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"In an exam, just take a look out the window, at a tree or a cloud. This will remind you how insignificant this exam is and will help you write beauti...
Hard task-master but the work is worth the effort. The most relevant course I took all years.
King of History memes, was as excited about Revolution Day as the rest of us were for GOT season 7, and is an all around top bloke. 10/10 would be my ...
Makes sure students understand Easily reachable , helpful
Interesting guy, really passionate about the subject which is rather inspiring. Lectures like Ross Geller from Friends though, struggles to spit a sen...
Martin is the most lovely teacher ever. Seriously, i've had him for three different modules and he's just so nice. Would do anything to help you. Hone...
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Newcastle University is a public higher education establishment. It is located in North East England, UK.
The university teaches 26470 undergraduate and graduate students. Among them, the number of international students reaches 6785. Males comprise 49% and females make up 51% of students. The number of its professors listed on HotUni is 31. The university’s position in the current world ranking is #171 .
The university offers different study programs for students. The most popular and in-demand disciplines are History, Philosophy & Theology, Architecture, and Languages, Literature & Linguistics.
The university admissions see many applicants each year. The acceptance rate of this UK university is 18%. The average UCAS tariff score of applicants is 160. University applications can be submitted through UCAS. The UCAS code of the university is N21. The tuition fee is approximately $21060 per year.
Find out more information about Newcastle University on the website: www.newcastle.ac.uk.