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Planning your day

Want to know what it's like to be a Northumbria student? Attending one of our Open Days can help you experience the city and the university for yourself.

What can you expect on the day?

  • Please note that the Open Day Drop-in on 30th November is only at City Campus, NOT at Coach Lane, all subjects will be represented though.
  • Registration and Check-in is at Sport Central on City Campus, where you can sign in and receive your Open Day pack, including the schedule for the day.
  • Visit our Central Exhibition space to discover more about our range of full-time undergraduate degrees, student finance, the Northumbria community and so much more.
  • Here you can also meet and talk to academic staff and current students on the Department stands.
  • Take a tour of our campus and its facilities and get a feel for what life is like on campus.
  • Ask any questions about courses, student life and the region. Get the answers you need to help decide if Northumbria is right for you. 

Car Parking

City centre pay & display car parks close to City Campus include:

  • MEA House – NE1 8SX
  • College Street – NE1 8JG
  • Civic Centre – NE2 1DF
  • Manors – NE1 2LA

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Open Days are a great way for you to get a feel of the University, the city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the course(s) you are interested in.

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