Newcastle College


Why choose us?

Ten reasons why you should choose to study at Newcastle College:

  • 01 In 2012 Newcastle College was granted Foundation Degree Awarding Powers, one of a select few colleges in the UK to have attained this outstanding achievement.
  • 02 We hold Beacon status – you’ll study at a college recognised for its teaching and learning experience.
  • 03 Our multi-million pound investment in facilities means that you will study in inspirational buildings with cutting edge facilities.
  • 04 With over 20,000 students at Newcastle College, you know you’ll be in good company.
  • 05 Our University awarded Honours and Masters Degrees mean your qualification is recognised by employers worldwide.
  • 06 Our outstanding QAA results (Quality Assurance Agency).
  • 07 You will join students from 44 different countries across 5 continents at a cosmopolitan college in a city bursting with culture.
  • 08 A dedicated International Office with highly qualified and friendly staff will be available to offer you lots of advice, guidance and support.
  • 09 Our tuition fees are highly competitive and we have a number of scholarships and discounts available.
  • 10 The city, coast and countryside are all on your doorstep and you will find a warm friendly welcome everywhere you go.

Newcastle College background

We are an established education provider in the North East of England with a history dating back to 1894. The college has been operating in its current form since 1972, when two smaller colleges merged to become Newcastle College.

Newcastle College is one of the largest and most successful colleges in the UK with over 20,000 students. We offer a wide range of programmes including: English Language courses, pre-university courses, Foundation Degrees, Bachelors Degrees and Masters Degrees.

Study in the UK’s #1 student city

Newcastle upon Tyne is a rich and vibrant cosmopolitan city with a thriving student population. Newcastle is famous for its world-class culture, vibrant restaurants and bustling nightlife, fascinating history, great shopping, beautiful architecture and heritage.

Newcastle College is located in the city centre so you can take advantage of all it has to offer. The city’s warm and friendly atmosphere makes it a very popular destination for students from across the world and offers something for everyone.

A Brief History

The city has played host to many settlers including the Romans, the Normans, the Vikings and the Scottish Celts. This mixture of influences can be seen across the city in its architecture and people, making Newcastle a truly cosmopolitan city. The North East of England is famed for its unspoiled beauty, with wild woodland and rugged coastlines within a short travelling distance of Newcastle.

Famous Residents of Newcastle upon Tyne

Many influential and creative people have come from Newcastle and the North East. The region has produced world famous talent. Some of these include: musician and human rights activist Sting; footballing legend Alan Shearer; movie director Ridley Scott; AC/DC singer Brian Johnson. The North East has always been at the forefront of innovation and invention spawning such talent as Joseph Swann, co-inventor of the electric light bulb and George Stephenson who created the first public railway line, and most recently Nobel Prize winning physicist Peter Higgs.

Campus life

A mixture of old and new architecture, our campus is as diverse as our students. State-of-the-art education facilities blended with excellent hospitality and leisure facilities give you everything you need to succeed.

Lifestyle Academy

Our Lifestyle Academy, winner of a Royal Institute of British Architects Award, boasts world-class facilities for beauty, hospitality, tourism and leisure, all staffed and operated by our students and offering you real-work experience in your chosen industry.

These fantastic facilities are open to all students at Newcastle College. After a hard day’s study, you can enjoy a work out in our gym or relax in our spa - complete with whirlpool bath, sauna and steam rooms - before treating yourself to healthy, freshly prepared food in our Chefs’ Academy restaurant and Food for Thought Bistro.

If you have time, try a make-over at our suite of hair, beauty and spa- therapy treatment rooms which rival any on the high street.

Performance Academy

Newcastle College’s Performance Academy is one of the UK’s leading training centres for music, performing arts and media. It combines award-winning architecture with up-to-date facilities, stimulating courses and industry professional tutors. A wide range of challenging and rewarding courses are on offer ranging from music, acting, dance, media, technical production and events management, so whatever your interests, we have the right course for you.

Mandela Building

Creativity and ingenuity is in abundance in our art and design building, providing inspiration to our budding artists. Within this facility you will have access to a wide range of professional facilities to develop your skills, including photography studios, ceramic studios, digital media studios, fashion and textile workshops.

