Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Newcastle University Nu london-brochure-2016-17

467 views

Published on

Study Metro help international students to study in UK and Abroad Countries , Call our adviser at 91-8088-867-867 or visit www.studymetro.com

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Newcastle University Nu london-brochure-2016-17

  1. 1. University degrees University degrees A range of business-related undergraduate, postgraduate and university preparation courses 2016–2017 Top 1%of world universities
  2. 2. Top 20 UK university for employability (The Complete University Guide 2016) Top 1% of world universities (QS World University Rankings 2014-2015) Top global organisations offer work placements, including Capita and HSBC
  3. 3. Joint 6th in the UK for student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2015, among comparator universities) Top 200 world university (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015)
  4. 4. 4 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 Destination Newcastle University London 7 About the University 10 Careers and employability 12 Modern facilities 14 About London 17 Student life 19 Student support 21 Accommodation About our courses and how to apply 24 Choosing your course 26 Accounting and Finance BSc Honours 28 International Business Management BSc Honours 30 International Marketing and Management BSc Honours 32 Banking and Finance MSc 34 International Business Management MSc 36 International Marketing MSc 38 International Foundation 42 International Year One 46 International Graduate Diploma 50 English for University Study 54 How to apply 55 Application form 59 Scholarships 62 Dates and prices Over its 180-year history, Newcastle University’s global outlook has helped to produce the highly skilled graduates needed to work in expanding economies around the world, with well-established programmes and partnerships in Malaysia, Singapore, China, Brazil, Japan, and the USA. The University is world leading, with a reputation for academic excellence, high graduate employability and student experience that attracts students from across the globe. Our London campus offers you the opportunity to benefit from a world-class business education in the heart of London’s financial district. “Working hand-in-hand with industry to develop graduates with the enviable skills and knowledge that top employers demand, and supporting the progression of students into leading positions across a variety of global industries and sectors, is at the heart of what we do.” Professor Amanda J Broderick, PhD, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Newcastle University London
  5. 5. “Newcastle University is a world- leading civic university committed to academic excellence. Our London campus delivers top- quality opportunities with an international focus, providing students with links to global businesses based in London. I look forward to welcoming you.” Professor Chris Brink, Vice-Chancellor, Newcastle University Destination Newcastle University London 5
  6. 6. 6  Newcastle University London, formally opened by HRH Princess Eugenie of York, and Vice-Chancellor Professor Chris Brink, October 2015
  7. 7. 7Destination Newcastle University London Newcastle University London offers you the opportunity to study at a world-leading Russell Group university with an excellent reputation for research-led teaching and graduate employability. About the University A CAMPUS IN THE HEART OF LONDON Newcastle University London is the London campus of Newcastle University, and offers a range of Newcastle University degrees designed by our triple-accredited Business School, as well as a range of university preparation programmes*. BUILDING CONTACTS As a fully matriculated Newcastle University student, you will live and learn in London, the perfect base from which to develop your professional network and build connections with business and industry. Regular contributions by thought leaders, alumni and leading professionals through masterclasses, internships and employer events will enhance your learning experience. AN INTERNATIONAL ALUMNI NETWORK You will have the opportunity to attend networking events with both recent and experienced Newcastle University graduates, and our Graduate Connections database can put you in touch with former students from all over the world who may be able to help you in your chosen career. Learn more at: www.myin.to/newcastleldnalumnievent * Similar and additional preparation programmes are available at INTO Newcastle University, based at our Newcastle campus. Please visit www.intohigher.com/newcastle for details. RESEARCH-INFORMED TEACHING We are committed to giving you the skills and knowledge you need to set you apart in the job market. Our reputation is based on both the quality of our academic work and our research approach, which engages communities, organisations, business and industry. Our London campus provides a hub for our wider global research and innovation eco-system. The team across the global network that is Newcastle University utilise the London campus, connecting to industry and government. QUALITY ASSURANCE Whether you are based at our London or Newcastle campus, all degrees meet the same rigorous quality standards and have the same academic entry requirements. As with all UK universities, we are subject to monitoring of the standards and quality of the education we provide by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, and assessment of the quality of our research through the Research Excellence Framework. In addition, Newcastle University Business School is one of an elite group of business schools worldwide that holds triple accreditation (learn more on page 9). For more information, visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london Discover more on our video channel: www.bit.ly/nulvideos
  8. 8. Newcastle University London provides a base in the capital for the triple-accredited Newcastle University Business School, which has designed all of our degree programmes. About Newcastle University Business School FACILITATING EXCELLENCE Since its inception, Newcastle University Business School has consistently raised the bar by producing graduates who are not only academically successful, but fully equipped to make an impact in global business. With a focus on accelerated personal growth and encouraging students to develop a competitive advantage, the Business School is a popular destination for students across the world. 8
  9. 9. 9 “As a company with an international focus we are proud to be able to support students studying for an international degree. We hope to be able to offer practical insights and experience through helping with teaching, assignments and work experience.” John Viney, Chief Operating Officer, AES International TRIPLE ACCREDITATION A business school is classed as triple-accredited when the three international accreditation bodies – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB), Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) – award the institution their accreditation. This prestigious title is the gold standard in business education, achieved by only 1% of business schools worldwide. It was awarded to Newcastle University Business School in 2014. PARTNERING WITH GLOBAL INDUSTRY Our London programmes are supported by guest lectures from industry practitioners, as well as special assignments set by our commercial partners, which currently include AES International, Capita, BBH, Diageo, fts global, Mothercare and Thomas Cook. VALUABLE WORK EXPERIENCE We encourage all students to undertake work placements or internships with our business partners. BSc students have the option of spending a year in industry while pathway students may find work placements during the holiday periods. MSc students may also have the option of carrying out a practical dissertation in a real-life work environment. Work experience allows you to put your theoretical knowledge into practice - an important asset in today’s competitive job market. You will learn technical skills, as well as people management, self management and work management skills and organisational protocol.
  10. 10. Newcastle graduates have an excellent reputation among recruiters. Throughout your studies at Newcastle University London you will benefit from our award-winning careers support. We will help you to explore different career paths, develop your employability and entrepreneurial skills and make connections with leading employers. Careers and employability 10 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 Top 20UK university most targeted by graduate employers (High Fliers Research 2015) For further information about careers, please visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london/careers
  11. 11. CAREERS ADVICE You will benefit from one-to-one and group sessions with careers advisers, including help with career planning, researching opportunities, preparing CVs, job applications and interviews. In addition, our newly-established Graduate Hub acts as a focus for careers support, as well as internship and job opportunities. RISE UP SERVICE In addition to our alumni network (see page 7), you will also have access to our Rise Up service, which offers guidance and funding to graduates starting a business. Recent successes include MediWikis, which was named best postgraduate venture in the Santander Universities Enterprise Awards. Find out more at: www.ncl.ac.uk/careers/riseup INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS The University has dedicated resources for international students, including information on finding a job in the UK and internationally. Where a student’s visa permits it, the Careers Service will help students to find work alongside their studies. JOB OPPORTUNITIES AND EMPLOYER LINKS Our Careers Service has links with many top graduate employers based in the UK and globally. You will be able to attend careers fairs in both London and Newcastle. In addition, over 2,000 employers each year use the University’s searchable vacancies database to advertise graduate jobs, work experience, internships and placements. 11Destination Newcastle University London 1stin the Russell Group for our Careers Service (of 14 participating Russell Group universities, International Student Barometer 2014)
  12. 12. Modern facilities Newcastle University London delivers outstanding learning facilities in a purpose-built building on Middlesex Street - formerly Petticoat Lane - near Liverpool Street Station in the City of London. The campus brings together students, alumni and businesses from around the world.  Seminar room Modern IT facilities  Learning Resource Centre 12
  13. 13. Newcastle University has one of the largest ebook collections in the country FLEXIBLE TEACHING SPACES The Newcastle University London campus offers a diverse student community and dynamic learning environment. Along with fully equipped modern seminar rooms, excellent IT facilities to enhance your studies and comfortable spaces for private study or to socialise in, the London campus also offers access to university electronic resources, lecture theatres and seminar rooms, as well as a student café, and a postgraduate lounge for master’s students. LEARNING RESOURCE CENTRE The Learning Resource Centre offers a range of support materials, including textbooks, DVDs, journals, CDs and newspapers, as well as printing and scanning facilities. The experienced and friendly staff provide advice and training to help you make the most of the resources available. MODERN IT FACILITIES AND E-RESOURCES You will benefit from extensive modern IT facilities and free wireless internet access. Newcastle University degree programmes use online technology to provide additional study resources through a virtual learning environment, which provides access to reading lists, course handouts, online assessment and discussions. Students also have access to University library e-resources. EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES ON YOUR DOORSTEP Living in London gives you convenient additional access to a number of renowned local libraries and institutes, including the Bishopsgate Institute, City Business Library and the Barbican Library. For more information, visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london Our Learning Resource Centre provides excellent facilities for research and study 13
  14. 14. London is one of the most exciting and diverse cities in the world. The world’s leading financial centre, and home to 70 FTSE 100-listed companies and some 400 Fortune 500 companies, it is the perfect location for business students. About London  Nearby Brick Lane, famous for its many curry restaurants  Vibrant Spitalfields shopping area, near to campus 1stlargest global financial centre in the world (Global Financial Centres Index 2015) 14
