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Listening to our Students

By Newcastle University

We know the importance of listening to our students.  

In February we invited international students to attend our ‘listening sessions’, where they could share their experiences of studying during this academic year, to find out about all the support available, to meet members of support staff, and to ask any questions they had. 

Not only did these listening sessions prove useful to the students who attended them, but also to many members of staff. Listening to students’ experiences can greatly help us in improving student life. We’ve already made changes based on the feedback received in the February listening sessions 

So, we’ve decided to host three more listening sessions, open to all students.  




Our wellbeing services are still available virtually! Find out from Sally Ingram, Director of Student Health & Wellbeing about what support you can access and meet some of the staff who are on hand to help you.  

Wednesday May 5th2021, 3-4pm (UK time) 




Find out more about how Brexit could affect your studies from Richard Davies, Pro-Vice- Chancellor, Global and a panel of experts. This is your opportunity to ask any questions you may have! 

Wednesday May 19th, 1-2pm (UK time) 




Communication this year has been more vital than ever, find out about the ways we’re communicating key information to you from Lucy Backhurst, Academic Registrar, and offer us suggestions of other ways to share information 

Tuesday June 8th, 10-11am (UK time) 


You can submit your questions beforehand here(We will be able to answer questions made on the day too). We look forward to hearing your queries! 
These sessions will all be recorded and shared with students if you wish to submit a question but can’t attend, so you can hear them later 

Sign up here

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