How to Apply

Undergraduate Programmes

If you would like to apply for a full time undergraduate programme at Newman University you can do so in one of two ways:

1. Direct Application
You can apply directly to Newman by submitting an application form. Please send the completed form with copies of your academic transcripts and certificates.  You will also need to include two references (from referees who know you academically or professionally). 

2. Applying through UCAS
You can also apply through the Universities & Colleges Admissions Service at www.ucas.com. The UCAS code for Newman University is N36. The application process is done online and the application deadline for International (Non-EU) Students  for 2017/18 academic year is June 2017. Please refer to the UCAS website for all other important dates

If you are unsure whether or not your qualifications meet our entry requirements, please contact us on +44 (0) 121 467 1181 ext 2378 or e-mail international@newman.ac.uk so we can give you information about the UK equivalent of your qualifications.

Postgraduate Programmes

Taught Higher Degrees
Normally a good first degree is required and a demonstrable interest/experience in the area to be studied.  If you wish to join a taught higher degree you can apply directly to Newman by submitting an application form.  Please send the completed form with copies of your academic transcripts and certificates.  You will also need to include two references (from referees who know you academically or professionally). 
 
Postgraduate Research Degrees
Newman’s postgraduate research students work towards MPhil or PhD degrees that are awarded by Liverpool Hope University. For more information about research opportunities, please contact Professor Máirtín Mac an Ghaill  on 0121 476 1181 ext 2601, or e-mail: M.Mac-an-Ghaill@newman.ac.uk or visit our Research Higher Degrees and Enquiries and Applications pages.

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