  15. 15. CENTRAL LONDON LOCATION Newcastle University London has excellent public transport links. Liverpool Street Station is a five- minute walk from the campus and offers connections across London via the Central, Circle, Hammersmith and City and Metropolitan Underground lines. Within minutes you can be at The Tower of London or St Paul’s Cathedral. Oxford Street and Covent Garden are just 15 minutes away. ON YOUR DOORSTEP The Newcastle University London campus is located in a vibrant part of London, known for its trendy shops and cultural scene. Stroll around multicultural Whitechapel with its market, galleries and contemporary exhibitions, for a taste of traditional London. Just beyond the campus are Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane and the delights of the East End. Cutting-edge fashion boutiques and independent art galleries, along with some of London’s best food markets, are all on your doorstep. EXPLORE LONDON • Hundreds of museums, galleries and music venues, many with free public access. • Access to an unparalleled array of world- renowned libraries and research institutes. • A top destination for shopping, with Oxford Street, Covent Garden and the Westfield shopping centres in Stratford and Shepherd’s Bush all easily accessible. • A great choice of restaurants offering cuisines that reflect the city’s multi-cultural population. • Excellent transport links. • One of the greenest capitals in the world, with more than 3,000 parks and open spaces. EXPLORE THE CONTINENT From London there are excellent rail connections. Newcastle is three hours by train from London King’s Cross, so you can easily visit the main campus in a day. The same line will take you on to Edinburgh, while the Eurostar service from nearby St Pancras has a frequent service to continental European destinations (Paris, Brussels and Lille). No. 1city in the world for employer activity, and 3rd best overall (QS Best Student Cities 2015) 15
  16. 16. “As Students’ Union Co-ordinator, I organise events, and provide help with setting up societies. The Students’ Union is here to make sure you have a great time while studying, as well as to offer advice and support.” Bintu Foday Kemokai, Students’ Union Co-ordinator 16
  17. 17. Student life While the main reason for coming to London is to study, getting involved in non-academic activities will help you adjust to student life and allow you to develop a network of friends to make the most of your time in the capital. STUDENTS’ UNION As a student at Newcastle University London you are a member of Newcastle University Students’ Union (NUSU), with your own on-campus representative, who will ensure you have a great time while studying here. The Students’ Union is run by students, for students, and provides social activities as well as advice and support. Some of the activities on offer during Welcome Week include a boat cruise along the Thames, and day trips around the city. SOCIAL PROGRAMME Whatever your interests, you can be sure that you’ll find a wide range of activities to suit you, both on-campus and in the wider city. From film nights and cooking classes, to London tours and paintballing trips, our social programme will ensure you’re never bored, and that you settle in to your new surroundings quickly. From river cruises and International Day celebrations, to Brighton coast daytrips and sporting activities – the Student Services team ensure there’s something to suit everyone. SPORT Built for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which is only three Underground stops from campus, is home to a variety of world-class sports facilities (costs vary, please ask for details). • The Copper Box Arena offers a gym, group exercise classes and an ultra-modern sports hall. • The Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre provides both indoor and outdoor courts. • The Lee Valley VeloPark is ideal for track cycling, road racing, BMX or mountain biking. • The London Aquatics Centre is designed for swimmers of all abilities. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS HOUSE International Students House (ISH) is a unique social, cultural and recreational centre in the heart of London – the ideal place to meet fellow students from all over the world, including the UK. Members enjoy a variety of events, activities and sports in a safe, friendly and fun environment. For more information, visit: www.ish.org.uk “I enjoy being a student representative. It allows me to develop my skills, and is good for my CV. I think it’s good to give something back to the university.” Galantinho, Angola 17Destination Newcastle University London
  18. 18. 18 “The Student Services team is here to help with anything you need to help you settle into your new life in London. The hub of the campus is the Welcome Desk where you will receive a warm and friendly welcome from the team.” Madonna Fieldhouse, Head of Student Services
  19. 19. Whatever level of support you need, our Student Services team will be there to help you every step of the way, so that you can concentrate on your studies. Whether you need information to prepare for your arrival, or help with settling in to your new surroundings, our support services will ensure that you make the most of your time with us and achieve your academic goals. Student support PREPARING FOR YOUR ARRIVAL Once you have accepted your offer, you will receive a pre-departure guide containing practical information to help you prepare for your arrival. The latest pre-departure guide can be found at: www.intohigher.com/newcastle-london/pdg. International students can also take advantage of a pickup service from one of London’s three international airports for an additional charge. DEDICATED SUPPORT A member of our dedicated Student Services team will be your first point of contact for any non-academic issues. They will be on-hand at the main Welcome Desk to provide help and advice on topics such as registering with a doctor, opening a bank account, personal safety, part-time work, volunteering, and visa and immigration issues. You will also be given a telephone number to be used in the unlikely event of an emergency. ORIENTATION PROGRAMME There will be a full orientation programme at the start of your course, including a tour of your new campus, and a city tour for those new to London. PERSONAL TUTORS You will be assigned a personal tutor to support your personal and academic development. They will offer you practical advice and guidance on a range of issues including module choices, preparing for exams, careers and skills development. MULTIFAITH PROVISION London is a cosmopolitan city with facilities for all major religions. The Student Services team can provide information on nearby places of worship. ONGOING ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUPPORT If you need additional support with developing your English language skills, free, in-sessional English classes are available. MONITORED ATTENDANCE Good attendance is key to academic success. Newcastle University London monitors attendance carefully and where it is not satisfactory, follows an absence procedure. Newcastle University London has an obligation to report to UK Visas and Immigration any changes that may affect the terms of an international student’s visa, including absence from the programme. STUDENTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 Policies are in place to protect students who are under 18 years of age. Full details can be found in the terms and conditions at: www.intohigher.com/newcastle-london/terms. A copy of the Under 18 Policy is available on request. For more information, visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london 19Destination Newcastle University London
  20. 20.  Premium Studio at The Craft Building Stratford ONE  On-site laundry facilities, Scape East  Studio at Scape Shoreditch 20
  21. 21. 21Destination Newcastle University London As a student at Newcastle University London you can choose from a variety of accommodation options, including residences within easy reach of the campus, or carefully selected homestay accommodation. Accommodation SCAPE EAST MILE END Scape offers fantastic self-catered accommodation, with two on-site restaurants serving food options from all over the world. You will live alongside international and UK students in self-contained studios. Every room benefits from modern design with space-saving storage, while communal areas and organised activities make it easy to socialise. SCAPE SHOREDITCH Located near vibrant Old Street, this accommodation option is within walking distance of the campus. With the same modern design as Scape East Mile End, the Shoreditch building also includes a games room and a rooftop landscaped garden. In addition to shared kitchen facilities, rooms include a kitchenette, along with an en suite bathroom and 40 inch HDTV. STRATFORD ONE Positioned within the Olympic Park, Stratford ONE is next to Westfield shopping centre, three minutes’ walk from Stratford International station and less than 10 minutes’ walk from Stratford Underground station. A roof terrace offers panoramic views, while door entry systems offer extra security. THE CRAFT BUILDING The refurbished Craft Building is in Zone 1, near to Aldgate East and Whitechapel Underground stations. A choice of either premium en suite or classic en suite rooms are offered in clusters of eight and share generous and well-equipped kitchens. HOMESTAY Homestay offers a unique opportunity to experience London life and culture first-hand. You will live with a host family, sharing mealtimes and facilities on a breakfast-only, halfboard or self-catering basis. For more information, visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london/student-life/accommodation SCAPE EAST MILE END SCAPE SHOREDITCH STRATFORD ONE THE CRAFT BUILDING En suite bathroom ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Studio ✔ ✔ Own kitchenette ✔ ✔ Shared kitchen ✔ ✔ ✔ Communal areas ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Laundry facilities ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Wi-Fi access ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 24 hour security ✔ ✔ ✔ On-site staff ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Gym facilities ✔ ✔ Accepts under 18 students ✔ ✔ Journey time to campus 15 minutes by Underground 13 minutes by Underground 20 minutes by Underground 10 minute walk
  22. 22. Industry-relevant undergraduate and postgraduate degrees About our courses and how to apply
  23. 23. University preparation courses designed for international students Masterclasses delivered by global employers
  24. 24. 24 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 Choosing your course Newcastle University London offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate study options, as well as academic preparation and English language courses for international students. Find the right programme for you using the guide below. UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMMES START DATES ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS LENGTH Accounting and Finance BSc Honours September IELTS 6.5 or equivalent 3 or 4 years International Business Management BSc Honours September IELTS 6.5 or equivalent 3 or 4 years International Marketing and Management BSc Honours September IELTS 6.5 or equivalent 3 or 4 years POSTGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMMES START DATES ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS LENGTH Banking and Finance MSc September IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all subskills) or equivalent 12 months International Business Management MSc September IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all subskills) or equivalent 12 months International Marketing MSc September IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all subskills) or equivalent 12 months UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSES* START DATES ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS** LENGTH International Foundation in Business July, September and January From IELTS 5.0–IELTS 5.5 depending on course length 3 or 4 terms International Year One in Business July, September and January From IELTS 5.5–IELTS 6.0 depending on course length 3 or 4 terms International Graduate Diploma in Business July, September and January From IELTS 5.0–IELTS 5.5 depending on course length 3 or 4 terms English for University Study September, January, April and July From IELTS 3.0 (with a minimum of 3.0 in writing) 1, 2, 3 or 4 terms Pre-sessional English June and July From IELTS 5.0–IELTS 6.5 depending on course length and degree programme 6 or 10 weeks * Similar and additional pathway options are available at INTO Newcastle University, based at our Newcastle campus. Please visit www.intohigher.com/newcastle for details. ** The above information is only a guide. Depending on the course, in addition to meeting the overall IELTS requirement, you may need to achieve specific scores in specified subskills. Please see the relevant course page for full details.
