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Welcome to Northumbria University Amsterdam Campus Induction Timetable page.

Engagement is expected at all programme induction sessions, details of which are found by clicking the link on your programme of study. Please note, these schedules might be subject to minor change and it is recommended you review your induction timetable regularly.

Teaching Timetables

You can access your Programme Induction timetable below. Please note, however, that your Teaching timetable will be released in due course. For now please do familiarise yourself with your induction timetable and engage with all sessions.

If you have any questions or experience any issues please submit an enquiry via the Help & Support section of your Student Portal.

     

MSc Business with International Management

MSc Global Sustainable Business Management (in partnership with the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences)

MSc Business with Financial Management (Amsterdam)

MA Luxury Brand Management (Amsterdam)

MA International Relations, Conflict and Security (Amsterdam)

 

 

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