Monthly Archives: May 2016

What makes Newcastle Uni so great?

Newcastle University is a great place to study and live. Here are just some of the reasons why!

Life As An Archaeology Student

Archaeology and History student Emma gives a run down of an average day studying Archaeology at Newcastle University

Life As A Food and Nutrition Student

Second year student Nicoleta gives a run down of an average day studying Food and Nutrition at Newcastle University

Guide to Geography Society

Newcastle Geography Society is the first student society I joined as a Fresher! It’s a great way to meet new people and make friends who all share a passion for Geography! It’s a very popular student led society that organises lots of events and activities throughout the year… Here are some of the highlights: Geography
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Guide for International Students

Nicole gives her top tips for adjusting to life as an international student at Newcastle University.

Playing Intramural Sport at university

Katie shares why she took up intramural sport at University and why you should too!

Study Abroad in Japan

Here’s a day in a life of a study abroad student in Japan.

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