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Postgraduate Open Evening

City Campus East


Looking for study that fits with your life? Want to achieve your true potential while working? Seeking a new direction and looking for support?

PG Open Day AllAt Northumbria University we offer flexible Masters courses, including part-time study and distance learning options - helping you progress your career and pursue your passion.

We have a selection of events running throughout the year. Programme and further information will soon be available, book now to attend and we will notify you when more information is online.


PG Open Evening - Wednesday 21st June 2017

Time: 4.00pm - 7.00pm
Location: City Campus East

  • Discover the postgraduate course option for you - full time, part time or distance learning
  • Meet tutors and current students, attend course talks and taster sessions
  • Find out more about student finance, loans and scholarships

Book now

If you or any of your guests have any special requirements on the day (for example mobility access) please contact us up to 5 days prior to the event on 0191 243 7743 or email

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City Campus East
Newcastle upon Tyne



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