Newcastle University

Newcastle University, United Kingdom
Newcastle University

A Global Top 110 university (QS World University Rankings 2024), Newcastle University is home to 29,000 students from 140 countries.  A founding member of the Russell Group, the university traces its origins back to the School of Medicine and Surgery, which was established in 1834. Its Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering recently marked 150 years of invention and innovation.  

Today, the university combines world-leading research with a world-class academic experience. A global leader in the key research strengths of ageing and health, data, energy, cities, culture and creative arts, and one planet, it is pioneering solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing the world.  

Dedicated to nurturing an internationally networked and diverse community of students, Newcastle University received 5-QS Star 2023 credentials in both inclusiveness and internationalisation. It holds proud status as a University of Sanctuary, promoting a campus and community-wide culture of welcome, engagement and safety for people fleeing persecution and violence.  

Newcastle University were one of the first universities to sign up to the UK Government’s Emissions Reduction Pledge and are working to reach net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2030. 

Newcastle University is receiving the 2023 EAIE Award for Excellence in Internationalisation for the way it has connected internationalisation with sustainability and inclusivity. They have implemented multidimensional opportunities and initiatives with the goal of utilising its knowledge and people to help tackle the challenges that affect society.