About Newcastle University
Newcastle University is located in the North East of England, and has a global reputation for high quality teaching and cutting edge research. The university enrols students from all over the world and currently have more than 3,000 international students from over 100 countries. Newcastle University was established as a School of Medicine and Surgery in 1834 and is now one of the UK's leading international universities.
The University has developed a range of teaching and research interests which span a wide and varied range of subjects. These include arts and humanities; biological and biomedical sciences; environmental and agricultural sciences; business and management; education; communication and language sciences; engineering and computing science; medicine and dentistry; physical and mathematical sciences and social sciences and law.
Newcastle University reconfirmed its position as one of the UK's top 20 research institutions in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). The University was ranked 17th out of 162 UK universities and colleges in a table from the influential Research Fortnight magazine, which analysed the RAE results.
Newcastle is a member of the elite Russell Group, an association of the leading research-intensive universities in the UK. At Newcastle you can benefit from a wide range of excellent academic services which will enhance your experience as a student, increase your employability and help prepare you for your future career.
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-2015
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