  25. 25. 25About our courses Pre-universityUndergraduatePostgraduate International Foundation Undergraduate degree Year 1 Undergraduate degree Year 2 Undergraduate degree Year 3 (or 4 including placement) Postgraduate degree International Graduate Diploma International Year One Completion of undergraduate degree or equivalent Completion of secondary school or equivalent Completion of 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades
  26. 26. 26 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 The Accounting and Finance BSc provides a firm foundation in accounting and finance, offering you a balance of academic theory and real-life problem-solving skills that will be attractive to a wide range of employers. The degree focuses on the core disciplines of financial accounting, management accounting and finance. Key course facts Start date September Programme code N402, or N404 with work placement year Programme length Full-time 3 years, or 4 years with work placement year Academic entry requirements Completion of International Foundation at the Newcastle University London campus to the required level for entry. For further details of the progression grades required for guaranteed entry see page 40. or A levels: AAB, any subjects excluding General Studies. Minimum grade A in GCSE Mathematics and Grade B in GCSE English (if not offered at a higher level). or International Baccalaureate 35 points. 5 points required from Standard Level Mathematics or Mathematical Studies if not offered at Higher Level. 5 points required from Standard Level (or grade B in GCSE) English if not offered at Higher Level. If your qualifications are not listed here, please contact: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk for further guidance. English language entry requirement If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of your proficiency such as minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent. If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for Pre-sessional English. See page 52 for further details. Additional details about our English language policy can be found at: www.ncl.ac.uk/international/ programmes/requirements Further guidance For further guidance, please contact the Newcastle University London Admissions Office: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk PROGRAMME OVERVIEW This programme covers the essential skills for a successful career in any area of business and finance. WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE? • Newcastle University is in the UK top 20 universities for Accounting and Finance (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016 and The Complete University Guide 2016). • Benefit from teaching informed by research and strong professional links. • Professionally accredited by the ICAEW; upon successful completion you will have completed seven of the 15 papers of the ICAEW ACA qualification. The programme also offers exemptions from some of the professional examinations of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Newcastle University enjoys a good reputation for producing highly employable graduates. Many of our graduates go on to train as chartered accountants. However, this degree can also lead to a wide choice of other career options, such as finance or general management. A high proportion of the CEOs of FTSE 100 companies are accountants by training. Accounting and Finance BSc Honours
  27. 27. WHAT WILL I STUDY? Our degrees are divided into Stages. Each Stage lasts for an academic year and you need to complete modules totalling 120 credits by the end of each Stage. Please be aware that programme modules do change and therefore may differ for your year of entry. For detailed descriptions of modules, please visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/undergraduate/degrees/n402/modules Stage 1 Stage 1 provides a multi-disciplinary foundation, and includes modules in: • Introduction to Business Law • Introduction to Financial Accounting • Introduction to Management Accounting and Finance • Introduction to Management and Organisation • Introductory Economics • Professional Skills for Accounting and Finance. Stage 2 Stage 2 focuses on the three main streams of financial reporting, management accounting and finance. Modules include: • Auditing • Corporate Finance • Financial Control • Intermediate Financial Accounting • Managerial and Business Economics • Understanding Company Accounts. Work placement Between Stages 2 and 3, students on a four-year degree with placement will have the option to spend a full academic year on a work placement with an approved organisation. Modules include: • Intercalating Year Personal Learning Record • Intercalating Year Reflective Learning Account. Stage 3 At Stage 3 further specialisation in the three key streams takes place, covering financial accounting, management accounting and finance. Modules include: • Accounting, Organisations and Society • Derivative Markets • Financial Accounting • International Financial Management • Management Accounting • Taxation in Accounting. You will also complete a dissertation or research project on a topic of your choice. 27Undergraduate degrees “I came to Newcastle University London because I really like the courses on offer. Also, we are located in the business district, which is a great environment for students.” Chung Hsuan-Chi, Taiwan
  28. 28. 28 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 Successful organisations throughout the world recognise the importance of operating in a global market, whilst adapting to the local cultural context. The International Business Management BSc develops your understanding of international business and provides the knowledge and skills to manage the challenges involved in operating across borders. International Business Management BSc Honours Key course facts Start date September Programme code N122, or N123 with work placement year Programme length Full-time 3 years, or 4 years with work placement year Academic entry requirements Completion of International Foundation or the International Year One at the Newcastle University London campus to the required level for entry. For further details of the progression grades required for guaranteed entry see pages 38 and 42. or A levels: AAB, any subjects excluding General Studies. Minimum grade B in GCSE Mathematics and English (if not offered at a higher level). or International Baccalaureate 35 points. 5 points required from Standard Level Mathematics or Mathematical Studies if not offered at Higher Level. 5 points required from Standard Level (or grade B in GCSE) English if not offered at Higher Level. If your qualifications are not listed here, please contact: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk for further guidance. English language entry requirement If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of your proficiency such as minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent. If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for Pre-sessional English. See page 52 for further details. Additional details about our English language policy can be found at: www.ncl.ac.uk/international/ programmes/requirements Further guidance For further guidance, please contact the Newcastle University London Admissions Office: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk PROGRAMME OVERVIEW This degree programme is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in international, multinational or global organisations and contexts. You will enhance your CV, develop your language and communication skills and extend your understanding of international business management from a global perspective in one of the world’s best cities for business. WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE? • Masterclasses delivered by industry professionals. • Top 20 UK university for Business Studies (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016). • Take advantage of internship opportunities with a variety of international companies. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Newcastle University consistently has one of the best records for graduate employment in the UK. Our Newcastle graduates go into a wide variety of careers, including financial services, accountancy, management consultancy, business development, marketing, retail management and human resource management.
  29. 29. 29Undergraduate degrees WHAT WILL I STUDY? Our degrees are divided into Stages. Each Stage lasts for an academic year and you need to complete modules totalling 120 credits by the end of each Stage. Please be aware that programme modules do change and therefore may differ for your year of entry. For detailed descriptions of modules, please visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/undergraduate/degrees/n122/modules Stage 1 At Stage 1 you will receive a general foundation in the main disciplines of international business management, covering: • Business English modules* • Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance • International Business • Introduction to Management and Organisation • Quantitative Methods for International Business Management. * An additional language instead of Business English may be available for international students with an IELTS score of 7.0 or above. For details, please visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london Stage 2 At Stage 2 you will focus on the functional aspects of international business management, covering: • Global Perspectives in Managing People and Organisations • Global Strategic Marketing • International Finance and Financial Markets • Language and Cross Cultural Communication • Operations Management • Professional Communication Skills. Work placement Between Stages 2 and 3, students on a four-year degree with placement will have the option to spend a full academic year on a work placement with an approved organisation. While on placement you will complete the following modules: • Intercalating Year Personal Learning Record • Intercalating Year Reflective Learning Record. Stage 3 At Stage 3 you focus on the strategic aspects of international business management, covering: • Advanced Global Strategy • Contemporary Issues in International Business Management • International Business Diplomacy • Working in Intercultural Settings. You will then complete a dissertation or research project on an international business management topic of your choice. “I like studying here because of the location; it’s a great place to meet new people, and I love busy city life.” Hung Hin Ching, Hong Kong
  30. 30. 30 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 Key course facts Start date September Programme code N5N2, or N5N3 with work placement year Programme length Full-time 3 years, or 4 years with work placement year Academic entry requirements Completion of International Foundation or the International Year One at the Newcastle University London campus to the required level for entry. For further details of the progression grades required for guaranteed entry see pages 38 and 42. or A levels: AAB, any subjects excluding General Studies. Minimum grade B in GCSE Mathematics and English (if not offered at a higher level). or International Baccalaureate 35 points. 5 points required from Standard Level Mathematics or Mathematical Studies if not offered at Higher Level. 5 points required from Standard Level (or grade B in GCSE) English if not offered at Higher Level. If your qualifications are not listed here, please contact: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk for further guidance. English language entry requirement If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of your proficiency such as minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent. If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for Pre-sessional English. See page 52 for further details. Additional details about our English language policy can be found at: www.ncl.ac.uk/international/ programmes/requirements Further guidance For further guidance, please contact the Newcastle University London Admissions Office: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk PROGRAMME OVERVIEW This three or four-year degree programme combines business management with contemporary marketing theory and practice. You will gain significant real-world business experience and benefit from our strong links with globally recognised companies, preparing you for a career in management or as an entrepreneur. WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE? • Enhance lifelong learning skills and personal development to contribute to society at large. • Become a highly marketable graduate and contribute immediately to an employing organisation. • Study a variety of public, private and not-for-profit organisations, including their management and the changing external environment in which they operate. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Marketing and management graduates go into a wide variety of careers, including financial services, management consultancy, business development, marketing and communications, retail management and human resource management. International Marketing and Management BSc Honours The International Marketing and Management BSc is a vocationally orientated degree for students wishing to pursue careers as managers and marketing professionals working in an international context. Topics covered include global marketing, consumer behaviour, management and organisation, and growth in a globalised economy.
