Newman University

Newman University is a public university based in the suburb of Bartley Green in Birmingham, England. The university was founded in 1968 as Newman College of Higher Education. From 2008 to 2013 it was known as Newman University College, until gaining full university status in 2013. The University is 'student centred' and offers degrees in various subject areas from teacher training, sports science to humanities and the liberal arts.

Mission

To serve our communities by making high quality education accessible to all who are able to benefit from ir and to deliver research and scholarship that has a positive impact on society.

Good Graduate Employment

Ensuring the degrees offered are relevant to the modern world is a key feature at Newman. All full-time degrees have a work placement module and an important part of the curriculum is developing transferable skills useful for further study or employment after graduation. Many of the courses at Newman are developed in consultation with employers to ensure the course content is relevant and provides transferable skills valued by graduate employers.

The Newman University is a Public university located in Birmingham.
The Newman University was founded in 1968.
The current president of Newman University is Professor Jackie Dunne.
According to verified online sources, the Newman University enrolls a total of 2800 students.
According to the main website, the Newman University has a total student population of 2175 undergraduate students and 625 graduate students.

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