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Newcastle College

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Student Accommodation

  • Newcastle College does not provide any accommodation, however there is plenty of good-value accommodation to be found, particularly in the student areas of Heaton, Sandyford, Jesmond and Fenham – and of course, the city centre. The college's student advisers can help signpost students to the range of student accommodation available to them.
  • Options include self-catered student residences (non-university owned), living with other Newcastle College students; private rental accommodation; or family home stay, living with a local family.

Student Life

  • Newcastle is the regional capital of the North East, renowned as one of the best student cities in the UK. It offers great nightlife, fantastic shopping, award-winning dining, inspiring heritage, and world class culture.

Nightlife and Culture

  • Newcastle is famous for its nightlife; students are guaranteed a great night out whatever their tastes – from stylish bars, late night venues, to cosy pubs. Alternatives to the usual night out are found at Lane 7 (offering ten-pin bowling and plenty more); or head to The Stand for a comedy night.
  • Newcastle is one of the cultural hot spots of the North East. A short stroll across the award-winning Millennium Bridge is the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. Across from the Baltic is Sage Gateshead – a landmark live music venue. Theatres include the Theatre Royal, Tyne Theatre and Opera House, Northern Stage and Live Theatre, featuring national touring productions, musicals, visiting bands, comedians, and musicians.
  • Newcastle also offers countless restaurants and cafés serving up cuisines from Chinese to Indian, Italian to Mexican; many offer student discounts.
  • Sport is big news in Newcastle and the city is known across the globe for its football team Newcastle United, the Toon Army, who play all of their home games at the iconic St James' Park. The region is also home to top level rugby club, the Newcastle Falcons as well as the most successful team in the British Basketball League the Newcastle Eagles.

Travel

  • Newcastle is really easy to get around thanks to an excellent transport network. There are frequent bus services in and around the city centre that run until late evening, as well as the reliable Metro system (Newcastle's answer to the London Underground).
  • Newcastle also has its own international airport, flying to destinations in the UK and beyond.
  • Newcastle's Central Station, on the main railway line from London to Scotland, is just a ten minute walk from the main college campus.