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Northumbria and your country

 For 2020/21 International Funding and Scholarship information please click here.

Northumbria University has approximately 33,500 students, 23% of whom are international. A thriving multi-national community of staff and students from over 136 countries ensures you will receive a warm welcome whichever programme you study.

Please select the relevant country from the list below. If your country is not mentioned, If your country is not mentioned, please register here to request a call back. If the qualification you have studied does not appear on your country’s page check the Non Country Specific Qualifications page; if you still cannot find your qualification please contact our Applicant Services Team.

To find out more events for international students, please view our International Events page. 

Northumbria offers a range of themed online webinars for our prospective international students from 'Employability and Careers Advice' to 'How to Succeed at University as an International Student' and much more. Please find out more and register here.


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