Northumbria University Newcastle’s London campus is set in the heart of the UK’s buzzing financial district. With a student population of around 300,000, London remains the world’s leading student city.
Renowned for its conversion top-up degrees as well as its highly accredited Business School, Northumbria University is a perfect choice for students wishing to continue their higher education in the UK.
Discover more about what our students love about studying at Northumbria University London Campus.
Top-Up degrees are a brilliant option for students who have completed a BTS or DUT diploma in France and who wish to continue their higher education in the United Kingdom, graduating with a bachelor’s degree after just one further year of studies.
There are five Top-Up degrees on offer at Northumbria University; Accounting and Finance, Business, International Banking and Finance, Applied Computing and a conversion Top-Up in Business Enterprise, Creation and Management.
This course is accessible for any student providing they have already completed two years of higher education. Conversion top-up degrees allow students to switch between fields of study as previous experience in the field of business is not a requirement for this particular course.
The BA Business Enterprise, Creation and Management degree is perfect for students wanting to create their own business or work in a small to mid-sized enterprises post-graduation. Upon choosing the Business Enterprise, Creation and management degree, students can expect to study with likeminded individuals whilst developing their management leadership, marketing and business planning skills as well as personal competences as a leader and future entrepreneur.
Students can expect between 14-16 hours of teaching per week in in the form of lectures, seminars and practical classes taught by academic tutors who are professionals in their field. Students are also expected to complete around 32 hours of independent study per week.
English language entry requirements for this course are as follows; 6.5 average in the IELTS examination with no less than 5.5. in each element.
This course even offers students the possibility to take classes in the evenings between 17:45 and 20:00 or on Saturdays between 9:30-17:30 to allow for a balanced lifestyle between studies and personal life.
It is important to note that students are able to join this course at three points in the academic year; in January, May or in September.
Northumbria University’s London campus is located in the heart of the UK’s buzzing capital city. With the London Liverpool underground only a few minutes walking distance from campus, getting around couldn’t be any easier.
The campus boasts computer labs, silent study areas and social spaces. Students will benefit from the incredible location of Northumbria University’s London campus; you can find coffee shops, restaurants, supermarkets, bars and pubs all within a short walking distance. Situated in a ‘student hub’ with many other universities nearby, Northumbria University London is the perfect destination for inquisitive, social individuals interested in continuing their studies in the heart of the world’s financial capital.
London is an incredibly ‘young city’ with more than 350,000 students from all over the world ensuring a rich student lifestyle. More than 300 languages are spoken in London alone so studying in Britain’s capital city is as much of a global experience as an English one.
Applications and admissions to Northumbria University are made through UCAS. Study Experience is specialised in supporting and helping international students throughout the UCAS application process.
Complete applications must include; a CV, a translated Baccalaureate transcript, IELTS results and a personal statement. The Study Experience team assists students in the writing of their personal statement and directs them towards the most relevant IELTS preparation programme according to their level and needs. Regarding English language entry requirements, Northumbria Universities Business School, School of Arts and Social Sciences Media Programmes require a minimum score of 6.5 whilst Computing, Engineering and Information Sciences Programmes require a score of 6.0.
For more information or to apply, get in touch with a member of the Study Experience team.
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