Aviation Academy

Our purpose built aircraft hangar at Newcastle International Airport houses our aerospace engineering and travel and tourism courses. Facilities include a fleet of aircraft for hands on training and a fully functioning Boeing 737.

Sandyford Building

Our contemporary centre at Sandyford is home to our Digital Skills Academy for computing students and offers comprehensive training programmes for business students on our higher education courses. The building is situated in the city-centre near to Newcastle’s shopping quarter.

Energy Academy

A hub for the energy industry, the academy provides a centre of expertise for those seeking to develop a career in some of the major growing priority sectors internationally. Facilities in the 20,000 sq ft centre include a computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine and autoclave pressurising apparatus related to manufacture, assembly and maintenance of offshore wind turbines.

Rail Academy

This year we created the North East’s first ever Rail Academy dedicated to rail engineering. The new £5m purpose built facility contains a number of real working environments which can train technicians and engineers in a variety of situations.

Parsons Building

We are proud to announce that our new and improved Parsons building opens September 2015! The £18 million facility has undergone an amazing redevelopment and will be home to our business, uniformed public services, health and care, and childcare courses.

Student support

We want your time with us to be as successful and as stress-free as possible. Our award-winning support services are here to offer advice and support as and when you need it.

We are here to support you through the induction period and provide welfare advice and guidance throughout your studies.

There is a lot to think about when moving to a new country and our student support team will guide you through this process ensuring your transition to the UK is as smooth as possible.

The International Office services include:

  • welcome information and enrolment onto your course
  • induction to the college and Newcastle
  • opening a bank account
  • registering with a doctor and healthcare information
  • finding accommodation
  • advice on applying for a National Insurance Number (needed for employment)
  • immigration advice
  • course information and progression advice
  • general wellbeing support.

Social Programme

Newcastle College provides an extensive and exciting social events and activities programme. This will give you the opportunity to meet other students studying at the College and will allow you to explore this beautiful region of England and the rest of the UK. Previously we have visited: Edinburgh, York, Leeds, Beamish Museum and Alnwick Castle.


Newcastle upon Tyne has a wide variety of accommodation options throughout the city. Newcastle College International Office can help you make the right choice to best suit your needs.

Options Include:

  • Residential self-catering
  • Family home-stay accommodation
  • Private accommodation.

Residential Self-Catering

If you would prefer to live with other students you have the option of living in special student residences. Newcastle has excellent self-catering accommodation. Properties vary in size and style and bills are usually included in the price of rent helping you to plan effectively. Some properties offer self-contained studios, others have en-suite rooms with shared facilities and there are private rooms available in shared ats. Rooms in residential self-catering properties are subject to availability. Self-catering accommodation is normally situated within walking distance of the College.

Family Homestay Accommodation

You can choose to live with a local homestay host while you study. Choosing homestay can greatly enhance your experience of living and studying in the UK particularly if you are new to the country and/or you are learning English. A host family provides a warm welcome and can help you settle in to the local area. There are a wide variety of homestay hosts including: families with children, families without children and single hosts.

As an international student living with a host family you will have the opportunity to:

  • practice your English with native speakers
  • learn more about British culture and our way of life
  • receive lots of guidance and support from your host.

Private Accommodation

Furnished apartments or houses are available to rent across the city. Newcastle is a very popular student city which means there are lots of opportunities for shared student accommodation in and around the area. Newcastle College does not carry out checks on private accommodation and you, your parents or guardians need to ensure that the accommodation is acceptable.

At Newcastle College we run courses from Level 3 (university/ undergraduate entry courses) to Level 7 Masters courses. You must have completed the previous level before you are able to progress to the next, if you want to study on a degree you will need to have a Level 3 qualification to gain entry. However, for some Masters courses if you have relevant work experience you could be considered for entry.

International Foundation Programme

You can start studying for a Level 3 qualification with our International Foundation Programme. On attaining a Level 3 qualification, you can apply to study an undergraduate degree either with Newcastle College or at another institution.

Foundation Degrees and Honours Degrees

Our degree courses work slightly differently to the normal route of study onto an Honours Degree. The first two years of a degree are covered by our Foundation Degree, so at the end of two years of study you receive a qualification that is recognised by employers. At the end of this course, you can take a one-year course with Newcastle College or at another institution to top-up the Foundation Degree to a full Honours Degree. Our Honours Degree Top-Ups are validated by Teesside University.

