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  Institutional Review Reports - University of Newcastle upon Tyne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
It also appeared that the University was fully aware of the potential impact of restructuring upon the student body and of the need to deal systematically with matters such as 'departmental belonging' for students in the middle of their degree programmes.
In the context of securing good communications, the University is to be commended for the care with which it has approached the restructuring process and its concern to minimise the impact upon the student experience.
Universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Heriot-Watt, Liverpool, Southampton, Surrey, University of Wales,Cardiff and Swansea, UMIST
www.qaa.ac.uk /reviews/reports/institutional/newcastle_upon_tyne/newcastle_uni.asp   (11058 words)

 Newcastle University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The University has its origins in the College of Medicine which was established in the city in 1834, and formally became a college of Durham University in 1851.
Growth of the Newcastle Division of the federal Durham University led to tensions within the structure and in 1963 an Act of Parliament separated the two divisions, leaving Durham as an 'Oxbridge'-style collegiate university and creating the University of Newcastle upon Tyne as a civic university similar to Hull, Leicester, Nottingham and Southampton.
Though Newcastle was the subject of the Channel 4 'Redbrick' documentary in 1986 it is not often considered to be either a redbrick or a plate glass university.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/University_of_Newcastle_upon_Tyne   (658 words)

 BTCO - University of Newcastle Joint Scholarship - BTCO Joint Scholarships - BTCO Scholarships - Scholarships - ...
With its history dating back to 1834, the University of Newcastle upon Tyne is one of the UK's leading teaching and research universities with more than 4,000 postgraduate students, including international students from over 100 countries outside the UK.
The University has first-class teaching and research facilities and enthusiastic and dedicated staff situated on an attractive city-centre campus in Newcastle, a major cosmopolitan and friendly city in the north east of England with excellent transport links and a reputation as a great student city.
Newcastle is the longest established law school in the north east of England and was recently ranked 20th place in The Times newspaper rankings of all UK Law Schools.
www.britishcouncil.org /taiwan-education-scholarships-btco-joint-shcolarships-btco-university-newcastle-joint-scholarship.htm   (641 words)

 Study at University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle University is committed to equality of opportunity for its staff and students.
University occupies a large campus close to the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Newcastle is the regional capital for over three million people living in North East England, and has been a centre of commerce and culture for almost 2,000 years.
www.internationaleducationmedia.com /unitedkingdom/newcastle.htm   (326 words)

 University of Newcastle upon Tyne to lead UK Stroke Research Network
Specialists at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne have been chosen to co-ordinate a multi-million pound nationwide network of healthcare professionals to increase the amount of research being carried out into stroke — the third most common cause of death in the UK after heart disease and cancer.
Newcastle University has been chosen by the Department of Health to co-ordinate the UK Stroke Research Network, in collaboration with the Universities of Birmingham, Glasgow, Nottingham and Oxford, under its UK Clinical Research Network (UKCRN) initiative.
Newcastle University was chosen to co-ordinate the UK Stroke Research Network because of its already strong programme of stroke research, coupled with extensive expertise in managing clinical research.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2005-07/uonu-uon072505.php   (822 words)

 Newcastle upon Tyne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Newcastle upon Tyne (usually shortened to Newcastle) is a city and metropolitan borough of Tyne and Wear, England, situated on the north bank of the River Tyne.
Ironically, Charles was imprisoned in Newcastle by the Scots in 1646-7.
Newcastle is situated in the North East of England, in the ceremonial county of Tyne and Wear.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Newcastle_upon_Tyne   (4613 words)

 Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle University is home to a diverse and cosmopolitan community with over 2,500 international students from over 100 countries worldwide.
The University of Newcastle upon Tyne has grown from a School of Medicine and Surgery, established in Newcastle in 1834, to become one of Britain's leading universities, with over 16,500 full-time and part-time undergraduate and postgraduate students including students from 100 different countries.
Newcastle is a fantastic city to live and study in - one that fully deserves its reputation as a great place for students.
www.chopraconsultants.com /uk/newcastle/newcastle-why.htm   (1190 words)

 QS Top Universities: University of Newcastle upon Tyne
At Newcastle, our aim is simple: to inspire our students through our teaching, create an exciting yet supportive environment in which to study, and ensure the quality of our teaching and learning provision.
By studying at an internationally acclaimed, research-led university, you will reap the benefits of an environment where teachers have direct involvement in researching their subject area, and share their knowledge and experience with you.
Newcastle University has a range of internationally renowned Research Institutes and Research Centres, and provides the backbone of research to support five new Centres of Excellence.
www.topuniversities.com /scorecard/modules/school_search/search_school_details.php?voidsess&sch_id=871   (391 words)

