Why choose Newman University?
At Newman University you will benefit from interactive teaching with academic staff who take a real interest in your learning. You will study on a modern campus situated in the south-west of Birmingham, approximately 12km from the city centre with regular bus services to the city centre directly from the campus.
Birmingham is the UK’s second largest city and is one of the youngest cities in Europe – 40% of the population is under 25 years of age – which makes it a great place to experience student life!
How can I apply to study at Newman?
- Request nomination from your home university to study at Newman.
- After nomination, you will be emailed a link to the Newman application form. Complete and return with any required supporting documents.
- If accepted, you will receive further details on how to enroll and your course study options.
Why study abroad?
Studying abroad is a great way to enhance your CV and career prospects, develop your cultural awareness and learn or improve another language. As a Newman student, you can apply to spend a semester studying abroad at one of our partner universities or attend a shorter programme, for example a summer school.
How much will it cost to study abroad?
The Turing Scheme is a government funded scheme which allows students to apply for funding to help with the costs of studying abroad. See the FAQs for further details.
How can I apply to go abroad?
Complete the Overseas Experience Request form. The Overseas Experience Coordinator will then arrange a meeting to discuss the options available to you, usually within 14 days.