Newman University Research

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Newman University Research

Newman University Research

Research at Newman

At Newman University research is regarded as an integral part of our scholarly activities. Newman is developing a strong research culture and offers opportunities for research to its members of staff and to students at postgraduate level.

Scholarly work is being undertaken across a wide range of academic and professional disciplines and is attracting external funding from many national and local government sources, as well as from local businesses. Research links with other colleges and universities, at home and abroad, have been established in a number of areas.

Please click on the links to find details of many of the other research activities at Newman University.


Newman University has a research culture which focuses on promoting innovative and inter-disciplinary research which makes a difference to the world and contributes to the common good. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework Newman entered a significant proportion of its academic staff, with much of the work submitted rated as Internationally Excellent, and three areas classified as World-Leading.

Research is an important part of scholarly activity at Newman, indeed one of the great benefits to undergraduate students at Newman is that they are taught by research active staff passionate about sharing the new knowledge they generated to students. The ethos of a scholarly community espoused by Blessed John Henry Newman is alive within Newman University, therefore the development of early career researchers, as well as supporting established readers and professors, is an important aspect of Newman’s research strategy.




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