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Northumbria University International Representative Conference, 05 - 07 April 2017

We are delighted to confirm that we will be holding our next Agents Conference in April 2017. You and your colleagues are cordially invited to attend what promises to be a great event.

We are delighted to confirm that we will be holding our next Agents Conference in April 2017. You and your colleagues are cordially invited to attend what promises to be a great event. Nigeria Image

There will be an opportunity to chat with staff from all of our faculties, from International Development and from other services within the University.

The programme will begin with a welcome event so if you plan to attend you will need to arrive in Newcastle by April 4th 2017.  The University will arrange hotel accommodation for you for the duration of the conference so you will not need to pay for your room or breakfast, however this is limited to one person per Agency.  Flights and other costs will need to be covered by delegates themselves.

Please fill in the booking form within this site so we can begin to confirm attendees. We will be constantly updating this information so please do visit this page regularly. 

 

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About Northumbria University

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International Representatives Conference Itinerary

To view the itinerary for the conference click here, please note the itinerary is subject to change.  Check back regularly for the most up to date information.

Accommodation

Accommodation for the Agent's Conference will be provided free of charge by Northumbria University.  You will be staying at the Jurys Inn Hotel on a bed and breakfast basis. This hotel is situated south of the River Tyne, and offers a fantastic city centre location with great views overlooking the water. With easy access to restaurants and bars via the iconic Millennium Bridge just a three minute walk from this hotel, Jurys Inn NewcastleGateshead Quays is ideally placed for you to explore all that the city has to offer.

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