Newcastle University

Newcastle University

Newcastle University (NU) is a member of the Russell Group, comprising the United Kingdom’s 24 leading researchintensive universities, and is acclaimed for its multidisciplinary research, focussing on three societal challenges — ageing and health, sustainability and social inclusion. Noted for its teaching excellence and preparedness of its graduates for their professional careers, NU has attained the highest rating of five plus QS Stars by QS World University Rankings. Besides its home base in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, NU now has a strong and growing presence in London, Malaysia and Singapore, with a total student population of around 25,000.

With its origins tracing back to 1834, the founding of Armstrong College in 1871 propelled the introduction of fundamental subjects such as chemistry, mathematics and physics to the university. NU collaborates with SIT to jointly deliver six undergraduate programmes in Singapore that offer a modern and industrially relevant interpretation of the subject in which you will develop skills, knowledge and understanding, in preparation for a successful and satisfying professional career ahead.

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