Become exceptional

If you're a high-achieving student interested in science, mathematics or economics, the Newton Programme offers more than the standard A-level curriculum.

The Newton A-level Programme syllabus has been designed to address all aspects of university preparation and to support you in becoming exceptional.

Unique enhancement activities will help you make the most of the university location, with the opportunity to attend practical workshops and guest lectures with leading university academics.

This early higher education exposure offers invaluable preparation for future success with your university of choice - since 2011, 98% of Newton exam grades were A* to C.

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The only A-levels taught on a university campus

You'll study on the University of East Anglia campus, a leading science research institution where world-changing discoveries are made.

You'll take Cambridge International Examination (CIE) GCE A-levels, which are welcomed by the world's leading universities as the highest quality preparation for entry to their courses. 

Along with Oxford and Cambridge, all UK and Irish medical schools recognise these advanced qualifications, and many high-ranking US universities award credit units for high exam scores.

Need extra English support? IELTS classes are given to all international students until you reach level 7.5.

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A-level academic pathways

Newton A-level pathway for Science and Medicine

The best preparation for your science or medical degree at a top UK university. Study your A-levels at the University of East Anglia, a leading university in research and the sciences.

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Key course facts
Course length: 5 or 6 terms (18 or 21 months)
Start dates: September, January
Fees: From £7,900 per term
Entry requirements
Age: 16 years and above
Academic: 6 GCSE passes at grade B or above, or equivalent
English language: IELTS 5.0 - 6.0, or GCSE English language grade A or B, or equivalent
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Newton A-level pathway for Engineering and Mathematics

Study science where science happens, and benefit from the knowledge of leading academics and the best facilities at the University of East Anglia while you prepare for your bachelor's degree at a leading university.

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Key course facts
Course length: 5 or 6 terms (18 or 21 months)
Start dates: September, January
Fees: From £7,900 per term
Entry requirements
Age: 16 years and above
Academic: 6 GCSE passes at grade B or above, or equivalent
English language: IELTS 5.0 - 5.5, or GCSE English language grade A or B, or equivalent
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Newton A-level pathway for Economics, Business and Actuarial Science

Learn the skills that you need from leading academics to prepare for your degree in economics, science and accounting related fields.

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Key course facts
Course length: 5 or 6 terms (18 or 21 months)
Start dates: September, January
Fees: From £7,900 per term
Entry requirements
Age: 16 years and above
Academic: 6 GCSE passes at grade B or above, or equivalent
English language: IELTS 5.0 - 5.5, or GCSE English language grade A or B, or equivalent
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A-level academic pathways

You'll choose 4 A-level subjects in your first year of study.

Most students will continue with all four A-level subjects for their final three terms. If both you and your tutor feel it necessary, you may be allowed to continue with just three subjects for the final three terms of the programme.

You can use the table below to select the academic pathway that corresponds to the undergraduate degree you plan to study at university.

Pathway Compulsory A-levels Optional A-level(s)
Science and Medicine
  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Further Mathematics
Engineering and Mathematics
  • Mathematics
  • Further Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Accounting
Economics, Business and Actuarial Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Economics
  • Further Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Accounting
  • Psychology

INTO Newton A-level student Kerry Chou

Queen’s Award presentation

Kerry Chou - INTO Newton A-level student

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INTO UEA has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in recognition of the work we do with colleagues and students from all around the world.

We were proud to host a visit from the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk - who came to formally present the Queen’s Award and learn more about what we do - as Kerry explains:

"On Monday 17 October we welcomed the highly esteemed Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, Richard Jewson, to the Centre. He presented INTO UEA with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade, an honour which was announced in April.

"Before the awarding ceremony, the Newton students had the great honour of demonstrating some of the physics, chemistry, and biology practical work we learn in class. As a student of chemistry I introduced the nylon rope experiment to him.

"For us, as international students, we would never have thought that we would be given the pleasure of speaking to a representative of the Queen, but such opportunities are only possible through the commitment and hard work of the staff here at INTO.

"All in all, it was very special and proud day for all of us students on the INTO Newton A-level Programme."

Watch a video of the Lord Lieutenant’s visit.

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