 Terry Farrell | Newcastle University
The masterplan for The University of Newcastle upon Tyne provides the opportunity to take an overview of the university's accommodation requirements and sets out proposals for the ongoing physical development of the university.
As the university seeks to attract and retain the highest calibre of staff and students, putting a 'face to the place' is critical.
Newcastle University is located at the symbolic northern gateway to the city adjacent to the Civic Centre and the University of Northumbria.
www.terryfarrell.co.uk /projects/masterplanning/mp_newcastleUni.html   (279 words)

 Aimhigher: Newcastle upon Tyne, University of   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Today, the University is officially designated as the UK's centre of excellence for the teaching of medicine and dentistry and has developed other major strengths in the sciences, arts and humanities.
Newcastle is a founder member of the Russell Group of leading research universities and is a pioneer of modern widening participation projects.
In 2001, the University began a restructuring exercise linked to an ambitious investment programme to consolidate its position at the forefront of research, teaching and entrepreneurial activity in the higher education sector.
www.aimhigher.ac.uk /universities___colleges___hei/north_east/university_of_newcastle_upon_tyne.cfm   (377 words)

 University of Newcastle upon Tyne - Language Centre
The University of Newcastle upon Tyne offers well organised libraries, an active sports centre and a modern Open Access Centre where to study foreign languages becomes more enjoyable.
The university setting is ideal, being right in the town centre and getting about the campus, town and student accommodation is simple.
Newcastle upon Tyne is one of the most popular student cities in the UK and offers a wide variety of social, cultural and educational opportunities.
www.internationaledu.net /ads/newcastle_languagee.htm   (481 words)

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At Newcastle, the sole method in which a student can express a grievance is to write a letter to the Dean of Faculty, who then deals with it without any further communication with the student.
The University is an autonomous body and HEQC does not have the powers to intervene in its management or the resources to undertake an ombudsman-like role in relation to individual complaints.
It is clear that your complaint alleging 'exam-fiddling' at the University of Newcastle, falls outside the remit of HEQC because it concerns academic matters.
www.neam.co.uk /newcastle/accountability.html   (1232 words)

 University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear Strategic Health Authority - December 2005 - RG235 ...
The Newcastle Colleges merged to form King's College in 1937 and, in 1963, when the federal University was dissolved, King's College became the University of Newcastle upon Tyne.
There are opportunities for clinician involvement in research, university lecturing, and student assessment and for university staff to have a strong clinical grounding through practice-based research, thus supporting students in both academic, clinical and research achievement.
University support for placement providers is excellent, with effective partnership working, facilitated by the new practice placement manager posts in clinical psychology, and SPEC and CCC meetings in SLT.
www.qaa.ac.uk /reviews/reports/health/newcastle06.asp   (11322 words)

 University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newcastle is the regional capital of the North East and the thriving centre of its cultural, social, educational and commercial life.
The University of Newcastle upon Tyne is a long established institution, in the heart of the city.
Professor Nick G Wright joined Newcastle University in 1994 as Research Associate and was subsequently appointed to a lectureship in 1997.
www-icprocessing.ee.surrey.ac.uk /3,5newcastle.htm   (1074 words)

 Education UK - The best you can be
The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne was established as a School of Medicine and Surgery in 1834 and is now one the UK’s leading universities, positioned in the top 20.
The University has developed a range of teaching and research interests which span arts and humanities; biological, biomedical, environmental and agricultural sciences; business and management; education, communication and language sciences; engineering and computing science; medicine and dentistry; physical and mathematical sciences; and social science and law.
The Sunday Times newspaper chose Newcastle as its University of the Year 2000/01, stating: ‘Backed by superb all-round strength, Newcastle is our choice because of its outstanding teaching record.’ No subject taught at Newcastle has been awarded less than 20 out of a maximum 24 points by the Quality Assurance Agency.
www.educationuk.org /pls/hot_bc/bc_profile.page_pls_profile_details?x=27349552305&y=0&a=10025&z=3755   (550 words)

 University of Newcastle upon Tyne and University of Sunderland Partnership - QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
University of Newcastle upon Tyne and University of Sunderland Partnership
Sunderland University has a national reputation for high quality courses and is a leader in widening participation through the development of programmes to suit adults wanting to learn.
All current and former students will need their details to be passed on to the University of Sunderland so that they can be a part of the future lifelong learning provision in the region as they would have been at the University of Newcastle.
cll.sunderland.ac.uk /ipad/partnership/qanda.asp   (1217 words)

