The University is divided into three faculties:
- Humanities and Social Sciences
- Science, Agriculture and Engineering
- Medical Sciences
These faculties offer a wide range of course at Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research level. We get the benefit from our strong links with industry and research and these courses are updated on a regular basis to meet industrial needs. Our students get exposed to guest lecturers from prominent industry experts and they are encouraged to participate in work related projected to enhance their technical and professional competencies.
We cover the broad subject disciplines of: Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Arts and Cultures, Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Business, Accounting, Finance and Marketing, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computing Science, Dental Sciences, Education, Communication and Language Sciences, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, English Literature, Language and Linguistics, Geography, Politics and Sociology, History, Classics and Archaeology, Law, Marine Science and Technology, Mathematics and Statistics, Mechanical and Systems Engineering, Medical Sciences, Education Development, Modern Languages and Psychology.
A full up to date list of all of Newcastle University’s Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses can be found here: