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Alumni Profiles

Northumbria graduates are making a very distinctive mark on the world. And we're not just talking any job - some of the best known brands around the world are powered by Northumbria University graduates. Working for a range of organisations, across a range of different sectors in a wide variety of roles, our graduates are really making an impact, transforming their lives and others.

Here are a selection of some of our Alumni who have been taught within this subject area.


Our People

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Helen Bound

United Kingdom

HND Business Studies with Advertising Design

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Mark Henderson

Switzerland

European Studies & Modern Languages with French

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Jonny Forsey

United Kingdom

Entrepreneurial Business Management

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Julie Lowes

United Kingdom

BSc (Hons) Psychology with Criminology

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Hannah Burton

United Kingdom

MLaw Exempting Bar Professional Training Course

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Siraj Ahmed

United Arab Emirates (Distance Learning)

Quantity Surveying

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Saad AlHermi

Bahrain

BSc (Hons) Computer & Network Technology

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Stefanie Allum

United Kingdom

BA History of Modern Art, Design & Film

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Ekpemi Anni

United Kingdom

MSc Multidisciplinary Design Innovation

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Linda Aouine

United Arab Emirates

BA (Hons) International Business Management

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Nina Ash

United Kingdom

PGCE Early Years (Blended)

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Lewis Aston

United Kingdom

BSc (Hons) Computer Science

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Graham Atkinson

United Kingdom

MA Human Resource Management and Development

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Jean Baebler

Switzerland (Distance Learning)

(MA) Design Professional Practice

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Ahmed Bahgat

United Arab Emirates

MSc Quantity Surveying Construction

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Gerlinde Behr

Germany

MSc International Human Resource Management

History Blog
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History and American Studies Blog

A blog on all manner of research, publications, lectures, conferences, symposia, and more from Northumbria University's History and American Studies programmes.

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Undergraduate Open Day Events

Looking to study in 2019? Our Undergraduate Open Day Events on 29 September, 27 October and 24 November are the perfect opportunity for you to find out as much as you can about our courses and facilities.

Humanities Research
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Department of Humanities Research

Research in Humanities is divided across two distinct areas: English (Literature, Language and Linguistics and Creative Writing) and History. Alongside these research areas we also have our American Studies research grouping, which draws on researchers from both English Literature and History.

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