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Does anyone know if Newcastle always offers the dual offer to people applying for courses that are automatically eligible for Partners or is it selective? https://www.ncl.ac.uk/partners/how-to-apply/eligibility/engineering-maths-physics/
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Does anyone know if Newcastle always offers the dual offer to people applying for courses that are automatically eligible for Partners or is it selective? https://www.ncl.ac.uk/partners/how-to-apply/eligibility/engineering-maths-physics/

Hi Anonymous,

The PARTNERS Programme offers eligible applicants a three grade lower offer, which is conditional on them passing the PARTNERS Academic Summer School and putting Newcastle University as their firm choice. To take part in PARTNERS, applicants must meet all of the Essential Conditions and one (or more) of the Eligibility Criteria.

For 2024 entry, applicants could be eligible for the PARTNERS programme if they have applied or are planning on applying to one or more of our Engineering, Maths, Physics or Natural and Environmental Sciences degrees programmes. You can find out which programmes here.

Applicants applying for these eligible degree programme will be given a dual offer. Should an applicant decide they want to participate in PARTNERS they would need to submit a PARTNERS Application Form. The deadline for submitting this form is the 31st January 2024.

Please note: If an applicant is applying for multiple courses at Newcastle University but only meets the criteria of applying for an automatically eligible degree course and does not meet any of the other PARTNERS widening participation criteria, any application to courses outside of the automatically eligible ones will be processed in the standard way.

I hope this information helps.

Hana 🙂
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