  31. 31. 31Undergraduate degrees WHAT WILL I STUDY? Our degrees are divided into Stages. Each Stage lasts for an academic year and you need to complete modules totalling 120 credits by the end of each Stage. Please be aware that programme modules do change and therefore may differ for your year of entry. For detailed descriptions of modules, please visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/undergraduate/degrees/n5n2/modules Stage 1 Stage 1 introduces key concepts and methods including: • Critical Perspectives on Business Growth • Consumer Behaviour • Introduction to Management and Organisation • Introduction to Marketing • Professional Skills for Marketing • Quantitative Methods for International Business Management. Stage 2 Stage 2 focuses on the following areas: • Business Enterprise (real business simulation over one year) • Global Perspectives in Managing People and Organisations • Global Strategic Marketing • Marketing Communications • Operations Management • Research Methods for Business and Marketing. Work placement Between Stages 2 and 3, students on a four-year degree with placement will have the option to spend a full academic year on a work placement with an approved organisation. While on placement you will complete the following modules: • Intercalating Year Personal Learning Record • Intercalating Year Reflective Learning Account. Stage 3 In Stage 3 you take modules in: • Advertising and Integrated Brand Promotion • Direct and Digital Marketing • Electronic Business • Management, Creativity, Design and Innovation. You will also complete a marketing or management dissertation or practical consultancy project. “I’m most excited about studying modules in marketing. My MSc course is really going to help me in the future.” Tao Jing Ying, China
  32. 32. 32 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 The Banking and Finance MSc provides you with an opportunity to critically analyse the role of banking within international financial markets, notably the management of asset-specific, company and country risk. You will develop a contemporary empirical understanding of the behaviour of international financial markets, alongside the IT and research skills required by employers. Key course facts Start date September Programme code 5268 Programme length Full-time 12 months Academic entry requirements A minimum of a 2:1 Honours degree or an international equivalent. You must also demonstrate a firm grasp of basic calculus, probability theory and statistical inference. If this is not clearly evident from your transcripts, please use your personal statement to give details of your mathematical knowledge. English language entry requirement If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of your proficiency through a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all subskills) or equivalent. If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for Pre-sessional English. See page 52 for further details. Additional details about our English language policy can be found at: www.ncl.ac.uk/international/ programmes/requirements Further guidance For further guidance or information about entry requirements, please contact the Newcastle University London Admissions Office: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk PROGRAMME OVERVIEW Worldwide growth in the financial services sector has furthered the demand for students with specialist skills and competencies in banking and finance. This programme is responsive to trends and issues in global financial services industries and the strong demand for specialist skills in banking. WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE? • Study in London, the world’s number one financial centre. • Graduates are trained for careers in accountancy, relationship management and fund management. • Masterclasses delivered by industry professionals. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES This programme is aimed at students interested in central, investment or retail banking as well as broader finance topics. Newcastle graduates from this programme have entered a variety of roles including accountant, relationship manager, fund manager and auditor. Banking and Finance MSc 14thin the UK for research power in Business and Management Studies at Newcastle University (Research Excellence Framework 2014)
  33. 33. 33Postgraduate degrees WHAT WILL I STUDY? The Banking and Finance MSc will develop your skills and practical understanding of: the role of banks in a modern economy; the operational behaviour of banks, financial markets and investors; and contemporary debates in international financial markets. Please be aware that programme modules do change and therefore may differ for your year of entry. For detailed descriptions of modules, visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/degrees/ banking-finance-london-msc The programme covers the following modules: • Applied Econometrics • Central Banking • Financial Derivatives • Financial Theory • International Finance • International Money and Banking • Introductory Econometrics • Optional Practical Project • Portfolio Management • Research Methods in Economics and Finance • Retail and Investment Banking. DISSERTATION Following the taught modules you will complete a dissertation. This will either be research-based or practice-based and is designed so that you can demonstrate the understanding and skills you have gained from the programme within the context of a detailed study of a banking and finance-related issue. You will be supported through research study skills modules and experienced research supervisors. “Newcastle University has an excellent reputation, and the London campus is small so you get to know your classmates really well.” Georgina, UK
  34. 34. 34 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 The International Business Management MSc has been developed in response to the growing internationalisation of business and management practice. It celebrates the diversity of living and working across cultures and focuses on the skills, competencies and knowledge necessary for individuals working in today’s global business environment. Key course facts Start date September Programme code 5263 Programme length Full-time 12 months Academic entry requirements You require a 2:1 Honours degree, or international equivalent, in any subject. If you do not meet this requirement you may be eligible to apply for the International Graduate Diploma. For further details see page 46. English language entry requirement If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of your proficiency through a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all subskills) or equivalent. If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for Pre-sessional English. See page 52 for further details. Additional details about our English language policy can be found at: www.ncl.ac.uk/international/ programmes/requirements Further guidance For further guidance or information about entry requirements, please contact the Newcastle University London Admissions Office: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk PROGRAMME OVERVIEW Our International Business Management MSc is suited to you if you are looking to study a broad business-based degree with an international focus. You do not need to have completed a prior undergraduate course in a business-related subject, though the programme is suitable for students with undergraduate business experience. WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE? • A course created in response to the growing internationalisation of business practice. • Develop applied skills in problem solving, decision making, critical thinking and analysis. • Syllabus includes case studies and a business simulation. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The programme will enable you to develop a career within business management in areas such as management consultancy, marketing or human resource management. International Business Management MSc
  35. 35. 35Postgraduate degrees WHAT WILL I STUDY? The degree consists of 130 credits of taught modules and a 50-credit dissertation. Please be aware that programme modules do change and therefore may differ for your year of entry. For detailed descriptions of modules, please visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/degrees/ international-business-management-london-msc The programme provides you with a broad understanding of the main areas of international business management. Modules include: • Current Issues in International Business and Management • The International Business Environment • International Business Strategy • International Entrepreneurship • International Management Practitioner • Managing Across Cultures • Managing Change in Organisations • Managing Organisations and People • Marketing • Research Methods for International Business Management • Strategic Business Analysis and Decision Making • Strategy for Managers. DISSERTATION Following the taught modules you will complete a dissertation. This will either be research-based or practice-based and is designed so that you can demonstrate the understanding and skills you have gained from the programme within the context of a detailed study of a management or business issue. You will be supported through research study skills modules and experienced research supervisors. “I chose to study at Newcastle University London because of its academic reputation, and of course because it is in the middle of London’s business centre.” Elena, Cyprus
  36. 36. 36 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 The International Marketing MSc provides opportunities for you to acquire a thorough understanding of marketing theories and how to apply them to real-world business challenges. You will specialise in marketing within an international context, including the rapidly developing issues surrounding global communications and brand management. International Marketing MSc Key course facts Start date September Programme code 5269 Programme length Full-time 12 months Academic entry requirements You require a 2:1 Honours degree, or international equivalent, in any subject. If you do not meet this requirement you may be eligible to apply for the International Graduate Diploma. For further details see page 46. English language entry requirement If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of your proficiency through a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in all subskills) or equivalent. If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for Pre-sessional English. See page 52 for further details. Additional details about our English language policy can be found at: www.ncl.ac.uk/international/ programmes/requirements Further guidance For further guidance or information about entry requirements, please contact the Newcastle University London Admissions Office: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk PROGRAMME OVERVIEW Organisations are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of understanding what their customers want and the necessity to develop products and services that meet customers’ needs and aspirations. Organisations that place the customer at the forefront of all decision making and take a marketing-led approach are able to create competitive advantage and build brand loyalty. This degree is aimed at graduates of all disciplines who wish to study a commercially focused postgraduate course. You do not need to have completed a business-related undergraduate course, though the programme is suitable for students with undergraduate business experience. WHY CHOOSE THIS DEGREE? • Learn to apply marketing theory to international case studies, markets and issues. • Develop advanced skills in the analysis of markets in an international context. • Gain knowledge of ethical issues and their implications in marketing. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The International Marketing MSc develops the knowledge and skills required for a successful career in business and marketing within an international context. Newcastle graduates are currently employed in companies around the world including L’Oreal, Accenture, Microsoft, Sainsbury’s, Shell, Nestlé, and HSBC Bank International.
