Newcastle University Business School (NUBS) is a £50-million development overlooking the iconic St. James’ Football Stadium, with views over Newcastle city centre. The NUBS building is solely dedicated to the Business School, holding a host of facilities such as: 4 large lecture theatres 27 seminar/teaching rooms Meeting rooms Multi-purpose spaces Printing rooms 120 PC’s across the building
Considering a business-related degree? Second year student Yashna shares why you should choose Newcastle…
After switching from Geography to Business and feeling like a total ‘new kid at school’, I would say i’m now definitely settled into life as a Business Student. From one student to another, here are a few things i’ve learnt in my short but sweet weeks so far.
May has arrived and with it comes the first sprinklings of summer sun, a campus in full bloom and a whopping two Bank Holidays to enjoy! Here are our top event picks to enjoy this month…
Find out why Newcastle University should feature in your UCAS shortlist!
Deciding what to do about first year living arrangements can be quite daunting. Fear not, though! If you take a little time to do your research and don’t leave it to the last minute, you’re likely to find something suitable! Below I’ve pulled together the three options for students at Newcastle and handy list of pros and
1. Hit the North Festival A new inner-city, multi-venue festival is coming to Newcastle on 28th April 2017. Hit the North festival boasts a line-up of the best cutting-edge music from Britain and beyond from Lethal Bizzle to The Bay Rays. You don’t want to miss the first festival to take place in 11 venues across the city… so get