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INTO Newcastle student guide: Welcome

Information and resources for INTO students at Newcastle University

Welcome!

Welcome to the subject guide for International students at Newcastle University.

Explore this guide to find out more about resources available Newcastle University Libraries 

Guide to the library (English)

Or look at the same guide but written the Geordie dialect

'The Geordie Guide'

Useful links

 

Promotes and protects the needs of international students in the UK.

Newspaper and News Media Guide

Comprehensive listing of newspapers, TV and radio organisations for countries around the world.

Offers a range of services tailored to meet the needs of international students joining the University.

This website from the British Council includes games, stories, listening activities and grammar exercises. Apps are also available for Android, iOS and Blackberry to help you learn English.

Self-study language learning at one of the foremost independent language learning centres in the UK.
 
This site aims to help International students prepare for and come to terms with the culture shock in coming to the UK. It covers personal safety, travel, weather and academic support.

The INTO Newcastle University app contains everything you need to know about studying, arriving and living in Newcastle.

The NewcastleGateshead City Guide app is an interactive guide to Newcastle and Gateshead.
 
NU mobile Find the nearest available PC, check your timetable or contact your tutor direct.
 
Nexus For timetable, ticket and Metro information.
 
The Dictionary app can be used on and offline to quickly find accurate definitions of words.

 

Assistant Librarian

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Aimee Cook
Contact:
My office is Room 304 on Level 3 of the Robinson Library.
0191 208 7665

Help with assignments!

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The Informed Learner webpages offer interactive resources to help with all aspects of your study. For further help, submit a question via LibraryHelp  Don't lose marks, ask for help!

Dissertation Station

If you're working on a longer assignment or dissertation, there's some great help for you available via the Dissertation Station. The material on this page wil help you narrow and broaden your searches, and plan out your approach to finding information.

 

Liaison Assistant

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Jackie Dunn
Contact:
Telephone: 0191 2085246
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