Newman University, Birmingham
Newman University was established in 1968. Its namesake, the Blessed John Henry Newman, was among the most prominent intellectuals of the 19th century and was beloved by the people of Birmingham. His works and lectures on the concept of the tutorial system, and his ability to enlighten the hearts of people from all walks of life is what made the university name John Henry Newman as its patron.
Having been a fairly recent institution, Newman University's campus in Bartley Green is composed of modern, purpose-built buildings, residence halls, sports centre, and over £20 million worth of state-of-the-art improvements on a new façade, library, and many more. Newman University currently offers 57 undergraduate and 19 postgraduate courses in over 20 subject areas including business, accounting, social science, art and design, education, history, IT and mathematics, theology, among many others.
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 90
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00