Teaching Center

Study with a local teaching centre

Study full-time or part-time with the support of a local institution in your country. You can also study many of our courses independently, from anywhere in the world.

About local teaching centres

While most of our programmes have been designed for independent study, over half of our students choose to receive additional tuition and support from one of our Recognised Teaching Centres.

We work with a network of over 90 institutions all over the world. Each of these has met a set of quality requirements to ensure that they have the capabilities and expertise to support our programmes. Institutions that enter into an agreement with the University are referred to as University of London Recognised Teaching Centres.

What support do you receive?

Some of our Recognised Teaching Centres offer lectures and seminars. This allows you to discuss academic issues in small groups with a tutor.

Classes may be provided full-time or part-time. Check that the level of support fits with your schedule. You will receive extra study materials, such as audio and video lectures, 

Enrol at a local centre

Enrolling at a teaching centre is separate from registering as a student with the University of Newcastle.

To benefit from local teaching support, you must enrol and pay any tuition fees charged by that centre.

You should await our confirmation that you are eligible to study your chosen programme before you do so.

Programmes you will study at a Recognised

Teaching Centre

  • Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law
  • Diploma of Higher Education in International Law
  • Associate Diploma in Law
  • International Foundation Programme.
  • You can choose modules informed by the research interests of our expert academic staff, such as:
    • criminology and criminal justice
    • employment law
    • competition law
    • environmental law
    • medicine and the law
    • law, risk and regulation
    • human rights law
    • law and emerging technologies
    • family law
    • law, gender and sexuality

For these programmes, you must register and study at a centre that has been approved to teach that programme.

Our quality process

Once we approve teaching centres to support our students, they become a University of London Recognised Teaching Centre in accordance with our new framework.


Highlights of this degree