Designed by Northumbria Graphics 331763_11/12
All information and content correct at time of print. November 2012.
We also have the newly opened Sport Central and
rejuvenated Students’ Union which can be used by any
student with a combined cost of over £35m. Coach Lane
students can also take advantage of the City Campus
Library opening hours which have recently been changed to
24/7 during term time.
The City Centre Campus has gone through extensive
regeneration in recent years and the developments keep
coming. City Campus East, which houses Business, Law
and Design, was opened in 2007 at a cost of £100m.
About City Campus
If you require any further information please visit www.northumbria.ac.uk, if you have queries
regarding a course of interest please contact er.admissions@northumbria.ac.uk
www.northumbria.ac.uk/accommodation – for accommodation information including
our 360 degree Campus Panoramas.
www.northumbria.ac.uk/ssw - Student Support and Wellbeing.
www.northumbria.ac.uk/library
www.northumbria.ac.uk/careers
www.teamnorthumbria.com – the latest news on our sports teams, scholarships and
what’s happening at Sport Central.
www.mynsu.co.uk – all about our Students’ Union including student events.
Useful Links
nu
Coach Lane
Campus
Tour Guide
www.northumbria.ac.uk
Welcome to Northumbria University
This campus tour guide will help you get to and navigate around our
Coach Lane Campus. Here you will find the facilities specifically catered to
Health and Life Sciences students.
Location
Transport Links
Why choose Northumbria
Coach Lane Campus is situated approximately
three miles outside of Newcastle city centre in
Benton. The University operates a regular free bus
service between Coach Lane Campus and City
Campus so students and staff can easily
commute between the two sites and have access
to all facilities.
All students at Coach Lane Campus are
studying a Health, Education or Community
related course, providing students here with the
opportunity to mix with like-minded people.
About Northumbria University
A top University for teaching
Award winning IT provision
A top international University with
opportunities to travel
First class student support
Top 5 in the UK for initial teacher training
overall satisfaction
Ranked 3rd in the UK for Social Work
(Sunday Times 2012)
Northumbria is one of only two institutions
awarded maximum OFSTED grades for
primary and secondary education
Northumbria University’s pre-registration
nursing programmes have become the
first in the country to be accredited by the
Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
The nearest Metro (Newcastle’s underground
system) Station is Four Lane Ends, which is
approximately 10 minutes walk from the campus.
There are Metro Stations at Central Station and
Newcastle International Airport. The nearest
Metro Station to the City Campus is Haymarket.
The Number 1 bus runs every 8-10 minutes and
has pick-up points opposite Central Station and
outside the Civic Centre (opposite the City
Campus). This bus stops either inside Coach
Lane Campus or just outside, depending on the
time of day.
Visitors by car should take the A1058 Coast
Road, which runs between Newcastle and
Tynemouth: Coach Lane Campus exit is sign
posted. The campus is approximately 1 mile from
the Coast Road turn off.
Your Campus Tour
1
Health and Fitness Centre
Northumbria
University is one
of the leading UK
institutions for
sport, providing
opportunities for
students to take
part at all levels.
Within the Health
and Fitness Centre
there is a multi
activity sports hall,
an exercise/ martial
arts studio and a gym furnished with modern
Techno gym fitness equipment. A year’s
membership for Coach Lane facilities costs £120
and this includes a Personal Fitness Programme
with regular friendly assessments and help from
expert staff along with full access to the Group
Exercise Class Programme. Students from Coach
Lane will also have access to the new £30 million
Sport Central, located on City Campus for an
additional charge.
2
3
Coach Lane Campus East
Main Building and
Research Hub
Here you will find general teaching and seminar
rooms along with staff offices. Also located here is
a coffee shop serving food including jacket
potatoes, sandwiches and cakes.
Sports Pitches
Located behind the
Health and Fitness
Centre you will find
multiple grass
football pitches, the
latest third generation
rubber crumb
football pitch and an
artificial turf pitch
that is used mainly
for hockey and
football. Our sports
clubs operate on a
local, regional and
national level. If you don’t want to take your sport
too seriously, the University also offers facilities for
students to hire out and use with friends.
Across from the Health and Fitness Centre you will
find the main building on Coach Lane Campus East.
Within this building you will find the Research Hub.
Northumbria’s research profile is growing, making
the university a facility that regional businesses
and other strategic organisations can tap into.
A strategic investment fund has bankrolled the
appointment of 100 new academic posts since
its’ first awards in 2009. The aim is to recruit
research-active staff who will also teach students
and increase the University’s engagement with
employers regionally and nationally.
