Northumbria University

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About Northumbria University

Northumbria University, officially The University of Northumbria at Newcastle, is an academic institution located in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England. It is a member of the University Alliance. The University has two large campuses. City Campus, located in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, is divided into City Campus East and City Campus West by the city's Central Motorway and linked by a £4million bridge which in 2006 was officially opened by the former Minister of State for Trade and Investment, Lord Digby Jones.


Campus Locations

Northumbria Campus

Northumbria Campus

We have two campuses in Newcastle, one in the heart of the city and our Coach Lane campus which is three miles away. The City Campus a few streets from Newcastle's cultural centre and marries a unique combination of innovative buildings with historical listed buildings.

Some campus highlights include: the award-winning City Campus East for Business, Law and Design courses, Student Central - our one-stop support centre and library, our new Computer and Information Sciences Building, the Sutherland Building and Sport Central – our state-of-the-art sports facility. The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences is based at Coach Lane, and has excellent computing and library services, its own modern Students' Union, and sports facilities.

We also have a London Campus, just minutes away from Liverpool Street station. The latest addition to our line-up is our Amsterdam campus, with exciting programmes taught in one of Europe's most dynamic and beautiful cities.

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Northumbria University Key Information

Job Prospects

Job Prospects

Northumbria University is ranked in the Top 25 in the UK for graduates in highly skilled employment (Graduate Outcomes 2019/20). Our graduates have gone on to work for local, national and international organisations, thanks to our close links with industry.

Students on our courses work on live projects with institutions, including BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Nissan, Procter and Gamble and Northumbrian Water. Making these connections during their studies means our graduates are well-equipped once they enter the job market.

Campus Life

Student Life

Student Life

Newcastle is regularly voted one of the UK’s best cities for students. With its large student population, Newcastle is a great city to experience university life. The city has a vibrant, exciting and cosmopolitan feel, and is also a very affordable place to live.

Featuring in the worldwide top ten of the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards, Newcastle boasts a combination of friendly culture, rich history and sporting passion that can rival any city in the world.

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Tuition Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries

Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees

Fees for our postgraduate programmes are set annually and vary from course to course. You'll find the latest course fees at the bottom of the course page on our website, and we can tell you with confidence that they're very competitive for both home and international students.
We recognise that by studying for a postgraduate qualification you are making an investment in your future, which is why we offer a range of support packages to help ease the financial burden and allow you to concentrate on your studies.
Our scholarships and discount packages vary depending on your circumstances and the course you're applying for. For our current opportunities, visit the fees and funding pages on our website.

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