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Northumbria University Alumni Association - Graduate Profiles

Want to inspire the next generation of Northumbria students?

To help future students make the right choice and apply to Northumbria University, we’re asking alumni like you to share your memories of Northumbria and explain how this has helped you in your career today. By featuring alumni on our website and in our communications we hope to inspire the next generation of Northumbria students.

We’d therefore be very grateful if you could please complete this form, and upload a portrait head and shoulders profile image of yourself in a .jpeg file format. It should only take you ten minutes to complete but could make a real difference to someone’s future.

All participants acknowledge that by completing and submitting this signed form (a) you give your consent to Northumbria University to publish any responses, photographs or video that we have taken, or that you have provided to us (in whole or in part) to make up a profile or testimonial for the University’s promotional materials (b) you understand that such materials may be published in print or electronically via the internet via the University Website (c) you have not provided information within the profile that you would not like to appear publicly (d) that your image and profile will be retained for a minimum of three years or in the case of those published, for three following publication or until material naturally reaches the end of its shelf-life if in print (e) you understand that Northumbria University reserves the right to choose which profiles appear in its publicity material from the selection received.

Images should be taken against a plain white, black or grey colour background, 150dpi minimum and .jpeg format.  If you would prefer to not have an image of yourself please supply an image of your work or of something that represents your current role that you have permission to use. 

You may withdraw your permission for us to use your profile or image at any time by emailing and we will action this within 21 days. 

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