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SCHOOL & COLLEGE OUTREACH

The Student Recruitment team provides a link between Northumbria University and schools, colleges and individuals.

We offer guidance, support and information to help prospective applicants, their teachers, parents and carers make informed choices about Higher Education.

Our team of Graduate Ambassadors and Outreach Coordinators visit schools and colleges to deliver our Evolve and Junior Evolve programmes, as well as events such as Careers Fairs. We also welcome groups on-campus and run sessions for parents/carers and teachers/advisers.

If you have a specific query, please contact us on studentrecruitment@northumbria.ac.uk.

Below is our package of outreach activity which can be delivered either on or off campus. Please click on a category to discover more information about the range of events, activities and support we can offer.


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London Campus

Northumbria's London Campus offers students our academic quality and outstanding experience in the UK's capital city.

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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.

NU World
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Explore NU World

Find out what life here is all about. From studying to socialising, term time to downtime, we’ve got it covered.


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