  37. 37. 37Postgraduate degrees WHAT WILL I STUDY? For detailed descriptions of modules, please visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/degrees/ int-marketing-london-msc During this programme you will take the following compulsory modules (please be aware that programme modules do change and therefore may differ for your year of entry): • Consumer Behaviour • Customer Relationship Management • E-Marketing • International Brand Management • The International Business Environment • International Marketing • International Marketing Communications Management • Market Analysis • Marketing Research • Principles of Marketing. DISSERTATION Following the taught modules you will complete a dissertation. This will either be research-based or practice-based and is designed so that you can demonstrate the understanding and skills you have gained from the programme within the context of a detailed study of a marketing-related issue. You will be supported through research study skills modules and experienced research supervisors. “I chose Newcastle University London because I wanted to study in an international business environment.” Natella, Ecuador
  38. 38. 38 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 The International Foundation prepares you for direct entry to Year 1 of one of three business-related undergraduate degrees offered at Newcastle University London. International Foundation 2016 2017 2018 JUNJUNJUL JULAUG AUGSEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY IELTS 5.0 Extended International Foundation programme (4 term) IELTS 5.0 Extended International Foundation programme (4 term) EUS IELTS 5.5 International Foundation programme (3 term) Undergraduate degree Year 1 Undergraduate degree Year 1 Undergraduate degree Year 1 SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY WHAT IS THE INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION? The International Foundation combines academic study, intensive English language preparation, study skills and cultural orientation – all that is necessary for successful university study in the UK. WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THE PROGRAMME? • Newcastle University validated. • Premium facilities at our London campus. • A conditional offer of a place on the first year of a relevant undergraduate degree at Newcastle University London. • Guaranteed university placement for students who achieve the required grades. • Professional support and guidance with university applications. • Multiple start dates. WHAT IF I DO NOT MEET THE MINIMUM ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS? Lasting four terms, the Extended Foundation incorporates a term of intensive English language tuition at the beginning of the course, allowing you to begin your course and improve your English to a level appropriate for academic study. Examples of the combined programmes are set out in the diagram below. RECOMMENDED STUDY PLAN AND PROGRESSION ROUTE EUS: English for University Study IELTS 5.5 International Foundation programme (3 term) Undergraduate degree Year 1
  39. 39. 39University preparation programmes “Newcastle University London is world-leading, and in the financial centre of the world. I know I’ll succeed, because a Newcastle University degree will look good to future employers.” Martina, Italy and Hong Kong ASSESSMENT Assessment is both formal and informal. Informally you will receive advice and feedback from your teachers. You will also be assessed by a combination of examinations at the end of each semester and coursework which may include written assignments, reports, practical exercises, a design portfolio, group and individual research projects, presentations and problem-solving exercises. ASSURED PROGRESSION TO NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY LONDON If you successfully complete the International Foundation and meet the specified course requirements, you are guaranteed progression onto the first year of an undergraduate degree at Newcastle University London. See page 40 for full details of the progression grades required. Please contact us for details of progression to other degrees at the University’s Newcastle campus. UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS High-achieving International Foundation students who exceed the University’s progression requirements and select Newcastle as their first choice university may be eligible for a scholarship that will contribute to their first year of undergraduate studies. For further information visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london
  40. 40. 40 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 This pathway offers you progression to Year 1 of an undergraduate degree in Accounting and Finance, International Business Management or International Marketing and Management at Newcastle University London. International Foundation Business Key course facts Start dates July, September and January Programme length 3 terms or approximately 9 months 4 terms or approximately 12 months Class hours 21 hours per week minimum Class sizes Maximum of 16 students per class for English language teaching Age requirement 17 years and above* Academic entry requirements Completion of 12 years of schooling (or the local equivalent to meet the same standard) with good grades. English language entry requirement 3 term: IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in all subskills) or equivalent 4 term: IELTS 5.0 (with a minimum of 4.5 in all subskills) or equivalent If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for Pre-sessional English. See page 52 for further details. If you are applying for a Student Tier 4 visa you must have an IELTS for UKVI to apply for your visa. If you have any questions about this test, our experienced team will be happy to help you. Email your questions to: SELT.Help@into.uk.com Validating body Newcastle University Further guidance For further guidance, please check with the Newcastle University London Admissions Office at: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk * All students commencing courses on a published September start date must be 17 years old by 31 December of that calendar year. For all other start dates, students must be 17 years old on the published start date of the course. INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION IN BUSINESS (120 CREDITS) Core modules Specialist modules English for Academic Purposes (40 credits) Study Skills and Project (30 credits) Introduction to Accounting (10 credits) Introduction to the Study of Business (20 credits) Maths for Business (20 credits) See opposite for descriptions of core and specialist modules. LEADING TO THE FOLLOWING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES AT NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY LONDON Degree English for Academic Purposes Required grade in Maths Overall grade average Accounting and Finance BSc Honours 65% 65% 70% International Business Management BSc Honours 65% 60% 65% International Marketing and Management BSc Honours 65% 60% 65% PROGRESSION TO THE NEWCASTLE CAMPUS You may also be eligible to apply for entry to the following degree areas at the University’s Newcastle campus: accounting and finance; business management; economics; economics and business management; economics and finance; law; marketing; marketing and management; and politics and economics.
  41. 41. 41University preparation programmes For course dates and prices, see page 62 MODULE DESCRIPTIONS Detailed descriptions of the core and specialist modules for the International Foundation are set out below. English for Academic Purposes This module is designed to help you develop your skills and confidence in academic English. Four key skill areas are covered: reading, writing, listening, and speaking, and all are developed in an integrated and task-oriented way. The module will encourage you to take responsibility for your learning and a lot of emphasis is placed on private study, student research, student-led presentations, seminar discussions, e-learning and group work. Introduction to Accounting This module aims to prepare students for the world of business and accounting by giving them opportunities to develop knowledge and skills in accounting and the mathematics needed for these disciplines. Through a mixture of lecture delivery and small group seminar interaction, students will be guided towards understanding practical topics in the study of accounting. Introduction to the Study of Business This module will help you understand key features of business in the UK. You are introduced to many aspects of business in preparation for a range of business degrees. Topics covered include motivation, management and leadership, business classifications, business funding in the UK, scrutiny of corporate annual reports and accounts, how economic factors affect business, marketing, and current themes in business. You will be taught in lectures, seminars and tutorials, and will be assessed via examinations and coursework. Maths for Business The module covers mathematical and statistical techniques that have applications in business and in economics. The course initially reinforces algebra skills and then builds on these in the areas of equation handling and graphing techniques. Differentiation is introduced as a technique for finding the slope and turning points of a curve. You will develop skills in the area of handling, summarising and representation of data, and become familiar with probability as a concept. The concept of correlation is also introduced and developed to establish relationships between variables. Study Skills and Project This module is designed to help you adjust to the specific demands and expectations of UK higher education. The skills covered will include: personal and time organisation; library and information skills; using and interpreting data; team-working skills; problem-solving skills; examination and revision techniques; presentation skills; and avoiding plagiarism. You will also have workshop sessions in core ICT skills including the use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email, and web-based learning systems.
  42. 42. 42 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 International Year One 2016 2017 2018 JUNJUNJUL JULAUG AUGSEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY IELTS 5.5 Extended International Year One programme (4 term) IELTS 5.5 Extended International Year One programme (4 term) EUS IELTS 6.0 International Year One programme (3 term) SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY RECOMMENDED STUDY PLAN AND PROGRESSION ROUTE EUS: English for University Study The International Year One programme is equivalent to studying Year 1 of a UK undergraduate degree. Successful completion offers direct entry to Year 2 of one of two business-related undergraduate degrees at Newcastle University London. WHAT IS THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR ONE PROGRAMME? The International Year One programme provides you with the opportunity to: • improve your language skills in preparation for undergraduate study • increase your knowledge of academic theory and content to enable advanced entry to Year 2 of specified undergraduate degrees • develop the necessary study and research skills for undergraduate study • adjust to the demands, challenges and expectations of UK higher education. WHO SHOULD APPLY? With small class sizes and high contact hours, the International Year One programme is designed for students who would benefit from the additional academic and pastoral support that we can offer, as you prepare for direct entry to Year 2 of two degrees at Newcastle University London. The additional January start date will also appeal to students who are unable to apply for the traditional September start date for university study. Undergraduate degree Year 2 Undergraduate degree Year 2 Undergraduate degree Year 2 Undergraduate degree Year 2 IELTS 6.0 International Year One programme (3 term)
  43. 43. 43University preparation programmes “Newcastle University London will give me the skills I need to start my own business in the future.” Henri, Indonesia WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THE PROGRAMME? • Newcastle University validated. • A conditional offer of a place on the second year of a relevant undergraduate degree at Newcastle University London. • Professional support and guidance with university applications. • Premium facilities at our London campus. • High contact hours and small class sizes. • Multiple start dates. WHAT IF I DO NOT MEET THE MINIMUM ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS? Lasting four terms, the Extended International Year One programme incorporates a term of intensive English language tuition at the beginning of the course, allowing you to start your course and improve your English to a level appropriate for academic study. Examples of the combined programmes are set out in the chart opposite. ASSESSMENT Assessment is both formal and informal. Informally, you will receive advice and feedback throughout your programme from your teachers. You will also be assessed by a combination of examinations at the end of each semester, and coursework including written assignments, reports, practical exercises, group and individual research projects, presentations, and problem-solving exercises. ASSURED PROGRESSION TO NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY LONDON If you successfully complete the International Year One programme and meet the specified course requirements, you are guaranteed progression onto the second year of one of two undergraduate degrees at Newcastle University London. See page 44 for full details of the progression grades required. Please contact us for details of progression to other degrees at the University’s Newcastle campus.
