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thumbnail Looking for a Graduate Job in the North East?

Graduate Apprentices is offering graduate placements with North East-based companies. Run by Newcastle University Careers Service, the scheme is open to graduates from the last three years from any UK University.

thumbnail Take your career to the next level with a Newcastle MBA

Newcastle graduates benefit from an exclusive 20 per cent discount on many postgraduate programmes, including the Business School’s internationally accredited MBA.

thumbnail Hello Class of 2012!

Congratulations and bon voyage to this year's graduating class. But don't be a stranger on campus – your lifelong membership of the Alumni Association has now begun.

thumbnail PhD student joins UN leaders for Rio+20 Earth summit

Civil Engineering PhD student Ed Byers will be blogging the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro on 20–22 June, after his essay on sustainability won first prize in a University competition. Here's his winning piece of work.

thumbnail Fencing Club alumni group presents its blade

The newly-formed Fencing Club Alumni Association seeks former members to join its ranks. Current president, PhD student James Docherty, reports.

thumbnail Big Market: Immortalising weddings with Zander Photography

Possibly the world's first wedding photographer with a town planning pedigree, Zander Wilson tells AlumNews about his fondness for Newcastle nuptials – and offers 15 per cent off his services to fellow graduates.

thumbnail Solo Atlantic rower: a chat with Tommy Tippetts

After 3,000 miles, 82 days and a million oar-strokes, Tommy Tippetts became the youngest ever solo rower to cross the Atlantic, whilst raising money for mental health charity Mind. AlumNews chats to the University’s latest world record breaker.

thumbnail Leveson Inquiry welcomes campaigner's submission

A University campaigner has approached the Leveson Inquiry, raising issues he claims have an importance ‘several orders of magnitude greater’ than phone hacking.

thumbnail Scientists discover how common treatment-related cancer develops

Scientists in a team at Newcastle University have identified a mechanism by which treatment-related leukaemia develops, raising hopes that this side effect of toxic chemotherapy could be prevented.

thumbnail Action video game to aid recovery from stroke

Stroke experts at Newcastle have unveiled a video game which improves and overcomes the physical symptoms of a stroke.

thumbnail Rural communities hit hardest by housing benefit reductions

Reductions in housing benefit are hitting social housing tenants in the countryside harder than those in cities and towns, new research has found.

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