Masters Programmes

With a degree qualification (or appropriate professional experience) you can apply to study on one of our Masters programmes. Our Masters Degrees are validated by Teesside University.

Corporate Education and Professional Training

Newcastle College is a leading provider of international corporate education and professional training. Our programmes are designed in partnership with our clients to provide bespoke, practical and vocational work related training. We deliver high quality teaching and learning to produce qualified learners armed with the latest industry knowledge.

We offer a range of bespoke programmes and qualifications across a number of subject specialisms to suit the needs of our clients. All programmes provide learners with valuable continuous professional development opportunities whilst building their knowledge base through their programme of study.

Subject provision:

  • Aerospace and Aviation
  • Automotive
  • Business and IT
  • Construction
  • Education and Teacher Training
  • Engineering
  • English Language
  • Fire Fighting and Health & Safety
  • Leadership and Management
  • Health Care
  • Oil and Gas
  • Renewable Energy and Subsea Technologies
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Vocational Science
  • Rail engineering
  • Creative arts

World-class facilities

Newcastle College prides itself on investing in industry standard facilities to benefit our students. Our facilities replicate real working environments to provide students with the best in training and development.

Programme delivery

We offer flexible and innovative methods of course delivery. Programmes are delivered at one of Newcastle College’s nine campuses or at client sites, dependent upon the nature and learning outcomes of the course. Programmes can also be delivered in a range of national and international locations based upon client requirements. Our flexible modes of delivery allow for a variety of approaches to learning. This includes blended learning where delivery can be face-to-face, off-site teaching, e-learning, or block / day release delivery, often combining academic with English language provision.

This school offers programs in:
  • English

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English Intensive Course

Campus Open Enrollment United Kingdom Newcastle upon Tyne

Our School of English has a well-qualified, experienced team providing services for language learners at all levels. [+]

Our School of English has a well-qualified, experienced team providing services for language learners at all levels. Newcastle College English is accredited by the British Council and is a member of English UK. Our classes are small and made up of students from a wide range of countries (over 30 different nationalities in 2014) so you have a wonderful opportunity to practise communicating with others and learn about other cultures in English. Our courses are available at six different levels, from beginner to advanced. You will be tested on arrival and placed in the correct class based on your level and needs. Price plans and payment You can choose to study for as long or short a time as you like for full-time courses of 15, 21, 23 or 25 hours per week. Course fees are flexible dependent on the duration of your course. (Part-time hours are available for international students depending on visa status and for EU students.) There is a non-returnable registration and administration fee of £90 for all students on full-time courses. We do not charge for non-teaching weeks (for example, Christmas and Easter holidays). You need to pay the full fee before the start of your course. It is possible to extend your course end date depending on your visa. Study time is flexible however, we do offer suggested programmes. General English Overview With flexible study options, the aim of the course is to provide a strong grounding in your development of your grammar and vocabulary according to your need and to develop your skills with extensive practice of speaking, listening, reading and writing. Course content All classes provide practice of all skills and you will follow a grammar and functional syllabus according to your level with options such as vocabulary, writing, speaking, Business English and more. Learning and assessment We always endeavour to teach multi-lingual groups and use a communicative method that makes learning fun and engaging without ever losing sight of the serious goals our students have. You will be continually assessed by your teachers in class alongside taking regular tests. There is also the opportunity to take an accredited, international exam such as IELTS or one of the Cambridge Main Suite exams. Career and progression opportunities Most students at Newcastle College study English in order to follow an undergraduate or post-graduate qualification at a British university or improve their job prospects at international companies or organisations. Former students now work for the UN, Hyundai, Procter and Gamble, Aramco and Shell among many others. Fees 15 hours / week 150 GBP 21 hours / week 185 GBP 25 hours / week 210 GBP "I was really impressed by the quality of the teachers, the infrastructure, and the support I received from everyone in the International Office. I think the city of Newcastle is lovely; the people are helpful and receptive and much warmer than those in London. The transportation system is good. There are many options for where to eat and shop in the city centre. I believe it is a very good place to live and study, I loved it. If you want to study here or even improve your English, I would certainly recommend." Rafael Abreu de Sousa (Brazil) English as a Foreign Language [-]


