Newman University the United Kingdom

About Newman University

History

Newman University gained its full university status in 2013 and dates back to 1968 when it was formerly named Newman College of Higher Education. It is based in Bartley Green in Birmingham and is named after Cardinal Newman, the religious figure. Although the University is a Catholic institution, it does welcome students and staff from any religious backgrounds.

Subject Areas

The university offers a wide range of courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. They also offer a select number of foundation degrees. Courses are offered in the following subject areas:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Applied Humanities
  • Business Management
  • Computer Science
  • Counselling Studies
  • Criminology
  • Drama, Theatre and Applied Performance
  • Early Childhood Education and Care
  • English & Creative Writing
  • Health & Social Care
  • History
  • Law
  • Mathematics
  • PGCE Primary (3-7) (5-11)
  • PGCE Secondary
  • Psychology
  • Sport & Health
  • Studies in Primary Education
  • Teacher Training - Primary Education with QTS
  • Theology and Philosophy
  • Working with Children, Young People & Families
  • Youth & Community Work

Courses at Newman University

There are 110 courses listed from Newman University. These are displayed below in alphabetical order:

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