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Reasons to Study at Northumbria

You come to university to learn, but there’s so much more to experience. Northumbria has modern facilities, extensive course choices and is based in a cosmopolitan city with a vibrant student community.

We’re ranked top 10 in the UK for graduates in professional employment (DLHE 16/17). So you aren’t just getting an education at Northumbria; you are building a foundation for lifelong success. Our students undertake placements and work on live projects with the best industry experts. You can work and study abroad, volunteer or undertake part-time work to build your confidence and enhance your CV. You’ll learn from the best, working with research active staff in our outstanding facilities at Newcastle City and Coach Lane campuses.

Whether you love sport or culture and creativity, want to make a difference or be part of global community, this is where you belong.

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Clearing Guide Mobile App

We know you probably have lots of questions and/or even worries around results day, so, we thought you might find our brand new Clearing Guide app a useful source of information to help you through the UCAS Clearing and Confirmation process!

We will be hosting a Clearing Virtual Event with lots of helpful information to explain the confirmation and clearing process. Join us Thursday 23 July, 12pm – 4pm. 


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Northumbria Open Days

Open Days are a great way for you to get a feel of the University, the city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the course(s) you are interested in.

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Virtual Tour

Get an insight into life at Northumbria at the click of a button! Come and explore our videos and 360 panoramas to immerse yourself in our campuses and get a feel for what it is like studying here using our interactive virtual tour.

Latest News and Features

Professor Matthew Johnson has been involved in research which has modelled the impact a Universal Basic Income could have on poverty and inequality.
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MFA student Celia Burbush, MFA co-Programme Leader Gavin Butt and Deputy Head of Arts, Steve Gilroy, are pictured outside the new look Gallery North.
Minister for Science, Research and Innovation opens £2m investment in region’s Engineering and Environment students
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Professor Andrew Wathey CBE speaking at the Rutherford Roundtable
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