Designed by Northumbria Graphics 331763_11/12
All information and content correct at time of print. November 2012.
We also have the newly opened Sport Central and
rejuvenated Students’ Union which can be used by any
student with a combined cost of over £35m. Coach Lane
students can also take advantage of the City Campus
Library opening hours which have recently been changed to
24/7 during term time.
The City Centre Campus has gone through extensive
regeneration in recent years and the developments keep
coming. City Campus East, which houses Business, Law
and Design, was opened in 2007 at a cost of £100m.
About City Campus
If you require any further information please visit www.northumbria.ac.uk, if you have queries
regarding a course of interest please contact er.admissions@northumbria.ac.uk
www.northumbria.ac.uk/accommodation – for accommodation information including
our 360 degree Campus Panoramas.
www.northumbria.ac.uk/ssw - Student Support and Wellbeing.
www.northumbria.ac.uk/library
www.northumbria.ac.uk/careers
www.teamnorthumbria.com – the latest news on our sports teams, scholarships and
what’s happening at Sport Central.
www.mynsu.co.uk – all about our Students’ Union including student events.
nu
Useful Links
Coach Lane
Campus
Tour Guide
www.northumbria.ac.uk
Welcome to Northumbria University
This campus tour guide will help you get to and navigate around our
Coach Lane Campus. Here you will find the facilities specifically catered to
Health and Life Sciences students.
Location
All students at Coach Lane Campus are
studying a Health, Education or Community
related course, providing students here with the
opportunity to mix with like-minded people.
Coach Lane Campus is situated approximately
three miles outside of Newcastle city centre in
Benton. The University operates a regular free bus
service between Coach Lane Campus and City
Campus so students and staff can easily
commute between the two sites and have access
to all facilities.
Why choose Northumbria
Transport Links
About Northumbria University
A top University for teaching
Award winning IT provision
A top international University with
opportunities to travel
First class student support
Top 5 in the UK for initial teacher training
overall satisfaction
Ranked 3rd in the UK for Social Work
(Sunday Times 2012)
Northumbria is one of only two institutions
awarded maximum OFSTED grades for
primary and secondary education
Northumbria University’s pre-registration
nursing programmes have become the
first in the country to be accredited by the
Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
The nearest Metro (Newcastle’s underground
system) Station is Four Lane Ends, which is
approximately 10 minutes walk from the campus.
There are Metro Stations at Central Station and
Newcastle International Airport. The nearest
Metro Station to the City Campus is Haymarket.
The Number 1 bus runs every 8-10 minutes and
has pick-up points opposite Central Station and
outside the Civic Centre (opposite the City
Campus). This bus stops either inside Coach
Lane Campus or just outside, depending on the
time of day.
Visitors by car should take the A1058 Coast
Road, which runs between Newcastle and
Tynemouth: Coach Lane Campus exit is sign
posted. The campus is approximately 1 mile from
the Coast Road turn off.
Your Campus Tour
1
Health and Fitness Centre
Northumbria
University is one
of the leading UK
institutions for
sport, providing
opportunities for
students to take
part at all levels.
Within the Health
and Fitness Centre
there is a multi
activity sports hall,
an exercise/ martial
arts studio and a gym furnished with modern
Techno gym fitness equipment. A year’s
membership for Coach Lane facilities costs £120
and this includes a Personal Fitness Programme
with regular friendly assessments and help from
expert staff along with full access to the Group
Exercise Class Programme. Students from Coach
Lane will also have access to the new £30 million
Sport Central, located on City Campus for an
additional charge.
2
3
Coach Lane Campus East
Main Building and
Research Hub
Here you will find general teaching and seminar
rooms along with staff offices. Also located here is
a coffee shop serving food including jacket
potatoes, sandwiches and cakes.
Sports Pitches
Located behind the
Health and Fitness
Centre you will find
multiple grass
football pitches, the
latest third generation
rubber crumb
football pitch and an
artificial turf pitch
that is used mainly
for hockey and
football. Our sports
clubs operate on a
local, regional and
national level. If you don’t want to take your sport
too seriously, the University also offers facilities for
students to hire out and use with friends.
Across from the Health and Fitness Centre you will
find the main building on Coach Lane Campus East.
Within this building you will find the Research Hub.
Northumbria’s research profile is growing, making
the university a facility that regional businesses
and other strategic organisations can tap into.
A strategic investment fund has bankrolled the
appointment of 100 new academic posts since
its’ first awards in 2009. The aim is to recruit
research-active staff who will also teach students
and increase the University’s engagement with
employers regionally and nationally.
