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Our Regional Offices

A truly global community, our academic and support staff come from a variety of nationalities and regularly travel overseas to meet potential students at fairs, exhibitions or in partner and agents offices.

You can contact our office in the UK via the following contact details:

  • Address: Northumbria University | 1st Floor, Pandon Building | Newcastle Upon Tyne | NE1 8ST
  • Tel: (+44) 191 227 3094

Applicant Services

We have a strong and well respected international presence with four regional offices based in P.R. China, Malaysia, Thailand and India.

China Regional Office


Northumbria University
Room 1610, Block B
Winterless Centre
Jia 1, Xi Da Wang Road
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100026
Tel: (+86) 10 6538 8135 / 36 / 37 / 39

Malaysia Regional Office

Address:Nina Jalaluddin With Title

Northumbria University
A-8-3, 8th Floor, Block A
Northpoint Building @ Midvalley City
1 Jalan Syed Putra Utara
59200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: (+60) 3 2287 8080

Thailand Regional Office

Address:Zarak Rafiq With Title

Northumbria University
283/46 Unit 1001-1
10th Floor, Home Place Building
Sukhumvit 55 (Thonglor 13)
Bangkok 10110, THAILAND 10110
Tel: (+66) 2044 6430

India Regional Office

For guidance and information about studying at Northumbria University, please contact:

Ashwini Thakur - Regional Director - South Asia

Northumbria University India Liaison Office
1606 Spaces
Level 16 Building 9A
Cyber City DLF Phase-2
Gurugram Haryana 122002
Contact Numbers:
Tel: (+91) 124 402 0550


Additionally, we have an Admissions Support Office located in Nigeria.

Nigeria Admissions Support Office

For guidance and information about studying at Northumbria University, please contact: 

Doyin Adetula - Nigeria Country Officer

Northumbria University Nigeria Office
2A Louis Solomon Close
(Street beside Silverbird Galleria)
Off Ahmadu Bello Way
Victoria Island

Tel and WhatsApp: (+234) 8188 157 535


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