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NORTHUMBRIA EXPERIENCE DAYS

On-campus events open to our undergraduate full-time offer holders

Congratulations on your offer to study at Northumbria University! 

We are excited to welcome you to our exclusive event for offer-holders. This event is designed to offer you an insight into studying at Northumbria University.      

See below for upcoming Northumbria University Experience Days: 

  • Saturday 17th February 2024 – for subjects held at City Campus
  • Wednesday 6th March 2024 – for subjects held at City Campus 
  • Saturday 16th March 2024 – for subjects held at both City Campus and Coach Lane Campus
  • Saturday 20th April 2024 – for subjects held at both City Campus and Coach Lane Campus

To book onto the event, please refer back to your invitation email and select the event you would like to book from the attached link.

Upon arrival at the event, you will receive your own personal event programme which outlines the location and timings of the different sessions available. You will have the opportunity to explore: 

  • Central Exhibition - Find out more about our fantastic facilities, accommodation and support services. 
  • Subject Sessions - Get a flavour of what you could be studying next year as well as the learning facilities. 
  • Campus Tours – As well as tours of the Library, Sport Central and the Students’ Union. 
  • Accommodation - A number of our accommodation buildings will be open for you to view. 
  • General Sessions - Find out more about why you should choose to study at Northumbria, managing your finances, talented athlete support and preparing for Results Day. 
  • Meet current students and academics.  

And most importantly you will be given the chance to ask any questions or receive any advice you need to help you make your decision.

Yes, our Northumbria University Experience days exclusive for offer holders are a more in depth experience compared to an open day. Now that you have narrowed down your search for where you would like to study its time to get some hands on knowledge of what it is like to be a student at Northumbria. We do this through hosting engaging course sessions that give you insight into the modules, facilities and teaching staff. In addition to this you will be in good company with like minded students interested in the same course as you.

Our On-Campus Northumbria University Experience days, provide a great opportunity for you to take a better look around the campus and get used to where you will be spending the majority of your time here at Northumbria.

You will get the chance to have conversations with current students and your teaching staff. There will be personalised subject specific talks designed for offer holders, allowing you to collaborate with other students who are applying for the same course. This allows you to meet new people ahead of starting your degree, ensuring you get the most out of your time at Northumbria and setting you up for the best possible route to your future career.

Find out more about the day from the programme, and book your place today via your personalised email invitation!

City Centre Parking at Pay & Display car parks include:

John Dobson Street - NE1 8HL

MEA House - NE1 8SX

College Street - NE1 8JG

Civic Centre - NE2 1DF

Manors - NE1 2LA

 

 

Coach Lane Campus – on Saturday we have access to the car parks at Coach Lane Campus free of charge. The nearest post code is NE7 7TR (this will guide you to a nearby housing estate, so as you get close please follow the signs to the University) / what3words: fine.truly.healers

Alternative Coach Lane Parking is at Four Lane Ends Metro, postcode NE7 7TG, where there is a large car park that is approx. 10-minutes’ walk to the Campus.

 

UCAS applicants

If you have applied by UCAS you will only be able to accept or decline your offer once you have received all your decisions from all your choices.  Once you have all your decisions back, you will see a date in your UCAS Hub that you need to respond to your offers by. If you do not reply by the date specified your offer will be declined automatically for you by UCAS.  It is important that you do not allow this to happen, as it may not be possible to reinstate any offers later if the course becomes full.

DfE Apply applicants

You will need to respond to your offer on your Dfe Apply portal.

Direct Applicants

If you have applied directly to the university (either online on our website, via a representative or regional office or via your Student Portal if you are a current student) you will need to accept your offer on our applicant portal. 

To do this, you should use the ‘Respond to Offer’ button on your applicant portal, choose the course you wish to respond to and then accept or decline your offer.

If you have applied for more than one course at Northumbria, you should accept the course you wish to study and decline any other applications. You can only hold one firm offer with Northumbria.

If you have previously accepted your Conditional Offer and are now unconditional you will still need to accept your Unconditional Offer if you have applied directly.

 

 

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