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Submitting Placement Offers

Thank you for considering working with Northumbria University in the coming academic year. This year, you're able to submit your placement offers in one of four ways:

  • By completing our online form which you can access by clicking on THIS LINK
  • By e-mailing your offers to the Placements Team (hl.placements.education@northumbria.ac.uk)
  • By completing the paper form you will have received with your handbook and posting it to the address provided
  • By telephoning the Placements Team and speaking with Kevin Sugden or Jonathan Smith (0191 215 6474)

If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Kevin or Jonathan in the Placements Team.


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