Girl Geeks Campus is now established at Newcastle University and Northumbria University ahead of national expansion.

Girl Geek Campus supports female STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) undergraduate students, underpinning their studies to help them take full advantage of their academic experience. 

It will provide students with opportunities to enhance their employability, enabling them to have a greater understanding of STEM careers and establishing a supportive pathway their chosen career options.


As every month of student life passes, planning for a future career becomes more critical.

Girl Geeks Campus engages students from Freshers' Week through to graduation and beyond.

Newcastle University

STEM faculties at Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne.


Girl Geeks Facebook Group for current students studying STEM subjects at Newcastle University and graduate alumni only.

Newcastle University is strongly committed to attract women to computer science and other STEM subjects. Computing impacts the quality of our lives more than ever. It’s instrumental in many professional activities as well as our leisure activities, and it impacts health care, local activism, entrepreneurship and so on. To exploit all these opportunities to the fullest, we want to attract women from all ages to study computer science and pursue computing careers.
— Aad van Moorsel, Head of School of Computing Science at Newcastle University.

I’m in my final year at Newcastle University and attended the Campus launch yesterday evening. I just wanted to let you know what an inspirational and fantastic evening I had and what a brilliant organisation I think Girl Geeks is. I am currently a STEM ambassador but I would love to have any sort of involvement with Girl Geeks and would like to say good luck for the future.
As of 1st June I will be a software developer associate at Accenture! So excited to actually have a proper job!
— Zoe Potter, Computer Forensics student at Newcastle College 2012 - 2015, Girl Geeks Campus member

Northumbria University

STEM faculties at Northumbria University, Newcastle Upon Tyne

I am delighted that Northumbria University is part of the Girl Geeks initiative to support our female students and encourage more women to pursue careers in technology, science and engineering. These areas will be core to the future economy, culture and wellbeing of our society and it is important we encourage a good gender balance to enter these professions. Girl Geeks is part of the university’s wider commitment to be a beacon for STEM engagement working with partners to inspire the next generation of technologists, engineers, scientists, and mathematicians.
— Dr Rebecca Strachan, Associate Dean for Business and Engagement, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Department: Computer Science and Digital Technologies at Northumbria University.

Where Next?

Please contact us if you would like to set up a Girl Geeks Campus programme to support your students at your University, College or UTC University Technical College.

We are also looking for STEM employers who would like to find out more about supporting the Girl Geeks Campus programme.

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