  44. 44. 44 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 This pathway offers you progression to Year 2 of an undergraduate degree in International Business Management and International Marketing and Management at Newcastle University London. International Year One Business Key course facts Start dates July, September and January Programme length 3 terms or approximately 9 months 4 terms or approximately 12 months Class hours 21 hours per week minimum Class sizes Maximum of 16 students per class for English language teaching Age requirement 17 years and above* Academic entry requirements Satisfactory completion of A-levels, a recognised Foundation programme, first year of an overseas university degree programme with good grades, or equivalent. English language entry requirement 3 term: IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in writing) or equivalent 4 term: IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in writing) or equivalent If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for Pre-sessional English. See page 52 for further details. If you are applying for a Student Tier 4 visa you must have an IELTS for UKVI to apply for your visa. If you have any questions about this test, our experienced team will be happy to help you. Email your questions to: SELT.Help@into.uk.com Validating body Newcastle University Further guidance For further guidance, please check with the Newcastle University London Admissions Office at: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk * All students commencing courses on a published September start date must be 17 years old by 31 December of that calendar year. For all other start dates, students must be 17 years old on the published start date of the course. INTERNATIONAL YEAR ONE IN BUSINESS (120 CREDITS) Core modules Accounting and Finance (20 credits) Advanced Business English (20 credits) English for Academic Purposes (20 credits) Management and Organisation (20 credits) Marketing (20 credits) Quantitative Methods (20 credits) See page opposite for descriptions of all modules for this pathway. LEADING TO THE FOLLOWING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES AT NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY LONDON Degree English for Academic Purposes Overall grade average International Business Management BSc Honours 65% 55% average with no less than 40 in each module International Marketing and Management BSc Honours 65% 55% average with no less than 40 in each module PROGRESSION TO THE NEWCASTLE CAMPUS You may also be eligible to apply for entry to the following degree areas at the University’s Newcastle campus: business management; marketing and management; and marketing.
  45. 45. 45University preparation programmes MODULE DESCRIPTIONS Detailed descriptions of the core modules for the International Year One programme are set out below. Accounting and Finance This module aims to provide an introduction to key concepts, terminology and knowledge in accounting and finance to facilitate career development in business rather than to lead to further accounting studies. Students will learn to analyse and interpret financial statements, and prepare financial and management accounting reports. The module is delivered through formal lectures which enable the communication of key concepts and ideas, while seminars provide students with opportunities to discuss concepts and ideas, and to develop analytical skills. Advanced Business English The overall aims of this module are to develop English language proficiency of students within the specific context of Business. The module will provide the realistic blend of learning related to the real world business environment and the context of the academic study of business. In particular, the module aims to develop all four language skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) within relevant and contemporary business contexts. The module will expose undergraduate business students to an appropriate range of spoken and written text types, raise awareness of lexical, grammatical, discourse and phonological features of language most relevant to the current business environment. English for Academic Purposes This module focuses on academic writing and the development of critical reading skills as part of the preparation stage for exam and assignment writing. Techniques for the integration and synthesis of ideas of others into your own work are covered. The module uses current assignment questions from the other International Year One modules as a platform for developing the skills required. Spoken English and listening skills are developed by the extensive use of discussion tasks in pairs and group work. Management and Organisation This module will provide you with an introduction to the main principles of management theory and an understanding of the development of theory in organisational behaviour and its relation to management within organisations. You will learn about different organisational structures and designs, organisational cultures, and the decision-making process within an organisation. The course also addresses human resource management issues such as organisational motivation, leadership, teamwork and managing change in the workplace. Marketing Through this module, you will develop an understanding of the core concepts of marketing theory and an ability to apply them to case studies. Topics include market research, marketing strategy, marketing planning and the marketing mix, and looking at competition and the environment. A key part of the module assessment involves working as part of a group to research, plan and write a strategic marketing plan for a new product idea. Quantitative Methods This module offers an introduction to basic statistical concepts and methods of data analysis which are commonly used by businesses to reduce uncertainty when making decisions. The module covers the different ways in which data can be collected, summarised and analysed, and how to present that information to ensure clear understanding. You will consider probability theory as well as common probability distributions and topics such as hypothesis testing, forecasting, resource allocation, market research and quality control. There is a strong practical element to this module and you will become familiar with standard statistical packages.
  46. 46. 46 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 International Graduate Diploma 2016 2017 2018 IELTS 5.0 International Graduate Diploma with Pre-sessional English (4 term) IELTS 5.5 International Graduate Diploma (3 term) Master’s degree Master’s degree RECOMMENDED STUDY PLAN AND PROGRESSION ROUTE The International Graduate Diploma prepares students for entry to one of two specialist master’s degrees at Newcastle University London. There is a single pathway in Business. WHAT IS THE INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE DIPLOMA? This programme will give you the opportunity to: • improve your language skills • increase and improve your knowledge of academic theory and key academic subjects • develop research skills for postgraduate study • learn more about the UK education system. WHO SHOULD APPLY? The International Graduate Diploma offers: • a conversion course if you intend to focus on a new subject in your master’s programme • additional English and academic skills, if you already have a recognised undergraduate qualification • a pathway to postgraduate studies if you wish to return to education after gaining a number of years’ work experience, or need to build up your knowledge in a relevant field. WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THE PROGRAMME? • Newcastle University validated. • A conditional offer of a place on a postgraduate programme at Newcastle University London. • Regular assessment to monitor your progress. • Professional support and guidance with university applications. • Premium facilities at our London campus. • High contact hours and small class sizes. • Multiple start dates. Master’s degree Master’s degree IELTS 5.5 International Graduate Diploma (3 term) IELTS 5.0 International Graduate Diploma with Pre-sessional English (4 term) JUNJUNJUL JULJULAUG AUGAUGSEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY
  47. 47. 47University preparation programmes “The masterclasses are very helpful - it’s great to hear about real experiences from people in business.” Chau, Vietnam WHAT IF I DO NOT MEET THE MINIMUM ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS? If you meet the programme’s academic requirements, but do not meet the minimum English language requirements for entry to the standard three-term programme, you may be eligible for the International Graduate Diploma with Pre-sessional English, which includes an extra semester of English language preparation as part of the programme. Examples of the combined programmes are below. ASSESSMENT Assessment is a combination of formal examinations and assessed coursework. You are required to obtain 120 credits to complete the programme successfully. You will also have to carry out an independent research project, which will be assessed by the final written version, as well as a presentation. Your progress will be assessed through a combination of examinations and coursework, including written assignments, reports, practical exercises, group and individual research projects, presentations and problem-solving exercises. ASSURED PROGRESSION TO NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY LONDON If you complete and pass the International Graduate Diploma at the appropriate level (subject to meeting the specified course requirements) you are guaranteed entry onto designated postgraduate programmes at Newcastle University London. • To pass the International Graduate Diploma: you must achieve a minimum of 40% in each academic module plus a pass grade in English for Academic Purposes comparable to IELTS 6.0. • Please see next page for detailed requirements for progression to Newcastle University London.
  48. 48. 48 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 This pathway offers progression to the specialist master’s degrees in International Business Management and International Marketing at Newcastle University London. International Graduate Diploma Business Key course facts Start dates July, September and January Programme length 3 terms or approximately 9 months 4 terms or approximately 12 months (with Pre-sessional English) Class hours 21 hours per week Class sizes Maximum of 16 students per class for English language teaching Academic entry requirements A pass in an undergraduate degree or a Diploma (3–5 years) with suitable grades. English language entry requirement 4 term (with Pre-sessional English): IELTS 5.0 (with a minimum of 5.0 in all subskills) or equivalent 3 term: IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.5 in all subskills) or equivalent If you do not meet this requirement, you may apply for English for University Study. See page 50 for further details. Please note that in addition to the UKVI IELTS, Newcastle University London is able to accept other English language qualifications. Please contact us for details. Validating body Newcastle University Further guidance For further guidance, please check with the Newcastle University London Admissions Office at: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS (120 CREDITS) Language (40 credits) Subject content (80 credits) English for Academic Purposes (40 credits) Data Analysis for Business (10 credits) Economics (20 credits) Business and Management (20 credits) Study and Research Skills (30 credits) See page opposite for descriptions of all modules for this pathway. LEADING TO THE FOLLOWING MASTER’S DEGREES AT NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY LONDON Degree English for Academic Purposes Overall grade average MSc International Business Management 65% with a minimum of 60% in all subskills 60% MSc International Marketing 65% with a minimum of 60% in all subskills 60% PROGRESSION TO THE NEWCASTLE CAMPUS You may also be eligible to apply for entry to the following degree areas at the University’s Newcastle campus: e-business; international business management; international financial analysis; international human resource management; international marketing; and transport and business management.
