honours, Chemical Engineering with Bioprocess Engineering MEng Honours, Chemical Engineering with Foundation Year BEng Honours, Chemical Engineering with Foundation Year MEng Honours, Chemical Engineering with Industry MEng Honours, Chemical Engineering with Process Control MEng Honours, Chemical Engineering with Sustainable Engineering MEng Honours, Chemistry (with Industrial Training Year) BSc Honours, Chemistry (with Industrial Training Year) MChem Honours, Chemistry (with Study Abroad) MChem Honours, Chemistry BSc Honours, Chemistry MChem Honours, Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry (with Industrial Training Year) BSc Honours, Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry (with Industrial Training Year) MChem Honours, Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry (with Study Abroad) MChem Honours, Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry BSc Honours, Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry MChem Honours, Chinese Studies OR Japanese Studies BA Honours, Civil and Structural Engineering BEng Honours, Civil and Structural Engineering MEng Honours, Civil and Structural Engineering with Year in Industry BEng Honours, Civil and Structural Engineering with Year in Industry MEng Honours, Civil Engineering BEng Honours, Civil Engineering MEng Honours, Civil Engineering with Foundation Year BEng Honours, Civil Engineering with Foundation Year MEng Honours, Civil Engineering with Year in Industry BEng Honours, Civil Engineering with Year in Industry MEng Honours, Classical Studies and English BA Honours, Classical Studies BA Honours, Classics BA Honours, Combined Honours BA Honours, Computer Science (Game Engineering) BSc Honours, Computer Science (Game Engineering) MComp Honours, Computer Science (Security and Resilience) BSc Honours, Computer Science (Security and Resilience) MComp Honours, Computer Science (Software Engineering) BSc Honours, Computer Science (Study Abroad) MComp Honours, Computer Science BSc Honours, Computer Science MComp Honours, Computer Science with Industrial Placement (Game Engineering) BSc Honours, Computer Science with Industrial Placement (Game Engineering) MComp Honours, Computer Science with Industrial Placement (Security and Resilience) BSc Honours, Computer Science with Industrial Placement (Security and Resilience) MComp Honours, Computer Science with Industrial Placement (Software Engineering) BSc Honours, Computer Science with Industrial Placement BSc Honours, Computer Science with Industrial Placement MComp Honours, Contemporary and Popular Music BA Honours, Countryside Management BSc Honours, design, Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Foundation Year BEng Honours, Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Foundation Year MEng Honours, engineering, Engineering with Foundation Year BEng Honours, Engineering with Foundation Year MEng Honours, English Literature and History BA Honours, Environmental Science BSc Honours, Environmental Science with Placement BSc Honours, Environmental Sciences (Agricultural and Environmental Science) MEnvSci Honours, Environmental Sciences (Agricultural and Environmental Science) with Placement MEnvSci Honours, Environmental Sciences (Clean Technology) MEnvSci Honours, Environmental Sciences (Clean Technology) with Placement MEnvSci Honours, Environmental Sciences (Ecosystem Management) MEnvSci Honours, Environmental Sciences (Ecosystem Management) with Placement MEnvSci Honours, Environmental Sciences (Environmental Geochemistry) MEnvSci Honours, Environmental Sciences (Environmental Geochemistry) with Placement MEnvSci Honours, Film and Media BA Honours, Film Practices BA Honours, Fine Art BA Honours, Folk and Traditional Music BA Honours, Food and Human Nutrition BSc Honours, Food and Human Nutrition with Placement BSc Honours, Food Business Management and Marketing BSc Honours, Geographic Information Science BSc Honours, Geographic Information Science with Year in Industry BSc Honours, geography, Geography and Planning BA Honours, Geography BA Honours, Geography BSc Honours, geology, Government and European Union Studies BA Honours, History and Archaeology BA Honours, History BA Honours, Humanities and Social Sciences International Foundation, International Marketing and Management BSc Honours (London campus), Journalism, Media and Culture BA Honours, Law LLB Honours, Linguistics BA Honours, Linguistics with Chinese or Japanese BA Honours, Linguistics with French BA Honours, Linguistics with German BA Honours, Linguistics with Spanish BA Honours, Mapping and Geospatial Data Science MSci Honours, Mapping and Geospatial Data Science with Year in Industry MSci Honours, Marine Biology and Oceanography BSc Honours, Marine Biology BSc Honours, Marine Technology with Foundation Year BEng Honours, Marine Technology with Foundation Year MEng Honours, Marine Technology with Marine Engineering BEng Honours, Marine Technology with Marine Engineering MEng Honours, Marine Technology with Naval Architecture BEng Honours, Marine Technology with Naval Architecture MEng Honours, Marine Technology with Offshore Engineering BEng Honours, Marine Technology with Offshore Engineering MEng Honours, Marine Technology with Small Craft Technology BEng Honours, Marine Technology with Small Craft Technology MEng Honours, Marine Zoology BSc Honours, Marketing and Management BSc Honours, Marketing BSc Honours, Master of Planning MPlan Honours, Master of Speech and Language Sciences MSc Honours, Mathematical Sciences with Foundation Year BSc Honours, Mathematics and Accounting BSc Honours, Mathematics and Economics BSc Honours, Mathematics and Statistics BSc Honours, Mathematics and Statistics MMathStat Honours, Mathematics BSc Honours, Mathematics MMath Honours, Mathematics with Finance BSc Honours, Mathematics with Management BSc Honours, Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering MEng Honours, Mechanical Engineering BEng Honours, Mechanical Engineering MEng Honours, Mechanical Engineering with Biomedical Engineering MEng Honours, Mechanical Engineering with Energy MEng Honours, Mechanical Engineering with Foundation Year BEng Honours, Mechanical Engineering with Foundation Year MEng Honours, Mechanical Engineering with Mechatronics MEng Honours, Media, Communication and Cultural Studies BA Honours, Medical Science (Deferred Choice) BSc Honours, Medicine and Surgery (Accelerated Programme) MB BS, Medicine and Surgery MB BS, Modern Languages and Business Studies BA Honours, Modern Languages and Linguistics BA Honours, Modern Languages BA Honours, Modern Languages, Translation and Interpreting BA Honours, Music BA Honours, Music BMus Honours, Nutrition with Food Marketing BSc Honours, Nutrition with Food Marketing with Placement BSc Honours, pharmacology, Pharmacology BSc Honours, Pharmacy MPharm Honours, Philosophy BA Honours, Physical Geography BSc Honours, Physical Sciences and Engineering International Foundation, physics, Physics BSc Honours, Physics MPhys Honours, Physics with Foundation Year BSc Honours, Physics with Foundation Year MPhys Honours, Physiological Sciences BSc Honours, Politics and Economics BA Honours, Politics and History BA Honours, Politics and Sociology BA Honours, Politics BA Honours, Psychology and Biology BSc Joint Honours, Psychology and Mathematics BSc Joint Honours, Psychology and Nutrition BSc Joint Honours, Psychology and Sport and Exercise Science BSc Joint Honours, Psychology BSc Honours, Rural Studies BSc Honours, Sociology BA Honours, Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies BA Honours, Speech and Language Therapy BSc Honours, Sport and Exercise Science BSc Honours, Statistics BSc Honours, Surveying and Mapping Science BSc Honours, Surveying and Mapping Science with Year in Industry BSc Honours, Sustainable Transport Engineering MEng Honours, Theoretical Physics BSc Honours, Theoretical Physics MPhys Honours, Urban Planning BA Honours, zoology, Zoology BSc Honours, Zoology MBiol Honours

