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At Newcastle University Business School our Master’s courses offer you a strong focus on employability, teaching informed by our latest research and academic quality assured by our professional accreditations and recognition. 

We offer both conversion and specialist Master’s degrees, most of which are one-year courses. Each course offers you a stimulating curriculum and a strong focus on practical application of theory. 

Employers and practitioners play an active role in our degrees with guest speaker sessions, insight visits, case studies, and project-based dissertations. We’ll help you to understand business, prepare you for its constantly evolving landscape, and equip you to drive those changes. 

We offer degrees in six subject areas: 

Accounting, Economics and Finance

Dual Awards

E-Business

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Management 

Marketing

Admissions

We welcome applications from students from a wide variety of backgrounds who can demonstrate motivation, ability and potential to study with us at postgraduate level. Apply online to our courses and track your application progress in real-time.


Entry requirements

Academic requirements

For entry onto our Masters’ courses you should hold a 2:1 honours degree or international equivalent. We have experience in evaluating qualifications from many different countries and welcome applications from students with equivalent European and international qualifications.

Some of our Masters’ courses have specific subject requirements; please see individual course web pages for further information

English language requirements

You will need a good level of written and spoken English to study at Newcastle and should be able to demonstrate your proficiency.

If your first language is not English you can demonstrate your English language ability with one of the tests below or another alternative we accept.

IELTS 6.5 overall with at least 6.0 in all sub-skills

TOEFL 90 overall with reading 22; listening 21; speaking 24; writing 24


Scholarships

We reward highly motivated and exceptional students with scholarships.

Business Excellence Scholarships 

Enterprise and Innovation Scholarship

English Language Scholarships

Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarships 

Sport Scholarships

More information on funding opportunities can be found on the Postgraduate Funding Database.



About

Your choice of courses

At Newcastle University Business School our Master’s courses offer you a strong focus on employability, teaching informed by our latest research and academic quality assured by our professional accreditations and recognition. 

We offer both conversion and specialist Master’s degrees, most of which are one-year courses. Each course offers you a stimulating curriculum and a strong focus on practical application of theory. 

Employers and practitioners play an active role in our degrees with guest speaker sessions, insight visits, case studies, and project-based dissertations. We’ll help you to understand business, prepare you for its constantly evolving landscape, and equip you to drive those changes. 

We offer degrees in six subject areas: 

Accounting, Economics and Finance

Dual Awards

E-Business

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Management 

Marketing

Admissions

We welcome applications from students from a wide variety of backgrounds who can demonstrate motivation, ability and potential to study with us at postgraduate level. Apply online to our courses and track your application progress in real-time.


Entry requirements

Academic requirements

For entry onto our Masters’ courses you should hold a 2:1 honours degree or international equivalent. We have experience in evaluating qualifications from many different countries and welcome applications from students with equivalent European and international qualifications.

Some of our Masters’ courses have specific subject requirements; please see individual course web pages for further information

English language requirements

You will need a good level of written and spoken English to study at Newcastle and should be able to demonstrate your proficiency.

If your first language is not English you can demonstrate your English language ability with one of the tests below or another alternative we accept.

IELTS 6.5 overall with at least 6.0 in all sub-skills

TOEFL 90 overall with reading 22; listening 21; speaking 24; writing 24


Scholarships

We reward highly motivated and exceptional students with scholarships.

Business Excellence Scholarships 

Enterprise and Innovation Scholarship

English Language Scholarships

Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarships 

Sport Scholarships

More information on funding opportunities can be found on the Postgraduate Funding Database.



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