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Register your Place on our Open Day Coach Service

At Northumbria University we offer flexible Masters courses, including full-time, part-time and distance learning options - helping you to give your career an extra edge.

To give you a real insight into what studying a Masters at Northumbria would be like, why not take advantage of our free return coach service from Teesside University?

Complete the form below to register for your place on the coach and at our Postgraduate Open Day, Wednesday 14th November, 12:30pm - 4pm and find out more about what we have to offer you!

Teesside University Coach Itinerary:

Start Pick-up: 12:30pm
Location: Westgarth Social Club, Southfield Road

Return Pick-up: 4:00pm
Location: City Hall (opposite City Campus West), Northumbria University


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