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Northern Bridge Consortium PhD Studentship Competition - Information Sessions

205 Sandyford Building


Northumbria is running two information sessions for prospective applicants for the Northern Bridge Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (NBCDTP) studentship competition with a view to commencing studies on 1st October 2019.

Each session will include an introduction to the Northern Bridge Consortium and provide guidance on navigating through the application process.

The events are aimed mainly at potential applicants to Northumbria University, though the guidance will be relevant to all universities in the Consortium.

For further information, please visit the Northern Bridge website.

There are a limited number of tickets for each session so please register as soon as possible!

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205 Sandyford Building
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne


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