NEWMAN UNIVERSITY

NEWMAN UNIVERSITY

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Intl Student

Ranked University

Campus Location

Birmingham

 

IELTS Required

9,500

Tution Fees

Intake Months

Institutional Benefits

At Newman we believe offering you an international dimension to your studies is important to your personal, academic and professional development. As part of your degree course – undergraduate, postgraduate, part-time or full-time, Newman gives you the possibility to broaden your horizons and gain academic recognition.

You could be eligible to study or work abroad, as part of your course, in Europe and even further afield in places like The Gambia and India. There are new and exciting opportunities arising all the time through the Erasmus programme and links worldwide.

In an ever changing global world, there are many benefits to studying or working in another country.

  • Stand out from the crowd – whatever career you choose after university, having international experience on your  CV will help you stand out from the competition.
  • Life skills – while living abroad you will gain skills that can’t be taught in the classroom.
  • International perspective – discover a different culture and way of life, perhaps even pick up a foreign language while you are there.
  • Travel – visit exciting new places.
  • Fun – meet lots of interesting people and have a good time!

At Newman, we offer our full support and encourage students to take their work placement in countries where, even though there is no Newman link, students have family or friends or a genuine interest to visit – the possibilities are endless!

You can either self-fund your international experience, or alternatively there is funding available via Erasmus +. The Erasmus programme enables students in higher education to study or undertake a work placement for at least two months in another European country as part of their degree course.

The Erasmus programme is available to all eligible Newman students after consultation with their academic course leaders and the International Co-ordinator. Students may also be able to take part in shorter, self-funded work placements in Europe.

Programs

Accounting and Finance

Accounting and Finance BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Business Studies

Business Marketing BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Economics and Finance

Business Economics BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Arts

Mathematics BSc (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Biological and Biomedical Sciences

MRes Human Sciences

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Journalism & Mass Communication

Philosophy, Religion & Education BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
£ 0.00
English
Go to course

Higher Education Practice PGCert

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course

MA Education

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Art and Design

Art and Education BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Computing and IT

PGCE Secondary Computer Science (QTS)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Business and Management

Business Management BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Sociology and Social Sciences
£ 0.00
English
Go to course

Health and Social Care BSc (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
MBA

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course
Media
£ 0.00
English
Go to course

Drama and Education BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course

Drama and English BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course

Drama full-time top-up award BA (Hons)

 |  Placement Year:   No

£ 0.00
English
Go to course

Scholarship

Newman University offers a 100% tuition fee waiver and limited additional financial support to assist with study and travel expenses, to one student per year who is:

  • seeking asylum in the UK, or a dependent or partner of someone seeking asylum
  • seeking asylum in the UK, or a dependent or partner of someone seeking asylum who has been granted Discretionary Leave to Remain or some other form of temporary status

Please note: Spouses/civil partners must have been the spouse/civil partner on the date which the asylum application was made. Children/step-children must have been aged under 18 on the date on which the asylum application was made.

Applicants must:

  • have been offered a place (conditional or unconditional) on an undergraduate programme at the University  BEFORE applying for the Award
  • by virtue of their immigration status, be unable to access UK Government Student Finance (tuition fee loans or maintenance loans/grants)
  • be able to provide evidence that they sought asylum on arrival in the UK and that their asylum application is under consideration by the Home Office

Priority will be given to applicants who live within easy commuting distance of Newman University.

The Award is payable in each standard academic year of the course. This is unless, as a result of an asylum application, you (or your parents or spouse/civil partner) are granted indefinite leave to enter/remain in the UK. If this happens, you must inform the University and the award will cease from the start of the next academic year, when you would be expected to apply for student finance instead.

Financial

Cost of Living

9135

Campus Accommodation Cost

100

Undergraduate Tution Fee

9250

Postgraduate Tution fee

10280

Financial Application fees

N/A

Location

Genners Lane,

Bartley Green,

Birmingham, B32 3NT

+44 121 476 1181