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Email and Messaging

Did you know you can access your University email and calendar (including your timetable) from your Smartphone/Tablet/mobile device? 

You can set it up alongside any other email accounts you are accessing, entering: 

  • Your Northumbria Username followed by e.g.  
  • Your Northumbria Password - This is the same password you use to logon to other Northumbria IT facilities such as Blackboard. 


Find out more via the below articles in your Student Portal


Want a free copy of Microsoft Office for personal use? 

Whilst you're a Student at Northumbria, you're allowed Microsoft Office for free on up to 5 devices!  Click here to find out more.

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