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Northumbria University

England, United Kingdom
Campus setting Urban
Living cost RM 2,156 per month
Student population Large (More than 10,000)
International students 10%
Institution type Public

About Northumbria University

Established as a university in 1992 after years of being part of constituent colleges, Northumbria University cultivates students in different study areas. Some of the course programs that are available here can be found in either of these 8 Academic schools: Arts and Social Sciences; Newcastle Business School; Built and Natural Environment; Computing Engineering and Information Sciences; Design; Health Community and Education Studies; Law; and Life Sciences. However, several courses that are offered in the dominant major subject areas include Engineering, Computing, Sciences, Business, Law, Design, Built, and Natural Environment, Arts, Social Sciences, Psychology, Sports, Health, and many more.

What sets these courses apart from those of other institution is that many of these courses possess professional accreditation, postgraduate courses which require from prospective students with a subject specific first degree, as well as options to convert masters for  those who are interested to change direction in their study interests.


Courses available 263

Accounting & Finance 40 Applied, Pure Sciences 17 Architecture, Building 8 Business, Management 56 Computer Science, IT 42 Creative Arts & Design 15 Education and Teaching 5 Engineering 8 Health and Medicine 18 Hotel Management & Hospitality 7 Humanities & Social Sciences 23 Law 24 Mass Communication & Media 3


Reviews 2

Overall a good university! Love the city of Newcastle. It's vibrant, fun, and there is always something to do. If you're looking for something a bit more traditional, perhaps look at other unis. Read more
It’s a good university, with some really great professors. Everyone raves about the sport facilities too. Read more

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