Art & Design Foundation – Level 3 to progress to HE

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Newcastle upon Tyne

When you choose to study art and design in our Mandela Building you’ll thrive in our exhilarating surroundings. [+]

When you choose to study art and design in our Mandela Building you’ll thrive in our exhilarating surroundings. You’ll study alongside people who share your enthusiasm and ambition, in an atmosphere that buzzes with excitement. We scored the highest rating available in every area inspected in our last review by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, so you can be sure that you will get the best learning experience possible. Our Mandela Building is designed to inspire and fulfil all your creative needs. It boasts photography studios and darkrooms, Mac suites, drawing, painting and sculpture studios, a well-resourced ceramics studio, workshops for the design and manufacture of clothing and textiles and a specialist library and resource area. Our links with industry are extensive and many of our courses include work placements. This will give you a valuable insight into the work place and students who impress are often offered permanent employment with the company after their placement. We offer a wide selection of art and design courses including our one-year Foundation Diploma Access course, Foundation Degrees and BA (Hons) Top-Ups. These courses give you the skills to go into a career of your choice within the art and design field. Pre-university programmes Designed for those who want to progress to study at degree level, this is an advanced Level 3 course that carries UCAS points and will therefore allow you to progress to higher education at Newcastle College or go onto university. Overview This is a specialist course which will help you develop your skills in art and design. Extended Diplomas are an alternate route into higher education or employment and offer a strong industry focus. Who the course is for This course is ideal if you are looking for a practical, challenging and career-focussed alternative to A levels. It is suitable for anyone who would like to progress to Higher Education with a view to pursuing a career in the industries within Art and Design. Qualification Gained If you successfully complete the course, you will gain an Extended Diploma in Art & Design, awarded by Edexcel. Course Content You will study: Drawing and Painting Textile and Fashion Techniques Illustration and Graphic Design Fine Art Computers in Art and Design Personal and Professional Development Contextual Influences Your course also includes GCSE or Functional Skills as appropriate in English and or Maths. Possessing these skills will help you to progress in education, training and employment and make a positive contribution in the community in which you live and work. As well as GCSE & Functional Skills being embedded into all aspects of your course you will receive a dedicated lesson to enable you to develop your skills in the relevant subject area. Learning Methods The course centres on a programme of assignments designed to put your skills to the test. Teaching is mainly through practical projects, small group work, lectures and private study. As well as developing your specialist skills you will learn how to research, evaluate and present your ideas clearly, and to solve problems with creativity, adopting a professional approach to your work. Assessment Methods You will put together a portfolio of work, evidencing the units of the qualification, which is internally assessed and externally moderated as the course progresses. Progression Opportunities You could continue your studies by progressing to a Degree, Foundation Degree or Higher National Diploma in an art or design discipline. Career Opportunities Previous students from this course have progressed to careers in Fine Art, Fashion Design, Illustration, Textiles and Graphic Design. Entry Requirements You must have completed your compulsory school education and should have achieved at least one of the following 5 GCSEs A BTEC First Diploma in Art and Design An Intermediate GNVQ in Art and Design An alternative equivalent qualification at the appropriate level If English is not your first language you will also need an IELTS score of 5.5 or above. In addition to this, you will also need to bring with you to interview a portfolio of relevant project work. [-]

Foundation Year

Business Management FdA with optional pathways

Campus Part time 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Newcastle upon Tyne

This course has been designed in conjunction with local employers and provides study options that will enable you to acquire the requisite knowledge and skills to fulfill your potential in a supervisory/managerial capacity. [+]

