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About the Amsterdam Campus

Northumbria is a research-intensive modern university with a global reputation for academic excellence. Northumbria’s central campus is located in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, and has two further campuses in vibrant capital cities of London and Amsterdam.

Logo for the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.Northumbria is transforming to take on tomorrow and works in partnership with other higher education institutions across the world attracting students from 136 countries. Over the last decade, Northumbria has invested more than £250m in its campuses to provide students with a world-class experience during their time with the University.

Northumbria University and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) created a strategic partnership by signing a Memorandum of Understanding between the two institutions. The partnership between AUAS and Northumbria is a proactive, innovative and strategic response to the challenges and opportunities the University faces, especially in light of Brexit, in its ambition to establish a global reputation for academic excellence set in one of Europe’s fastest growing markets. Located within AUAS, the campus opened its doors in September 2018 offering UK accredited postgraduate qualifications and the chance for undergraduates from both institutions to explore overseas study on real business projects.

Northumbria University Amsterdam Campus now offers a variety of Postgraduate programmes, international undergraduate student mobility opportunities, joint-research activity, knowledge exchange projects and doctorate opportunities.

If you are a prospective student then please click the images below to discover more about the Amsterdam Campus. If you are a business or organisation interested in working with us on a business consultancy project, please visit our Business Consultancy page.


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