  49. 49. 49University preparation programmes MODULE DESCRIPTIONS Detailed descriptions of the modules for the International Graduate Diploma are set out below. Business and Management This module aims to develop an understanding and appreciation of the international business environment, the implications of changes in the business environment for businesses and managers, and the need to make appropriate strategic decisions. The syllabus will also ensure coverage of topics that provide a foundation to Graduate Diploma students for their Postgraduate programmes. The module is delivered through lectures that introduce material to students and explore theories and concepts while seminars or small group teaching sessions are used to critically evaluate key issues within topics and develop skills through discussion, presentation, and set tasks. Data Analysis for Business This module focuses on the use of published company accounts. The aim of the module is to develop an understanding of what the data in a company’s accounts means, how to interpret that data, and how to use it to either judge the financial performance of a firm, or compare the performance of one firm with another. Students will also learn how to assess two different proposed projects or investments and recommend one as the best project, and why. The module is delivered through lectures, which introduce material to students and explore theories and concepts, while seminars or small group teaching sessions are used to critically evaluate key issues within topics and develop skills through discussion, presentation, and set tasks. Economics The module will focus on the distinction between microeconomics and macroeconomics and the underlying basic economic problem of scarcity. You will learn about the market system, the laws of supply and demand and how this determines the prices and the quantities that are traded through the concept of elasticity. By looking at the wider economic environment, you will learn about major schools of thought on macroeconomics issues and the relationship between economic growth and factors such as national income, inflation, unemployment, and economic management through monetary and fiscal policies. English for Academic Purposes This module aims to develop all your English skills so you are ready for postgraduate study. The ability to write essays at this level is the most important focus and you will have guidance in all aspects of academic writing including critical reading, synthesis of sources, text-level organisation and academic written style. All classes are delivered using pair and group work and learning is achieved with the use of problem-solving enquiry tasks. Learner independence is a priority, and focused support helps develop this. Study and Research Skills This module has been designed to help you make the transition to master’s level study at a UK higher education institution by ensuring that you develop the academic skills required and also undergo the intellectual development needed. It is through exposure to the expectations of postgraduate study and continued practice, feedback and reflection that your skills will develop. The content of the module will centre around the preparation for, and writing of, an extended academic essay of around 5,000 words, the process of which will be very similar to that for longer pieces of work that you will encounter at master’s level. The module will draw on and support the ideas explored in English for Academic Purposes and other modules across the Graduate Diploma.
  50. 50. 50 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 English for University Study focuses on academic English and the study skills you need to succeed on your pre-university academic programme or university degree. English for University Study Key course facts Start dates September, January, April and July Course length 1, 2, 3 or 4 terms Class hours 20 hours per week* Class sizes Maximum of 16 students per class Age requirement 17 years and above Students aged 16 will be accepted if holding an offer for progression to the International Foundation (subject to meeting the Foundation age requirement). English language entry requirement IELTS 3.0 (with a minimum of 3.0 in writing) or equivalent. If you are applying for a Student Tier 4 visa you must have an IELTS for UKVI to apply for your visa. If you have any questions about this test, our experienced team will be happy to help you. Email your questions to: SELT.Help@into.uk.com Further guidance For further guidance, please check with the Newcastle University London Admissions Office at: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk * Please note lessons are one hour including an allowance for class changeover. WHAT IS ENGLISH FOR UNIVERSITY STUDY? This is a year-round course of intensive academic English language study designed to prepare you either for entry to a further academic preparation programme or degree course at Newcastle University London. You will develop your English language and academic study skills, as well as research skills at higher levels, and with multiple start dates and different durations of study, the course has the flexibility to cater for students with different language levels. The course suits a range of needs, and will teach you to: • adapt to university-style teaching • learn the necessary research skills for university study • improve your overall English language ability and academic presentation techniques. For course dates and prices, see page 62
  51. 51. 51University preparation programmes WHAT WILL I STUDY? You will initially focus on developing core English language skills, developing your knowledge and confidence in reading, writing, listening, speaking and pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary. After developing your core skills, you will focus on skills relevant to your study, including teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking and time management. The course comprises 20 hours of taught lessons per week plus one hour of directed private study, which will be supervised by your tutor. In order to make good progress, you are expected to do approximately 20 additional hours per week of private study outside class, which may include homework, assignments or coursework that will be submitted for assessment, as well as online learning. ASSESSMENT At the end of each term, your skills and language will be assessed to give a clear indication of your progress. Methods of assessment may include: • written assignments • presentations • research projects • reading, writing, listening and speaking examinations. COURSE OUTCOMES Assuming you have met the academic entry requirements for your chosen programme, achieving the required level on the English for University Study course offers assured progression to the following courses: • direct entry to an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at Newcastle University London • the International Foundation, International Year One or International Graduate Diploma programme.* * Subject to meeting Tier 4 student visa requirements. “The course is going really well – my English is improving already and I am noticing my progress.” Nlando Paulo, Angola
  52. 52. 52 Newcastle University London 2016–2017 The Pre-sessional English course provides short and intensive preparation in academic English for international students who are already academically qualified and are due to start an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at Newcastle University London in September 2016. Pre-sessional English Key course facts Start dates June and July Course length 6 or 10 weeks Class hours 20 hours per week* Class sizes Maximum of 16 students per class Age requirement 17 years and above Academic entry requirements You must hold an offer of a place on a degree programme. English language entry requirements You must provide the University with an official IELTS test score. For postgraduate degrees 6 weeks: IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 6.0 in writing and no less than 5.5 in all other subskills) 10 weeks: IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in three subskills including writing and no less than 5.0 in the remaining subskill) For undergraduate degrees 6 weeks: IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 6.0 in writing and no less than 5.5 in all other subskills) 10 weeks: IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in all subskills) Further guidance For further guidance, please check with the Newcastle University London Admissions Office at: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk * Lessons are one hour including an allowance for class changeover. WHAT IS PRE-SESSIONAL ENGLISH? Pre-sessional English concentrates on academic English, preparing you for university study in the UK. This course is designed to: • improve your English language proficiency in the core skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing, within a university context • focus on academic English with subject-related work in your chosen area of study in a written project • help you to study independently using our extensive online materials. WHO SHOULD APPLY FOR THIS COURSE? This 20-hour per week course is suitable for you if you are academically qualified, hold an offer from Newcastle University London, and need to improve your English language level before starting a degree programme. Depending on your current language level and degree programme requirements, you will be required to study either a 10-week (June to September) or six-week (July to September) course.
  53. 53. 53University preparation programmes WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THIS COURSE? • Provides contextual study skills to help you adjust to the culture of a UK university. • Enables you to adjust to the demands, challenges and expectations of UK higher education and culture. • Teaches you how to give presentations on different areas of academic interest. • Provides you with a short period of time to adapt to living and studying in the UK prior to beginning your academic studies. ASSESSMENT In order to successfully complete the Pre-sessional course, you must meet the following criteria: • attendance on course (minimum 90%) • completion of a satisfactory course assignment and final presentation • successful completion of all four components of the final assessment, in reading, writing, listening and speaking • achievement of no less than the equivalent of IELTS 5.5 in the internal assessment of the individual elements of reading, writing, speaking and listening. See Important Note on Newcastle University London English Language Policy, right. COURSE OUTCOMES Assuming you have already met the University’s academic entry requirements and any other outstanding conditions, achieving the level of performance required in the Pre-sessional English course to fulfil the conditions of your offer will allow you to progress to your university course, without needing to retake the IELTS test. IMPORTANT NOTE Newcastle University London English Language Policy In line with UK government (the Home Office) regulations, all students seeking admission to Newcastle University London must be competent in English Language. For qualifications at NQF level 6 (degree level) or above this must be at a minimum of level B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) in each of the four components of language learning (reading, writing, listening, speaking). IELTS 5.5 is deemed to demonstrate B2 level competence. Under no circumstances will a student with an overall level of English Language below IELTS 5.5, or with a reading, writing, speaking or listening score below IELTS 5.5, be given admission to a full degree programme at Newcastle University London.
