More about the INTO Newcastle University Centre

With state-of-the-art facilities, University-led teaching, excellent resources and a buzzing location, the INTO Newcastle University Study Centre will be at the heart of your learning experience.

As well as contemporary classrooms and fantastic IT facilities, the Centre provides a versatile laboratory, a Language Resource Centre and an extensive library. And you’ll be supported by our dedicated teachers and staff who’ll ensure you get the most from your time at Newcastle University.

Want to discover more? Take a virtual tour of the INTO Centre here.

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Learning facilities

When it comes to studying, the INTO Centre has everything you’ll need. Resources include:

  • mix of social spaces and quiet spots for private study
  • modern classrooms with digital whiteboards
  • versatile lecture theatres with wall-mounted screens

Want to study online? You’ll have access to Canvas, a virtual learning environment where you’ll be able to download lecture notes and course content, as well as taking part in discussions with your classmates and teachers.

Are there additional Science labs for INTO students?

INTO's science labs give you a taste of what it's like to use modern, university-style equipment. These well-equipped facilities include a 'Wet Lab' for students of Chemistry, Biology or Pharmacy and a 'Dry Lab' for students of Physics, Engineering or Computing.

If you're a Biomedicine, Biology and Pharmacy student you'll also benefit from field trips to the University's Marine Laboratory and Electron Microscope.

Is there a specialist studio for Architecture students?

INTO Newcastle's specialist Architecture Studio is a dedicated space equipped with everything a future architect needs. The studio includes large purpose-built desks with drawing boards and storage units for students' work and modelling materials.

The studio also provides the latest technology to support student's architectural and design work. Equipment includes computer clusters and purpose-built computer workstations with architectural software such as CAD and Photoshop.

Where can I buy meals, drinks and snacks at the Centre?

The INTO Newcastle Café is a bright and friendly space in the centre where you can enjoy hot and cold food, as well as a variety of drinks.

We cater for most diets, with a wide range of international cuisines on offer for you to try. Or, if you like, just stop by for a coffee and a quick study session!

University facilities

As an INTO student, you'll also have access to the University's range of fantastic facilities:

  • The Philip Robinson Library - The Philip Robinson Library - your main library on campus
  • Newcastle University Sports Centre - The Newcastle University Sports Centre, there's no better place to keep fit
  • Newcastle University Students' Union - Newcastle University's Student Union is the centre of student life
  • Newcastle University Architecture Studio - Historic Architecture Building with dedicated studio spaces
  • Science Labs - INTO's purpose-built science labs give you the chance to develop your practical skills
Centre details

Centre director: Kevin Conroy

Centre address: INTO Newcastle University The INTO Building Newcastle University Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 7RU

Telephone: +44 191 208 7535


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