Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
About Newcastle College
We look forward to welcoming you to one of the largest and most successful colleges in the UK! Newcastle College fact file:
With over 40,000 students at Newcastle College, you know you'll be in good company.
Beacon status - one of only nineteen colleges that have been awarded this status in the UK.
Ongoing investment programme of £160 million in campus facilities - study in inspirational buildings and with cutting edge facilities.
University awarded Foundation Degrees and Honours Degrees.
Widest range of school leaver courses at the largest college in the north east.
Flexible learning - evening, weekend and day-time study to fit around your lifestyle or working commitments
Outstanding QAA results (Quality Assurance Agency) giving you the highest quality of teaching, particularly in performing arts, beauty, sport, hospitality, tourism, art and design.
Winner of Company of the Year in the North East Business Awards 2005 - benefit from our award-winning performance and investment.
High quality advice and guidance - Student Services were recently re-accredited for Matrix, the quality standard for
Information, Advice and Guidance.
Excellent links with employers - giving you access to live work placements to help improve your career prospects
We offer you competitive tuiton fees and non-repayable bursaries for higher education students.
Agreed progression routes - helping to take your qualifications even higher.
At Newcastle College we are proud to offer an ever increasing range of undergraduate, school leaver, vocational and part-time courses. Teaching and student support at the college are second to none and we have a fantastic variety of state-of-the-art facilities including the Lifestyle Academy with modern gym, luxurious spa, beauty salon and Chefs' Academy restaurant; A state-of-the-art £21 million Performance Academy for music and performing arts; A new £8.6 million city centre resource for employers and employees to train - opening September 2007; and the brand new re-development of Grade II listed Rye Hill House, representing a new gateway to the college's facilities, to mention just a few.