Where do Newcastle University students live?

There are three main areas in Newcastle where students will typically stay, which are: Sandyford, Jesmond and Heaton.

How far is Newcastle University from the train station?

The University can easily be reached from Newcastle Central Station using the Metro. Haymarket Metro station is opposite the campus and only two stops from Central Station. The campus is approximately 18-minutes’ walk from the train station, please see directions below. A Taxi rank is also outside the station.

How much does it cost to live on campus at Newcastle Uni?


Independent living off campus University Of Newcastle On-campus student living
Shared or single occupancy Shared or single occupancy self-catered
Living costs (annually) A$17,160- A$29,120 A$17,368- A$27,508 (self-catered) A$17,524- A$28,080 (incl. meal packages

How far is Newcastle University from the city Centre?

Newcastle Central Station is on the East Coast Mainline and just a 15 minute walk to campus. Reach us from London in under 3 hours, and regular direct rail services run from many UK cities. With a Student Railcard you save 1/3 on train travel instantly, too.

What are the best places to live in Newcastle?

The best areas to live in Newcastle

  1. 1 – Fenham. This large residential area is a wonderful place to live in Newcastle upon Tyne.
  2. 2 – Jesmond. Jesmond is thought to be one of the most affluent areas within Newcastle and its surrounding areas.
  3. 3 – Heaton.
  4. 4 – North & South Shields.
  5. 5 – Chopwell.
  6. 6 – Gosforth.
  7. 7 – Quayside.

Does Newcastle University have dorms?

Accommodation offer We offer new undergraduate and postgraduate taught students a place in accommodation if you are enrolled for the full academic year. We recommend that you apply for your accommodation by 31 July 2020.

Is Newcastle a campus or city university?

Newcastle campus Our 50-acre campus in Newcastle city centre is the hub for our teaching, research and collaboration. It includes facilities for research innovation, teaching and learning, and engagement.

Is Newcastle Australia cheap?

Summary about cost of living in Newcastle, Australia: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 3,273$ (4,720A$) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 888$ (1,280A$) without rent. Newcastle is 29.53% less expensive than New York (without rent).

Is Newcastle a city or campus uni?

What is the posh part of Newcastle?

Jesmond is thought to be one of the most affluent areas within Newcastle and its surrounding areas. It’s a grand, reputable suburb with a high population and lively local atmosphere. We mention this first as Jesmond is renowned for its dining, late-night bars and cafes.