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I AM NORTHUMBRIA

We’re really looking forward to welcoming you to Northumbria.

Our I Am Northumbria Hub has been designed with you in mind and is the gateway to your Northumbria experience. It includes lots of useful content and information for you to explore, all in one place.

Make sure you check back regularly for updates on everything you need to know before you arrive, including life on campus, preparing for university and getting to know your subject, how to access support and much more. Remember to check your inbox too for the most up to date information from us.

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