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Incoming Students

The Northumbria University Exchange & Study Abroad Programme gives you an unmissable opportunity to spend an unforgettable semester or two in England. 

Northumbria University is based in Newcastle upon Tyne, a popular University city bustling with life and cultural activity, located in one of England's most beautiful and historic regions. 

Our city campus offers you a welcoming environment, a taste of British University life and a varied academic programme that meets your interests and academic needs.

The Programme is open to students who wish to follow a credit-based programme over one or two semesters. 

On the following pages you will find further information about the programme and how to apply.

 

 

 

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Why come to Northumbria?

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Academic and English Language Requirements

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Constructing Your Programme

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How to Apply

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Useful Information


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