At the far end of this building you will find;
4
6
The Library
Main Reception
8
Here at reception you will find all of the information
that we have to offer, whether it be from one of our
receptionists or from one of the leaflets on offer
here. In the room behind reception you will find
Go @ Coach Lane. This is the main food outlet
offering a range of hot and cold food throughout
the day.
The Clinical Skills
Centre is located at the
heart of Coach Lane
Campus and is the
focal point for our
Health student’s
educational journey.
A centre devoted to
excellence in health
related professions, it
is a place where our
students can develop
practical skills and gain valuable experience of real
hospital situations in simulated surroundings.
Turn left at reception, through the double doors
and go straight down the corridor. You will pass
the Students’ Union shop and come to;
7
The Students’ Union
Northumbria’s Libraries are nationally recognised for
the range and quality of services they offer. The
Library provides an exciting mix of learning spaces,
with cutting-edge technology, learning café, quiet
spaces and social areas and is open until midnight
every day.
Computerised birthing models.
An occupational therapy kitchen and
splinting area.
Fully equipped physiotherapy rooms including
the use of ultrasound.
Northumbria University boasts one of the most
advanced skills environments for teaching and
learning nationally and we are keen for further
development to continue so our students’ learning
experience evolves in collaboration with
developments in the modernisation of health
care delivery.
9
Rothbury Hall
The Clinical Skills Centre, which has been
established for 10 years, is the result of our
continued commitment to create an interactive
environment in which health related students
can be equipped with a diverse range of skills.
Student Support and Wellbeing, and the Careers and
Employment Service are also located in the Library
building and can be contacted at the Ask4Help desk.
Here you can access a range of different types of
support and advice – including disability and
dyslexia support, counselling and mental health
support, financial advice, information about
chaplaincy and faith advice, and international
student support.
This state-of-the-art facility includes:
A peri-operative suite complete with an
anaesthetic room, hi-fidelity simulation
mannequins, a six bedded ward area,
occupational therapy assessment area and
therapeutic intervention in physiotherapy.
A SIM Man and SIM Baby which are hi-fidelity
mannequins that produce altered physiology,
including heart and lung rhythms, and are
capable of procedures such as surgical
interventions and haematology sampling.
A six bedded ward area equipped with
handling and lifting
equipment.
Intensive care unit
and paediatric
intensive
care area.
A midwifery
room including a
birthing bed and
pregnancy
mannequins.
The Students’ Union at Coach Lane is the social
heart of student life which serves Costa coffee,
alcoholic drinks, sandwiches and jacket potatoes.
We have over 50 societies that you can join offering
a range of activities and opportunities for you to
have fun and meet people with similar interests.
The Students’ Union offers a range of services and
activities specifically for students based at Coach
Lane. As well as joining societies, you have the
opportunity to volunteer, learn new skills and get
advice and support. Students also have access to
the Students’ Union located on City Campus which
has just undergone a £5milion refurbishment.
Cross over Coach Lane and enter the main gates.
Follow the path up to the main reception. On your
right is;
5
The Clinical Skills Centre
Coach Lane Campus West
Main Building
Here you will find
general teaching
rooms for the many
students studying at
Coach Lane
Campus.
A few of the courses
that will use these
rooms for theory
based classes
include Physiotherapy, Early Primary Education,
Teaching Assistants and Social Work.
The Students’ Union also supports and represents
you and there are course and school reps who
make your voice heard by sitting on University
Committees like the Board of Governors.
Follow the Students’ Union around to the left, go
through the double doors and exit the building
through the door on your left. Upon exiting the
building, turn right and you will find;
This is an example of student accommodation found
at Coach Lane Campus. It is a three storey block
built in 1992 with flats for groups of seven students.
These self-catered halls have shared kitchens,
dining rooms, shower, bath and two toilets per flat.
The rooms are slightly larger than average and have
a hand basin in each. – There is no parking available
and the cost per week is £88.20 which includes
fuel, possessions insurance and internet
You have come to the end of your tour, thank you for visiting
Northumbria University, we hope you enjoyed your time here.
Straight ahead, as you enter the building, you
will find;
Your Campus Tour
1
3
START
HERE
2
4
6
5
8
7
9
1
Health and Fitness Centre
2
Sports pitches
3
Coach Lane Campus East Main Building and Research Hub
4
Library, Student Support and Wellbeing, Careers and Employment Service
5
Coach Lane Campus West Main Building
6
Main Reception
7
Students’ Union
8
The Clinical Skills Centre
9
Rothbury Hall (Student Accommodation)
At the far end of this building you will find;
4
6
The Library
Main Reception
8
Here at reception you will find all of the information
that we have to offer, whether it be from one of our
receptionists or from one of the leaflets on offer
here. In the room behind reception you will find
Go @ Coach Lane. This is the main food outlet
offering a range of hot and cold food throughout
the day.
