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Undergraduate Amsterdam Events

In support of our Study Abroad programmes for the Amsterdam Campus, we're in the planning stages of events for September 2023. These events will be the perfect opportunity to find out more about our programmes, tuition fees, living in Amsterdam - and more - directly from Northumbria's academics and the Study Abroad Team.

Applications for September 2022 have now closed. If you are a current Undergraduate Northumbria student interested in an additional year of study, of which one semester will be spent at our Amsterdam Campus, please complete the form below and we'll notify you in September when events are scheduled to begin and when applications for September 2023 open.

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