Newcastle University

NEWCASTLE MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP

This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in any subject at either Masters or Doctoral level at Newcastle University and will be for up to two years (with a possibility of a third year for doctoral studies). If awarded a Newcastle Marshall Scholarship candidates would be expected to study at the University of Newcastle only.

This Scholarship is for Graduate Study in any subject at either Masters or Doctoral level at Newcastle University and will be for two years (with a possibility of a third year for doctoral studies). If awarded a Newcastle Marshall Scholarship candidate is expected to study at Newcastle University.

Newcastle University has grown from a School of Medicine and Surgery, established in 1834, to become one of Britain's leading international universities, with a reputation for excellence in both teaching and research. Our students enjoy an excellent success rate in finding employment after graduation and the University is a key supplier of new recruits to many international

  • Award Winning Research
    The influential Research Fortnight survey places Newcastle University in the top 20 institutions in the UK for research power. In the UK government’s most recent assessment of the quality of research at UK institutions, in over two thirds of subjects assessed, at least half of all research was placed in the top two categories of 4* (world leading) and 3* (internationally excellent).  We are highly successful in attracting research funding and hold one of the largest portfolios of European Union-funded research grants in the UK - currently 160 EU projects worth £42.8 million to the University.
  • Vibrant Global Community
    Newcastle has a long tradition for attracting students from around the globe, creating a diverse and stimulating environment in which to study resulting in a student body of 20000 drawn from the brightest minds across the UK and over110 countries.
  • Excellence in Teaching
    Teaching quality externally confirmed as 'Excellent'.

Newcastle University is situated in the North East on a single-site campus, at the heart of a vibrant and cosmopolitan city. Three hours from London by train, it is surrounded by beautiful countryside, and close to breathtaking coastline. The people of Newcastle have a reputation for being the friendliest in the country, and the city has a low cost of living, compared to rest of the UK.

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Winners of the Newcastle Marshall Scholarships

Natalie Kruse
US University: Ohio University

NatalieKruseNatalie Kruse grew up in Athens, Ohio. She began attending Ohio University part time at age eleven. During high school she earned second place in the Environmental Sciences category at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. In June 2004, at the age of 20, she will graduate with a degree in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Environmental Engineering and a minor in Geological Sciences. At Ohio University, Natalie has pursued research in the area of acid mine drainage remediation, specifically for abandoned coal mines. Natalie is currently a Morris K. Udall Scholar and a Barry M. Goldwater Scholar. In her free time, Natalie enjoys backpacking, rock climbing, whitewater canoeing, and competing on Ohio University's club Ultimate Frisbee team. She will pursue an MPhil in Water Resources Engineering at Newcastle University.

James Parris
US University: University of Delaware

JamesParrisJames Parris will graduate in May from the University of Delaware with a B.S. in Biochemistry and a minor in Biology. He has conducted research for the past three years under Dr. Ulhas Naik studying the developmental expression of the protein JAM-A. His work has resulted in a publication and he was awarded a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. He enjoys working as a teaching assistant for introductory biology courses and, in his spare time, practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. James will pursue an MPhil in Human Genetics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne where he will study embryonic stem cell biology.