Overview This course has been designed in conjunction with local employers and provides study options that will enable you to acquire the requisite knowledge and skills to fulfill your potential in a supervisory/managerial capacity. You’re offered the opportunity to follow a pathway that is best suited to your interest and career development. You’ll also benefit from course tutors that have extensive industry knowledge and regularly engage in a variety of research and scholarly activity to help inform course content. FdA Business Management with Enterprise and Marketing You will learn how to develop marketing plans using relevant marketing tools and theories and make appropriate recommendations. You will also evaluate a range of marketing theories and tools and justify innovation solutions to organisational marketing problems using marketing analysis. FdA Business Management with Human Resource Management This Human resource pathway will enable you to evaluate appropriate Human resource systems for the management of an organisation. You will analyse staff the changing role of the HR professional whilst evaluating policies such as training and development, reward system and performance appraisal. FdA Business Management with Finance You will learn how to analyse appropriate financial management systems within the management of the organisation. You will also evaluate the financial risks that can face an organisation as well as types of financial risks. The pathway also evaluates corporate governance and the ethical issues in contemporary businesses. FdA Business Management with Leadership Within this pathway you will develop tools that will allow you to analyse leadership, management and organisational theories in a globalised world of business. You will also evaluate the relationship between individual personality, leadership and motivation and the effect this has on employee engagement. Entry Requirements Applicants must hold a Level 3 qualification in a relevant subject e.g. BTEC National Diploma/ Certificate or GNVQ Advanced /NVQ level 3 or at least 1 GCE ‘A’ Level (or 2 Scottish Highers) at grade D or above. Applicants over 21 with none of the above but with the appropriate occupational experience may be accepted. If English is not your first language you will also need an IELTS of 5.5 or higher. Students should hold a minimum of Level 2 in numeracy and literacy. Course content – year one: Personal and Professional Development 1, Work-Based Learning 1, The Contemporary Business Environment, Managing Business Organisations, Finance Fundamentals. Optional module: Human Resource Management, Marketing Essentials, Management Accounting and Principles of Management. Course content – year two: Personal and Professional Development 2, Work-Based Learning 2, Operations and Quality Management, Leadership, Innovation and Change. Optional module: Employment Law, Employee Relations, Human Resource Development, International Marketing, E-marketing, Accounting Systems and Auditing, Financial Reporting, European Business, Leading People and Teams, Contemporary Issues in Leadership and Management, Project Management or Marketing Planning. Professional placements Work placements are an integral part of this course and are supported through our dedicated work placement team. We offer you the opportunity to pursue your own interests in specialist areas with live projects via our strong employer links. Learning and assessment The course contains a number of learning and teaching strategies including new theories and models. Frameworks will be presented and discovered through formal lectures, directed reading and peer learning. Assessment methods include practical activities, role play, delivering presentations, timed tests, preparation of business plans, written reports and a work-based learning project. Career and progression opportunities This course will open a wide range of opportunities to embark on a career in a supervisory or managerial capacity in the public and private sector. Academic progression is also available through our one-year BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-Up) which includes five pathways of Enterprise and Marketing, Business Management, Human Resources, Leadership, and Finance. [-]

Games Development - FdSc (Full-Time)

Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 United Kingdom Newcastle upon Tyne

This course covers a wide range of disciplines in games development, including programming and design, and modelling. [+]

Overview This course covers a wide range of disciplines in games development, including programming and design, and modelling. You will also gain valuable work experience to build on the skills you learn and develop as part of the course. Whilst studying this course you are also encouraged to register as a member of the British Computer Society (BCS). Entry Requirements Normally at least 18 years old with qualifications equivalent to a minimum of 160 UCAS points from relevant Level 3 BTEC qualifications, GNVQ Advanced/ NVQs at level 3, or GCE ‘A’ Levels/ Scottish Highers. Applicants over 21 with none of the above but with the appropriate occupational experience may be accepted. If English is not your first language you will also need an IELTS score of 6.0 or above. Course content – year one: Personal and Professional Development 1, Work Based Learning 1, Computer Games Design, Maths and Physics for Computer Games, Fundamentals of XNA, 2D and 3D Modelling. Course content – year two: Personal and Professional Development 2, Work-Based Learning 2, Multiplayer Game Design and Development, 3D Games Development, Intermediate XNA, Mobile Games Platforms. Professional placements You will benefit from our excellent employer links. Throughout the course you are encouraged to undertake work placements and manage live projects for prestigious companies giving you first-hand knowledge that will enable you to gain employment in your chosen career. Work placements help you gain valuable experience in a business environment, and give you the opportunity to work on live briefs. Learning and assessment You will learn through a variety of teaching and learning methods including written practical assignments, work-based project, presentations, vivas, peer work and independent study. Assessment is carried out through in-course technical reports, presentations, case-studies, peer assessment, work-based projects and time-constrained assessments. Career and progression opportunities On completion of this course you may decide to pursue a career in games development, games design or games programming. If you complete this course to an appropriate standard and would like to continue with you studies, you will be offered the opportunity to progress onto our BSc (Hons) Games Development (Top-Up) or BSc (Hons) Applied Computing (Top-Up). [-]

