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If you want to experience Northumbria University you can visit us on-campus at an Open Day, explore NU World our virtual platform or access subject on-demand content.

Visit us in person at an upcoming on-campus open day at Northumbria University. 


  • Friday 28th June 2024, 9.00 (BST)
  • Saturday 29th June 2024, 9.00 (BST)





  • Saturday 2nd March 2024, 10.00 - 14.00 (GMT)
  • Saturday 29th June 2024, 10.00 - 15.00 (BST)


Book a place on our live undergraduate or postgraduate virtual events, with various dates available. Take part in live panels connecting you to our staff and students, and get your questions answered.   

Check out our next virtual events:

Undergraduate & Postgraduate

  • Monday 4th March 2024, NU Advice: Your Future (Employability), 4pm - 5pm (GMT)
  • Monday 11th March 2024,NU Advice: How to Fund Your Masters (For UK Students), 4pm - 5pm (GMT)
  • Monday 18th March 2024, NU Advice: Your Home, 4pm - 5pm (GMT)
  • Wednesday 17th April 2024, Return to Study a Masters, 4pm - 5pm (BST)
  • Wednesday 24th April 2024, NU Advice: Your Wellbeing, 4pm - 5pm (BST)

Join Us Virtually for our International Events


Join our series of webinars exclusively for international students.

View our up and coming events.



Register to discover On-Demand content and explore your chosen subject in more detail. You’ll get access to a range of 360 tours, course presentations, subject Q&A panels and taster sessions at a time that is convenient to you.

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