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Northumbria University Strategy Dinner 2018

Northumbria University


Northumbria University: University Strategy 2018-23

We would be delighted if you would join us at a dinner in Newcastle to mark the launch of our new University Strategy. This strategy, for the years 2018-2023, is the second of three setting out how we will transform to achieve our Vision for 2025, which is to be a research-rich, business focused, professional university with a global reputation for academic excellence.

The dinner will be held on Wednesday 5 December in Domain, Northumbria Students’ Union at 6:30pm. We very much hope you can join us. 

Please confirm your attendance by Friday 16 November.

Location: Domain, 2nd Floor Northumbria Students' Union, 2 Sandyford Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8SB 

Dress Code: Black Tie

Please note, attendance is by invitation only.

If you have any queries, please contact or call 0191 227 4189.


Please complete the registration form below to confirm your attendance:

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Northumbria University
Domain, 1st Floor Northumbria Students' Union
2 Sandyford Road
Newcastle upon Tyne


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