International Foundation Programme (IFP)

Campus Full time 7 - 10 months August 2017 United Kingdom Newcastle upon Tyne

The International Foundation Programme [IFP] is an Access to Higher Education Diploma for students (aged 18 and above) who would like to go on to study at university or college. [+]

The International Foundation Programme [IFP] is an Access to Higher Education Diploma for students (aged 18 and above) who would like to go on to study at university or college. It is a nationally recognised qualification, fully awarded by Ascentis and accepted by most institutions for academic progression. This course represents a step toward a higher education place at foundation degree or Higher National Diploma (HND) level. The IFP is specifically designed to be challenging with emphasis on gaining qualifications while developing invaluable skills, knowledge and confidence. Newcastle College is one of the largest Further and Higher Education College’s in the UK with over 20,000 students. Our international student population comprises of students from over 60 different countries and we are proud to be a Tier 4 Highly Trusted Sponsor with UK Visas and Immigration. Our students benefit from over 100 years UK teaching experience and outstanding facilities located within the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, a beautiful cosmopolitan city, located in the North East of England. We have also been awarded Beacon status in recognition of our excellent teaching and learning experience - one of only 19 Colleges to achieve such status. Course structure Our IFP offers a range of pathways each designed so students can progress to a degree in their subject area of choice. It is vital you research your desired degree course and preferred institution fully, so you are sure the pathway and modules studied meet the entry requirements of the degree you want to study. Each student also completes a mandatory HE study skills unit covering learning methods and personal development. Business, IT and Law pathways (IELTS requirement 5.0 for Business and IT and 5.5 for Law) Business and IT pathway modules are IT, Business and SAMM (Statistical and Mathematical Methods) Business and Law pathway modules are Law, Business and Psychology, Business pathway modules are Business Studies, Human Resource Management and Marketing. This pathway provides a broad knowledge of business focused skills allowing progression onto numerous Business, IT or Law related honours degrees such as: Business Management (including Marketing, Human Resources and Finance) IT Management for Business Events Management Digital Media Cyber Security Games Development Applied Computing Software Applications Development Law Law with Business Science and Engineering pathways (IELTS requirement 5.0) Science pathway modules are Biology, Chemistry and SAMM (Statistical and Mathematical Methods) Science (Chemistry major) pathway modules are Chemistry, Maths and Physics (minor) Engineering (Physics major) pathway modules are Physics, Maths and Chemistry (minor) Engineering (Programming major) pathway modules are Programming, Maths and Physics. Humanities pathways (IELTS requirement 5.5) Humanities (Mathematics major) pathway modules are Sociology, English Language and SAMM (Statistical and Mathematical Methods) Humanities (English major) pathway modules are English Language, English Literature and History. Health pathways (IELTS requirement 5.5) Allied Health pathway modules are Biology, English Language and SAMM (Statistical and Mathematical Methods) Nursing and Midwifery pathway modules are Biology, English Language and Social Issues in Healthcare. Entry requirements Students will be assessed on their high school education qualifications using UK NARIC, their personal statement and English language ability. Business/IT and Science/Engineering pathways require an overall score of IELTS 5.0 (with no component less than 4.0). Business/Law, Humanities and Healthcare pathways require an overall IELTS score of 5.5 (with no component less than 4.0). All Home Office approved Secure English Language Tests (SELTs) are accepted including IELTS, Pearson (PTE), Cambridge etc…. Learning and assessment Teaching is delivered via lectures, tutorials and independent learning. Students are encouraged to develop practical skills by undertaking challenging and rewarding projects and assignments. Assessment methods include management reports, presentations, case studies, peer assessment, work based projects, assignments and examinations. Career and progression opportunities The IFP (Access to Higher Education Diploma) is a well-recognised and respected qualification, accepted for entry by leading universities and colleges. Having gained these qualifications, many of our students choose to stay with Newcastle College to study their Foundation Degree, then progress to one of our university validated BA or BSc (Hons) degree courses benefiting from our loyalty discount on tuition fees when progressing to their new course. How to apply International students need to make a direct application to the International Office using the International Application Form (available to download from our website): [-]


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