Our response to COVID-19
These are unprecedented times, for Newcastle and for the world. Find out how we are combatting the global COVID-19 pandemic - and how you can help.
No face-to-face teaching or assessments. Advice for Newcastle University students and staff about coronavirus / COVID-19.
Coronavirus – update for prospective students
We understand how worrying it is that schools are closing in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Prime Minister has promised students will get the qualifications they need and deserve for their academic career, and we will be working closely with the government and higher education bodies to establish what this will mean, particularly for those of you planning to come to Newcastle University.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Newcastle and we want you to know that we’re committed to working with you to achieve your goals.
Our students are at the heart of everything we do. As the situation changes, we’ll add to our Frequently Asked Questions for prospective students, so please keep checking on our website for further updates.
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