About the institution
Newman University is a small university located in south-west Birmingham, approximately eight miles from the city centre. It gained university status at the end of 2012. It is a Catholic university open to people of all religions and is named after Blessed John Henry Newman, a cardinal of the Catholic Church. Its teaching style focuses on vocational learning whereby all courses include compulsory work placement modules, including the option to study and work abroad in Europe.
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