 University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne International Summer School - Study Abroad - Towson University
Study at the International Summer School at Newcastle University in the North of England in 2007.
The city of Newcastle was voted Britain’s friendliest city in 2005 and ranked as one of the world’ s top eight cities to visit.
Application Process: Fill out the TU Newcastle University International Summer School Application Form and submit it to the TU Study Abroad Office.
wwwnew.towson.edu /studyabroad/newcastlesummer.asp   (329 words)

 Newcastle University | Higher | EducationGuardian.co.uk
Newcastle is a thriving cosmopolitan city that this year hosts the World Summit on Arts and Culture.
The University of Newcastle upon Tyne has a strong academic reputation and excellent social, IT and sports facilities.
Newcastle has an active student media: the weekly student newspaper, The Courier, has been a winner of the Student Newspaper of the Year award in recent years, and the student radio station, NSR (Newcastle Student Radio) is run by students from both the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and Northumbria University.
education.guardian.co.uk /higher/universityguide/profile/story/0,,489418,00.html   (221 words)

 University of Newcastle
The University of Newcastle upon Tyne offers a range of undergraduate degrees in physics including Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Theoretical Physics, Physics with Medical Applications and Chemical Physics.
The University operates the PARTNERS scheme which is aimed at widening participation by encouraging applications from students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Newcastle University was awarded The Sunday Times University of the Year for 2000-01.
www.rdg.ac.uk /AcaDepts/sp/PPLATO/publish/the_team/newcastle_u_tyne_university.htm   (158 words)

 Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, NE1 7RU
A Newcastle scientist has been advising U.S. Senators and Congressmen about research into stem cells.
Images of Antony and Cleopatra on an ancient coin show they were not as good-looking as people think, say University experts.
Newcastle University NE1 7RU, United Kingdom, Telephone: (0191) 222 6000
www.ncl.ac.uk   (74 words)

 graduate jobs and careers advice - doctorjob.com - University of Newcastle Upon Tyne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Our University is situated on a single-site campus and combines the best aspects of a strong campus identity with its location in the centre of a lively and cosmopolitan city.
About Us The University of Newcastle upon Tyne, named as one of Britain's most successful universities by the Guardian University Guide in 2004, is one of the UK's major international universities with an excellent record for quality in both teaching and research.
The University has an outstanding reputation in research across a wide range of disciplines and this was demonstrated by the publication of the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) in 2001, which showed that the University had made one of the biggest leaps forward of all the UK universities.
doctorjob.com /Employer/view/EmpInstitutionProfileView.asp?intInstitutionProfileID=94   (1256 words)

 University of Newcastle upon Tyne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Newcastle had been a cultural and commercial centre of the North for over 2000 years, and its beautiful scenery and modern vibe shows why it attracts over 200,000 visitors a year.
Newcastle upon Tyne was voted as University of the Year in the year 2000.
From professional development courses for lawyers, teachers, engineers, to research degrees and short courses often prepared tailor-made to what you want to do, the University of Newcastle upon Tyne is a valuable place to start searching for you educational needs.
www.educationuk.com.hk /univer/tyne.html   (423 words)

 University of Newcastle Upon Tyne - Medical School
Newcastle is proud to be a well respected academic University with the top medical school ratings in the country but also ranks in the top ten as a sporting University"
I think Newcastle is one of the most fun cities around and I've been to a few…..There is always a lot to do even for the most board individual".
"Newcastle is a vibrant city, with pubs, bars and clubs to suit all tastes.
www.studyoverseas.com /uk/ukunis/newcasmedical.htm   (386 words)

 University of Newcastle upon Tyne
University of Newcastle is please to announce two undergraduate joint scholarships.
Children, brothers and sisters of graduates of the University of Newcastle upon Tyne are eligible
The University offers approximately 60 partial scholarship awards each year to encourage well-qualified international graduates who wish to follow a taught postgraduate programme at Newcastle.
www.educationuk.com.hk /scholar/tyne.html   (420 words)

 University of Newcastle upon Tyne im innovations-report
The University of Newcastle upon Tyne is a popular university with an excellent pedigree in research and teaching and is closely integrated into the economic, cultural and social life of the North East.
Our teaching record across all disciplines is outstanding, and we were chosen by The Sunday Times newspaper as its University of the Year 2000-01.
At the heart of the plan was the formation of fewer, bigger academic units.
www.innovations-report.de /html/profile/profil-1278.html   (373 words)

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