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India - we stand with you

30th April 2021

As the impact of Covid-19 continues to be felt across the globe, at Northumbria we want to extend our sympathies and support to everyone affected, especially our friends in India who are experiencing a devastating second wave of the pandemic.

To everyone in India and those affected here at home, including our community of students, alumni, colleagues, partners and friends - we stand with you.

For further guidance and support for our current Indian students, please visit: https://myportal.northumbria.ac.uk/News/Covid-India-260421 

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