Northumbria University guide
Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumbria University is a business-focused university that is based on a large campus which is divided into two in the city centre. The east of the campus is made up of modern glass buildings which was build in the mid 2000s, while the west consists of a mixture of Victorian and mid-20th century structures. Northumbria also have a campus in London.
As part of the Universities industry-centred approach, they work with major-employers - the likes of Nike, Nissan, Proctor & Gamble, IBM, the BBC, the NHS and Topshop - and have their courses accredited or sponsored by over 560 employers and 60 professional bodies.
A buzzing city to be studying in - Newcastle is often recognised as one of the best places to study in the UK - there's four student union bars and almost 30,000 students, from 136 different countries, in attendance at the university. The Times Higher Education Student Satisfaction Survey of 2014 ranked Northumbria highly: 21st out of 111 universities.
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What you need to know about Northumbria University
58th (Complete University Guide 2015)
60th (The Guardian’s University Guide)
The tuition fees for undergraduate degrees are £9,000 per year for UK/EU students, and between £10,700 and £12,700 for international students.
Established: 1992 (gained university status), 1894 as Rutherford College of Technology
UCAS Code: N77
Northumbria University website
Northumbria University Students' Union website
Open days at Northumbria University
Northumbria University open days
The 2015 undergraduate open days at Northumbria University take place on the 26 and 27 June 2015. For more information and to book a place, visit the website.
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Newcastle upon Tyne
Telephone: 0191 349 5600
Email: [email protected]
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