  54. 54. How to apply WHAT DOCUMENTS DO I NEED? WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? HOW DO I APPLY? SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS Whether you decide to complete your application with the support of an education counsellor in your home country or apply directly, we offer a simple application process and will support you every step of the way. Our multilingual Customer Relations Advisers are available to help answer your questions. For all applications • Completed, signed application form. • Copy(ies) of relevant academic and English language certificate(s) in English. • Full details of previous UK study, and a copy of your passport. Additional documents for degree applications • Personal statement. • Reference. • Curriculum Vitae (postgraduate applicants only). APPLY THROUGH UCAS You can apply for undergraduate degree programmes through UCAS, using the campus code: L. See individual course pages for specific UCAS course codes. For more information: www.ucas.com Once you have met the conditions of your offer, we will send you the required documents which will be needed in order to apply for a visa, if applicable. An easy application process to follow from anywhere in the world. APPLY ONLINE www.ncl.ac.uk/london/apply IF SUCCESSFUL, COURSE OFFER RECEIVED WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS (UNIVERSITY PREPARATION COURSES) OR SEVEN WORKING DAYS (UNIVERSITY DEGREES)* * Following receipt of correctly completed application.
  55. 55. 55 Section 2 Parent/Spouse/Family member and Sponsor details Title (Mr/Mrs/Ms) Family name Other names Relationship to student Contact address City Postcode Country Telephone (including international code) Email address How do you intend to fund your studies?  Self  Family  Employer*  Sponsor* * Name of employer/sponsor: Section 1 Student details (You must complete this section accurately otherwise your visa application (international applicants) may be affected) Title (Mr/Mrs/Ms) Family name Other names Gender   M   F Date of birth     /   /   (dd/mm/yy) Current age What type of visa do you intend to apply for?   Student Tier 4 visa   Short-term study visa   No visa Name as written on passport Passport number Nationality / citizenship Do you have or are you applying for permanent residence in the UK?  Yes  No Are you a US citizen or a US permanent resident?  Yes  No Do you have dual nationality status?  Yes  No If yes, please provide full details Permanent country of residence Student’s home address (you must complete this accurately as it may affect your visa application) City Postcode Country Student’s telephone numbers in country of residence Telephone (including international code) Mobile telephone Student’s email address ✁ Please complete all relevant sections of the application form in full. International applicants should return the application pack to their local education counsellor or to the Admissions Office (address below). UK applicants should apply through UCAS or return the application pack to the Admissions Office (address below). Admissions Office: Newcastle University London Admissions, One Gloucester Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 4AA, UK T: +44 1273 876040 | E: newcastlelondon@ncl.ac.uk You can also apply online: www.ncl.ac.uk/london/apply Education counsellor's stamp Counsellor’s name: Counsellor’s email: Application form 1 of 4
  56. 56. University preparation programme applicants ONLY: Proposed undergraduate/postgraduate programme (Must be completed for visa purposes) Please provide the name of the degree programme at Newcastle University London you intend to progress to: Section 3 Course selection Degree programmes Undergraduate 3 year programme   Accounting and Finance BSc Honours   International Business Management BSc Honours   International Marketing and Management BSc Honours 4 year programme   Accounting and Finance BSc Honours   International Business Management BSc Honours   International Marketing and Management BSc Honours Please specify start date   September 2016   September 2017 Postgraduate   Banking and Finance MSc   International Business Management MSc   International Marketing MSc Please specify start date   September 2016   September 2017 University preparation programmes International Foundation programme  Business Please specify start date   July 2016 (4 term)   September 2016 (4 term)   September 2016 (3 term)   January 2017 (3 term) International Year One programme  Business Please specify start date   July 2016 (4 term)   September 2016 (4 term)   September 2016 (3 term)   January 2017 (3 term) International Graduate Diploma programme   Business Please specify start date   September 2016 (3 term)   January 2017 (3 term) International Graduate Diploma programme with Pre-sessional English   Business Please specify start date   July 2016 (4 term)   September 2016 (4 term) English language courses English for University Study   September 2016   January 2017   April 2017   July 2017 Start date     /   /    End date     /   /   (dd/mm/yy) Please specify number of terms of English Pre-sessional English   Jun 2016 (10 weeks)   Jul 2016 (6 weeks) 56 Application form 2 of 4 ✁
  57. 57. Section 6 Welfare Do you have any conditions, medical or otherwise, that may impact your time with us?  Yes  No Completion and signing of this form gives us permission to administer first aid by trained staff first aiders if required. Do you consider yourself to have a disability?  Yes  No Have you been convicted of a relevant criminal offence?  Yes  No If you have answered yes to any of the above, please provide full details with your application on a separate sheet. Travel and medical insurance (for non-EU applicants only) The full cost of Uniplan insurance will be added to the invoice unless proof of alternative adequate cover is attached. For full details on insurance packages and prices see page 61 of the brochure. Please specify what insurance package you would like   Standard  Premium Please state when you would like the insurance to start Start date     /   /    (dd/mm/yy) End date     /   /   (dd/mm/yy)   I have my own insurance and enclose a copy Section 4 Student’s education history Please give details of your current or most recent school, college or university. International applicants should ensure official institution transcripts, latest available results or forecast results are attached in English. Please see page 54 for details of other documentation you need to send.  I confirm that I have included full details of all of my academic studies and do not have any plans to study further prior to enrolling on my programme with Newcastle university London. I understand that failure to provide full information on my academic studies may result in a visa refusal and/or dismissal from the campus. Institution name Dates of study      /   /    to      /   /     (dd/mm/yy) Date you received (or will receive) your certificate     /   /   (dd/mm/yy) Highest educational qualification name Language of instruction Institution city/town Postcode Country Email address  International applicants: Have you ever studied in the UK?  Yes  No If yes, please provide full details of study durations. Please also include a copy of your previous visa (must be completed for visa purposes). From    /   /   to    /   /   (dd/mm/yy) Have you ever been refused a visa for the UK?  Yes  No Have you ever been refused a visa application to any country?  Yes  No If yes, please provide full details Section 5 Current English language proficiency Please tick and enter details of your most recent English language test. Note: students will be assessed upon arrival and study plans WILL be altered if there is any discrepancy. Please provide a copy of your certificate.  IELTS   Trinity College London   Other (please specify) Have you arranged to take any other English language test(s) before starting your course?  Yes  No Name of exam Date due to be taken      /   /    (dd/mm/yy) ✁ 57Application form 3 of 4
  58. 58. Section 9 Declaration  I declare that the information I have supplied on and with this form is complete and correct  I have read and understood and agree to abide by the terms and conditions as outlined at www.intohigher.com/newcastle-london/terms (applicants for university preparation programmes) or www.ncl.uk/pre- arrival/regulations (applicants for degree programmes)   I agree to abide by the Cancellation and Refund Policy  I agree to pay all tuition and accommodation and sundry expense fees as they become due  I understand that the giving of false or incomplete information may lead to the refusal of my application or cancellation of my enrolment  University preparation programme applicants ONLY: I agree that copies of my academic progress and performance reports can be supplied to parents, sponsors or education counsellors without further notification  I agree that my records and achievements may be used for promotional purposes, without further notification SignedDate     /   /   (dd/mm/yy) (Parent/guardian) For students under 18 Or SignedDate     /   /   (dd/mm/yy) (Student) Section 8 Airport pickup Flight details including arrival date and flight number should be emailed to ukarrival.details@into.uk.com as soon as possible. All under 18 students must either book a pickup from us or provide evidence of alternative arrangements. Do you require an airport pickup?   London Heathrow (£130)   London Gatwick (£150)   London Stansted (£160) Section 7 Accommodation options Please note that we aim to provide the highest preference requested but, if this is not available, we reserve the right to provide or suggest alternative accommodation. Confirming your accommodation early gives you the best chance of getting the building and room type you want. Please indicate the building and room type you would prefer by ticking 3 boxes opposite to indicate your 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice of accommodation. Do you require homestay during the holiday periods?  Yes  No Do you envisage that you will have any specific requirements in student accommodation as a result of a disability/medical condition?  Yes  No Dietary requirements Please give details of special dietary requirements e.g. halal, vegetarian, no pork, any food allergies. 1st preference: 2nd preference: 3rd preference: Scape East Mile End – Studio Scape East Mile End – Studio+ Scape East Mile End – Studio++ Scape Shoreditch The Craft Building – Classic en suite The Craft Building – Premium en suite The Craft Building – Premium Studio Stratford ONE – En suite Homestay Meal plan Do you require a meal plan? (available at Scape East only)  Yes  No ✁ 58 Application form 4 of 4
  59. 59. Scholarship opportunities For full details, please visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Newcastle University London is delighted to announce a range of scholarships for all students applying for undergraduate or postgraduate degrees, or the International Foundation, International Year One or International Graduate Diploma programmes. WHO CAN APPLY? If you have a strong academic record, you will have the opportunity to apply for a scholarship, which provides financial support to reduce your tuition fees. Each application is considered with great care, with scholarships awarded on individual academic merit. “The scholarship has directly assisted me and has put me on a better career pathway. I am extremely grateful.” Gelske, Canada
  60. 60. 60 xxx Discover more Find out more about life at Newcastle University London, including our campus tours, taster sessions, public lecture series and networking opportunities. For more information, visit: www.ncl.ac.uk/london

×