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NUEX Travel Booking

Are you interested in attending one of our exclusive offer holder NU Experience Days at our campus? These days offer a fantastic opportunity to learn more about your course, alongside speaking to staff members about any questions or queries you have about studying here at Northumbria.

We know that travel arrangements and costs can make it difficult to get here, and that's why we will be putting on a free coach service to bring you and one guest right here on campus in Newcastle.

You don't have to worry about missing too many lessons as the buses will begin their pick ups around midday to get you to the event for it's start time at approximately 13:00. Once the event is finished you will also be given free return travel to the same drop off point.

This is a great chance for you to look around our state-of-the-art facilities and find out about your course in further detail by speaking to our academics and current students.

We will be picking up from central locations in the following areas:






*NUX Events are Northumbria offer holder events only, therefore registration of this form is only valid on this basis. If you meet this criteria and register your details in the form below, you automatically register for both the NUX Event and a space on one of the buses part of the scheme.


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