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Our Big Market offers free promotion and advertising for any Newcastle graduate wishing to promote their own product or service. Following a high level of interest, the deadline for applications for 2015 has been extended until Monday 5 January.
Rise Up have launched a new programme for international graduates who want to develop their business idea.
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AlumNews discovers how Newcastle University played its own part in the Great War. A new exhibition at the Robinson Library tells the story of how the University served as a military hospital throughout the First World War.
Michael Lyons (BA Fine Art 1967) is an internationally acclaimed sculptor and lecturer who has exhibited around the world since the 1960s. We find out how his time at Newcastle University helped shape him as an artist.
Besides powering our cities, one Northumberland-based power station is fuelling sustainable prawn farming thanks to the business creativity of two Newcastle University graduates.
Newcastle University Alumni Association invites your business to be part of our biggest alumni benefits package to date.
Newcastle University's Muscle Team, part of the Institute of Genetic Medicine, will officially adopt its new identity as the John Walton Muscular Dystrophy Research Centre.
The QS World Rankings - a global survey of universities - has confirmed Newcastle as being in the top 1% in the world.
Thanks to the support of Newcastle University's Annual Fund, an original art exhibition curated by two students exploring ruin and catastrophe has been a big success.
A celebration of the life and achievements of Dr Robert Alistair Livingston Brewis, a remarkable respiratory physician and polymath, will take place on Wednesday 26 November 2014.