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Planning your day

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

What can you expect on the day?

  • Registration and Check-in is at Sport Central at City Campus.
  • Head to your check-in destination 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.
  • Speak to our academic staff and current students that teach and study on your degree.
  • Take a tour of our campus and its facilities. Get a feel of what life is like on campus and where your course of interest will be taught.
  • 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

As this open day event is being held midweek unfortunately the on-campus carparks are unavailable. Please see a list of nearest carparks below:

  • John Dobson Street – NE1 8HL – validate your ticket at our Security stand in the Central Exhibition in Sport Central for a discounted rate.
  • MEA House – NE1 8SX
  • College Street – NE1 8JG
  • Civic Centre – NE2 1DF
  • Manors – NE1 2LA

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Northumbria Open Days

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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Virtual Tour

Get an insight into life at Northumbria at the click of a button! Come and explore our videos and 360 panoramas to immerse yourself in our campuses and get a feel for what it is like studying here using our interactive virtual tour.

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