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Connect with Northumbria University Alumni Association

Northumbria University Alumni Association is here to keep you up to date on all the latest alumni and University news and to ensure that you retain the lifelong connections you made whilst studying with us.

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The Advancement Office is here to assist you in preserving the connections and memories made at the University with course mates and friends during your time of study.

In the spirit of ensuring a lifelong connection with the University and Alumni Association we encourage all of our alumni to register with the Northumbria University Alumni Association to ensure that their contact details are kept up to date as well as to inform us of any news or achievements such as new jobs, births, marriages, etc.

To make use of either of this service please use the relevant online form below or contact us via email at To view how Northumbria University Alumni Association will use and store your data please view our privacy policy:

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