The Clinical Skills
Centre is located at the
heart of Coach Lane
Campus and is the
focal point for our
Health student’s
educational journey.
A centre devoted to
excellence in health
related professions, it
is a place where our
students can develop
practical skills and gain valuable experience of real
hospital situations in simulated surroundings.
Turn left at reception, through the double doors
and go straight down the corridor. You will pass
the Students’ Union shop and come to;
7
The Students’ Union
Northumbria’s Libraries are nationally recognised for
the range and quality of services they offer. The
Library provides an exciting mix of learning spaces,
with cutting-edge technology, learning café, quiet
spaces and social areas and is open until midnight
every day.
Computerised birthing models.
An occupational therapy kitchen and
splinting area.
Fully equipped physiotherapy rooms including
the use of ultrasound.
Northumbria University boasts one of the most
advanced skills environments for teaching and
learning nationally and we are keen for further
development to continue so our students’ learning
experience evolves in collaboration with
developments in the modernisation of health
care delivery.
9
Rothbury Hall
The Clinical Skills Centre, which has been
established for 10 years, is the result of our
continued commitment to create an interactive
environment in which health related students
can be equipped with a diverse range of skills.
Student Support and Wellbeing, and the Careers and
Employment Service are also located in the Library
building and can be contacted at the Ask4Help desk.
Here you can access a range of different types of
support and advice – including disability and
dyslexia support, counselling and mental health
support, financial advice, information about
chaplaincy and faith advice, and international
student support.
This state-of-the-art facility includes:
A peri-operative suite complete with an
anaesthetic room, hi-fidelity simulation
mannequins, a six bedded ward area,
occupational therapy assessment area and
therapeutic intervention in physiotherapy.
A SIM Man and SIM Baby which are hi-fidelity
mannequins that produce altered physiology,
including heart and lung rhythms, and are
capable of procedures such as surgical
interventions and haematology sampling.
A six bedded ward area equipped with
handling and lifting
equipment.
Intensive care unit
and paediatric
intensive
care area.
A midwifery
room including a
birthing bed and
pregnancy
mannequins.
The Students’ Union at Coach Lane is the social
heart of student life which serves Costa coffee,
alcoholic drinks, sandwiches and jacket potatoes.
We have over 50 societies that you can join offering
a range of activities and opportunities for you to
have fun and meet people with similar interests.
The Students’ Union offers a range of services and
activities specifically for students based at Coach
Lane. As well as joining societies, you have the
opportunity to volunteer, learn new skills and get
advice and support. Students also have access to
the Students’ Union located on City Campus which
has just undergone a £5milion refurbishment.
Cross over Coach Lane and enter the main gates.
Follow the path up to the main reception. On your
right is;
5
The Clinical Skills Centre
Coach Lane Campus West
Main Building
Here you will find
general teaching
rooms for the many
students studying at
Coach Lane
Campus.
A few of the courses
that will use these
rooms for theory
based classes
include Physiotherapy, Early Primary Education,
Teaching Assistants and Social Work.
The Students’ Union also supports and represents
you and there are course and school reps who
make your voice heard by sitting on University
Committees like the Board of Governors.
Follow the Students’ Union around to the left, go
through the double doors and exit the building
through the door on your left. Upon exiting the
building, turn right and you will find;
This is an example of student accommodation found
at Coach Lane Campus. It is a three storey block
built in 1992 with flats for groups of seven students.
These self-catered halls have shared kitchens,
dining rooms, shower, bath and two toilets per flat.
The rooms are slightly larger than average and have
a hand basin in each. – There is no parking available
and the cost per week is £88.20 which includes
fuel, possessions insurance and internet
You have come to the end of your tour, thank you for visiting
Northumbria University, we hope you enjoyed your time here.
Straight ahead, as you enter the building, you
will find;
Your Campus Tour
1
3
START
HERE
2
4
6
5
8
7
9
1
Health and Fitness Centre
2
Sports pitches
3
Coach Lane Campus East Main Building and Research Hub
4
Library, Student Support and Wellbeing, Careers and Employment Service
5
Coach Lane Campus West Main Building
6
Main Reception
7
Students’ Union
8
The Clinical Skills Centre
9
Rothbury Hall (Student Accommodation)
Designed by Northumbria Graphics 331763_11/12
All information and content correct at time of print. November 2012.
