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Northumbria Global Podcast




We know that as an international student you probably have lots of questions about studying in another country, so we thought you might find our brand new Global Podcast a useful source of information to help you!

This Global Podcast series has been designed to talk about everything you, as an international student, need to know to make the most of your time at Northumbria University, Newcastle.

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Episode 1

What surprised me when coming to study in the UK.

We speak with International Recruitment Coordinator, Tom Smith and International Student Representatives, Shriniwas Kole & Jasmine Nanta about the things that international students can expect from studying in the UK at Northumbria University, Newcastle.

Episode 2

Why study in January?

Our January starters Veethika Kathal, Michael Hay and Sohan Chowdhury share all the reasons why they chose to start their course in January at Northumbria University, Newcastle. 

Episode 3

The Facilities and Services.

Have you heard about Northumbria University's free Meet and Greet service that picks you up from the airport and takes you to your accommodation?

Did you know that Northumbria University has a Student Support and Wellbeing team dedicated to offering you support with a variety of issues ranging from visas and academic performance to making friends?

In this episode of Northumbria's Global Podcast, we talk about these and many other services and facilities that give international students a warm welcome, help settle in and make the most of the time at Northumbria University, Newcastle.

Tune in to hear Joy Grenyer, Head of Welfare, Immigration & Funding, Chris Bunten, Northumbria Sport Representative and Jasmine Nanta, international student from Malaysia.

Episode 4

Pre-arrival information and your first few weeks at Northumbria University, Newcastle. 

Your first weeks at university are an exciting time. Moving to a new country is a fantastic opportunity but there can be a lot to take in too. Before you arrive you might want to familiarise yourself with things you'll need to take care of, to help you settle in and make the most of your time here.


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