Advantages

  • This university is included in the TOP-20 of British universities on the quality of the students' social life.
  • The university places a stake on innovation and research.
  • The institution has advanced technical equipment, allowing to make the process of teaching students the most effective.
  • The University is a member of the British Russell Group.
  • Teachers of the university supervise research projects, engage in scientific activities. Many works are world famous.
  • The institution has its own career service. The division helps future graduates plan a career. Consultations on employment and practice are available to all foreign students in the university.

Equipment INTO Newcastle Univeristy

INTO Center is located on the campus of the University. The educational center occupies a four-storey building with modern technically equipped auditoriums, a computer lab. At the same time, more than 700 students can study at the university. International students undergo studying in the standard for the university mode. Lecture and seminar classes are offered to students. Particular attention is paid to research and design work. Also, in preparation for admission, students learn to plan independent work, master the methodology of distance learning.

The infrastructure of the institution is represented by auditoriums for individual, group sessions, a multifunctional conference hall, several multimedia and IT stations, a scientific laboratory, a resource center, an electronic library. Wi-Fi is available on site. There is a support service for students.

Term dates and fees

The school year is divided into terms and starts in September or in January. For holidays, students are offered holidays and weekends, as well as vacations.

The follow components are paid on additional basis:

  • registration fee;
  • visa registration and consular fees;
  • air travel and transfer from / to the airport;
  • insurance;
  • study materials;
  • access to laboratory equipment.

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Required documents, depending on the type of institution:

camp / language school
  • copy of 1 page
  • certificate of language proficiency (if any)
private school, boardinghouse
  • copy of the 1 Pages of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
  • school registration form
  • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
  • Testing for knowledge of mathematics, language, other subjects
  • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
  • Literacy, awards, student personal achievements (if any)
  • motivation letter (not for all schools)
  • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
  • medical certificate of the general health of the child , Discharge of vaccinations
  • birth certificate of the schoolboy (s)
university
  • copy of the page 1 passport of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
  • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
  • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
  • motivation letter / personal statement
  • interview with a representative of the institution


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INTO Newcastle Univeristy reviews

Sergey Ya

A useful and cool Pathway program: you can improve English (namely, academic, which is needed for study), and general level of knowledge necessary for British universities. 

At the course that I've studied there were a lot of foreign students from all over the world. Actually, I didn’t enter the university I was going to before, and so far, after the first year, I’m quite satisfied :)

The atmosphere is unobtrusive, everyone communicates well with each other, there are no rogue or bullying. Everyone studied well. There was not enough free time, mainly spent on sports and games. On the other hand, everyone knew that they hadn’t come here to party, so I don’t think it was a disadvantage.

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Recommendations on when to apply

Language courses, schools and children's language camps Primary and secondary education - private schools Preparation programmes for entering universities - higher education Higher education (after completing accredited programs A-level, IB, High School) - Bachelor, Master, MBA
- we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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