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Entry Requirements

For details on our English Language Requirements and Pre-Sessional Courses visit out English Language Centre pages.

Although some courses have specific requirements for entry,Northumbria will consider any qualification for entry to its courses.

For entry to: You will need: Grade Required:
International Foundation Programme Certificate of Secondary Education Average of 4
1st Year Undergraduate  Certificate of Secondary Education and an acceptable grade from a recognised Foundation programme. Average of 4 in Certificate of Secondary Education and all Bs in Foundation Programme
First year of Bachelor degree/Bakalvr minimum GPA 3/Satisfactory
Postgraduate Programmes  5 year University Diploma or New-style 4 year Bachelor Degree  Average of 3.8 for courses requiring a UK 2:2 equivalent

Average of 4.2 for courses requiring a UK 2:1 equivalent
Graduate Certificate Bachelor Degree  3 / Satisfactory or above

Please note these are general entry guidelines. Actual requirements may vary depending on your chosen course of study and certain courses may have specific or additional entry requirements, full details can be found on our course directory.  Decisions for entry will also be based on personal statements, previous study information and not just your final course grading.

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Russia Country Representatives

For further enquiries, help submitting your application and interviews in your area please contact your local Northumbria University representative whose details are listed below.

Iclass Education Group

Office 28 | Lenina Street 19 | St Petersburg | 197136

 

Meet John Hartwright, Northumbria's country manager for Russia

After graduating from Lancaster University, John worked in retail management for a John Hartwright - Turkey , Russianumber of years before studying for a postgraduate qualification and subsequently taking up an academic post in Newcastle Business School in January 1989.  His career with Northumbria University led to him becoming involved in student recruitment and international development and in 2009 assumed a key full-time role in leading international development for the business school.  Following the restructuring of the university in 2013 John has worked from within the university International Development Office with a focus on the Faculty of Business and Law.  He has travelled widely, especially in Asia, with India and Viet Nam being particularly regular destinations.  In his current role he gets to play a leading role in the development of the academic programmes in his faculty as well as to facilitate new international partnerships and provide information to students about study in the UK.

Outside of work his interests include photography, fine whisky, and Jaguar cars, although not all at the same time.

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