Your future means business at Newcastle University Business School
We're a triple-accredited Business School and part of Newcastle University, a research-intensive Russell Group University with a proud 180-year history, committed to delivering world-class academic excellence.
We aim to deliver excellent education and develop leaders for a future they can shape.
At the Business School, you’ll get a world-class business education and leave as a socially responsible graduate, ready to challenge conventional business thinking. We help you understand the world of business and it everchanging landscape, equipping you to drive those changes.
We offer courses in the following areas:
Are you considering studying an MBA?
Join Newcastle University Business School from Tuesday 12 to Thursday 14 March 2024 for MBA Consultations Week to discover how the Newcastle MBA can take your career to the next level.
Find out how studying an MBA will develop your knowledge, ability, and ambition, and prepare you for the challenges of the changing world of business. Hear from current students and a panel of alumni, and have your questions answered by our MBA team.
Take part in the following sessions:
Find out how this MBA will prepare you for the future.
The Newcastle University Business School postcast
Don’t miss The ‘NUBS’ of it, a podcast brought to you by Newcastle University Business School.
Each episode, our host and guests will discuss their passions, share their experiences and debate important issues.
The podcast covers a wide range of topics from our ground-breaking research to the student experience and alumni connects, all focusing all on the theme of value.
Our podcast series is a great listen, whether you want to unwind with a coffee or if you are having your daily walk.
Invest in your future and find out about our range of scholarships on offer for all levels of study to support with your studies.
We are also pleased to announce our Peter and Norah Lomas Scholarships are open. These are open to full-time students undertaking a PhD in Economics or Economic History from September 2024.
The average tuition fees for students from the EU/EEA are 16,500 GBP per year, ranging from 6,600 GBP to 24,500 GBP.
The average tuition fees for students from outside the EU/EEA are 21,800 GBP per year, ranging from 14,400 GBP to 26,200 GBP.
Tuition fees may vary for each study programme.
For most undergraduate programmes, the deadline is 25 January 2023. If you miss the January deadline, you can still apply. This also applies to EU and other international students.
For postgraduate programmes, there is no application closing date. We suggest international students apply at least two months before the course starts. This is so that you have enough time to make the necessary arrangements.
When you apply to Newcastle University Business School, you will need to prove your English proficiency.
Please note that the required English scores for admission may vary for certain programmes.