Newcastle University’s 50-acre campus is located in the city centre, close to the high street, restaurants and parkland.
Renowned for being the business and social hub of the North East, Newcastle is a great place to study. With a large and vibrant cultural sector, and exceptional shopping and leisure facilities, there’s always something to do. The city also boasts excellent transport link to the coast and countryside.
Newcastle University offers a range of award-winning facilities to enhance your learning experience. Within their Law School, you will find an extensive law library with individual and group study spaces, computer facilities, a mooting room to hone your advocacy skills and a student common room to relax.
As a student at this campus, you will have access to the University of Law’s Employability Service which offers a huge range of support, including events and activities to prepare you for the world of employment. Our dedicated employability team can help you to obtain work experience and pro bono opportunities to help boost your CV and career.
Combining our professional legal training courses and experienced tutoring from qualified lawyers, with the vibrant surrounds of Newcastle University’s campus and great student experience, we will help you excel both professionally and personally.
Newcastle Postgraduate Award
We are offering a £500 Newcastle Postgraduate Award to all postgraduate students starting their studies at our Newcastle campus between 1 September 2021 and 30 June 2022.
Silent study area
42-44 Great North Road/Windsor Court
Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle Law School is a few minutes’ walk away from the Student's Union and a five-minute walk from city-centre shopping on Northumberland Street. It is easily accessible with bus and Metro (underground) stations nearby.
We will provide support to help you find suitable accommodation. We have an online accommodation portal, which provides helpful advice on choosing a property to rent in Newcastle and provides a property listings search for students who have accepted their place at our Newcastle campus.
If you choose to study at our Newcastle campus, you will have Associate Student status meaning you can use that University’s students’ union and facilities, and join in with their societies.
Pro bono is an increasingly important part of legal education and practice, that is both challenging and rewarding. We have an award-winning pro bono service, which has been running programmes designed to enhance the employability of our students since 2001.