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Brands We Work With

We regularly collaborate with leading international companies and cutting edge consultancies on live briefs and projects.

At Northumbria we know that sometimes best way to learn is to actually experience real life working situations.

Live industry projects enable our students to gain valuable experience by working with some of the world's leading international companies and cutting-edge consultancies – both in the private and public sectors. Through these live projects you'll have the time, space and resource to explore your ideas, test concepts and create new ways of thinking and doing in an environment where risk is minimised and the non-conformist thinking and doing is possible. The live projects will also allow you to understand what to expect when working in industry and provide valuable experience of working on real time live briefs.

The following case studies provide a small snapshot of the kind of work we do, what our partners think about us, and provide you with an overview of the projects and experience you will have whilst studying with us.

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Looking to study in 2023? Our Undergraduate Open Day on the 23rd June is the perfect opportunity for you to find out as much as you can about our courses and facilities.

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