We also have the newly opened Sport Central and
rejuvenated Students’ Union which can be used by any
student with a combined cost of over £35m. Coach Lane
students can also take advantage of the City Campus
Library opening hours which have recently been changed to
24/7 during term time.
The City Centre Campus has gone through extensive
regeneration in recent years and the developments keep
coming. City Campus East, which houses Business, Law
and Design, was opened in 2007 at a cost of £100m.
About City Campus
If you require any further information please visit www.northumbria.ac.uk, if you have queries
regarding a course of interest please contact er.admissions@northumbria.ac.uk
www.northumbria.ac.uk/accommodation – for accommodation information including
our 360 degree Campus Panoramas.
www.northumbria.ac.uk/ssw - Student Support and Wellbeing.
www.northumbria.ac.uk/library
www.northumbria.ac.uk/careers
www.teamnorthumbria.com – the latest news on our sports teams, scholarships and
what’s happening at Sport Central.
www.mynsu.co.uk – all about our Students’ Union including student events.
Useful Links
nu
Coach Lane
Campus
Tour Guide
www.northumbria.ac.uk
Welcome to Northumbria University
This campus tour guide will help you get to and navigate around our
Coach Lane Campus. Here you will find the facilities specifically catered to
Health and Life Sciences students.
Location
Transport Links
Why choose Northumbria
Coach Lane Campus is situated approximately
three miles outside of Newcastle city centre in
Benton. The University operates a regular free bus
service between Coach Lane Campus and City
Campus so students and staff can easily
commute between the two sites and have access
to all facilities.
All students at Coach Lane Campus are
studying a Health, Education or Community
related course, providing students here with the
opportunity to mix with like-minded people.
About Northumbria University
A top University for teaching
Award winning IT provision
A top international University with
opportunities to travel
First class student support
Top 5 in the UK for initial teacher training
overall satisfaction
Ranked 3rd in the UK for Social Work
(Sunday Times 2012)
Northumbria is one of only two institutions
awarded maximum OFSTED grades for
primary and secondary education
Northumbria University’s pre-registration
nursing programmes have become the
first in the country to be accredited by the
Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
The nearest Metro (Newcastle’s underground
system) Station is Four Lane Ends, which is
approximately 10 minutes walk from the campus.
There are Metro Stations at Central Station and
Newcastle International Airport. The nearest
Metro Station to the City Campus is Haymarket.
The Number 1 bus runs every 8-10 minutes and
has pick-up points opposite Central Station and
outside the Civic Centre (opposite the City
Campus). This bus stops either inside Coach
Lane Campus or just outside, depending on the
time of day.
Visitors by car should take the A1058 Coast
Road, which runs between Newcastle and
Tynemouth: Coach Lane Campus exit is sign
posted. The campus is approximately 1 mile from
the Coast Road turn off.
Your Campus Tour
1
Health and Fitness Centre
Northumbria
University is one
of the leading UK
institutions for
sport, providing
opportunities for
students to take
part at all levels.
Within the Health
and Fitness Centre
there is a multi
activity sports hall,
an exercise/ martial
arts studio and a gym furnished with modern
Techno gym fitness equipment. A year’s
membership for Coach Lane facilities costs £120
and this includes a Personal Fitness Programme
with regular friendly assessments and help from
expert staff along with full access to the Group
Exercise Class Programme. Students from Coach
Lane will also have access to the new £30 million
Sport Central, located on City Campus for an
additional charge.
2
3
Coach Lane Campus East
Main Building and
Research Hub
Here you will find general teaching and seminar
rooms along with staff offices. Also located here is
a coffee shop serving food including jacket
potatoes, sandwiches and cakes.
Sports Pitches
Located behind the
Health and Fitness
Centre you will find
multiple grass
football pitches, the
latest third generation
rubber crumb
football pitch and an
artificial turf pitch
that is used mainly
for hockey and
football. Our sports
clubs operate on a
local, regional and
national level. If you don’t want to take your sport
too seriously, the University also offers facilities for
students to hire out and use with friends.
Across from the Health and Fitness Centre you will
find the main building on Coach Lane Campus East.
Within this building you will find the Research Hub.
Northumbria’s research profile is growing, making
the university a facility that regional businesses
and other strategic organisations can tap into.
A strategic investment fund has bankrolled the
appointment of 100 new academic posts since
its’ first awards in 2009. The aim is to recruit
research-active staff who will also teach students
and increase the University’s engagement with
employers regionally and nationally.
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