The award-winning Robinson Library holds over one million books, 5,500 periodicals and over 200 networked computer workstations. There is seating for over 2,000 people.
The University of Newcastle is a campus university located at the heart of the regional capital for the Northeast of England. This vibrant city has shops, restaurants, nightclubs, theatres, cinemas, art galleries and museums - something for everyone. The surrounding region contains many sites of historic interest, such as Hadrian's Wall, and is close to the world-famous Lake District.
There are many facilities on campus for students. The Union Society supports over 100 societies including many international students' societies. The Student Advice Centre and Chaplaincy offers support to all students. There is also a dentist and a doctor on campus.
Over 14% of students at the University of Newcastle come from outside the UK, representing over 100 countries.
Accommodation is available for over 3,500 students on campus. Postgraduate housing is also available. There is a range of accommodation, from single study bedrooms in catered halls of residence to self-catering flats. Computing facilities and recreational facilities are available in some halls of residence. Private rented accommodation is plentiful and cheap in this student-friendly city.