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Northumbria University is a research-intensive university that unlocks potential for all, changing lives regionally, nationally and internationally. Find out why we were named University of the Year.

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Ready to Ask the Big Questions?

Northumbria was the UK’s biggest riser in research power in REF 2021, with over 80% of our research rated as internationally excellent or world-leading. Hear our academics talk about how our research is taking on tomorrow’s challenges.

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Ready to Unlock Your Potential?

At Northumbria, it’s not about where you’re from that’s important – it’s where you want to go. Whether you are first in your family to go to university, new to the UK or returning to education as a mature student, we are proud to welcome you into our diverse and inclusive community. Hear our students’ experiences.

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Ready to Succeed?

Our distinctive approach to learning combines research-enriched teaching with real world experience to help our graduates get top jobs. Hear our students and staff talk about the different ways we enhance employability.

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Ready to Power our Region.

Northumbria University has a huge impact on the North East, from education and training to research and consultancy. Find out more about our commitment to our amazing region.

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