We are pleased to offer a range of scholarships for international students starting a full-time undergraduate course with us. To apply for a scholarship you must already hold an offer to start a full-time degree course at NTU.
|Name of Scholarship||Open to||Amount||Closing date|
|International Scholarship||All undergraduate offer holders.||£2,000|
Final closing date:
|Vietnam Scholarship||All undergraduate offer holders from Vietnam.||£4,000 for first year of study|
|Indonesia Scholarsip||All undergraduate taught course offer holders from Indonesia.||£4,000 for first year of study|
|Egypt Scholarship||All undergraduate taught course offer holders from Egypt.||£4,000 for first year of study|
|Jordan Scholarship||All undergraduate taught course offer holders from Jordan.||£4,000 for first year of study|
|International Undergraduate Scholarship||All international undergraduate offer holders.||£2,000 per year for a three year course|
|British Council GREAT Scholarships India||All Indian undergraduate offer holders. |
One scholarship is available from each of the following Schools:
Nottingham Business School
School of Social Sciences
School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment
School of Science and Technology
School of Arts and Humanities
|£7,000 for first year of study|| If you'd like to know more about this scholarship please contact us.|
Scholarships for Nottingham Trent International College (NTIC) students
If you are progressing from NTIC onto an undergraduate degree at NTU this year you may be eligible for the NTIC distinction scholarship. NTIC students who achieve an average of 70% (or above) on their NTIC course will be awarded a £1,000 scholarship. Successful students will receive a certificate and an invitation to the Scholarship Awards evening.
Early payment discount for progressing NTIC students
NTIC students progressing to NTU will be given a £500 discount on their University course if they confirm their place by an agreed cut-off date.
Global study awards and other sources of funding for study in the UK
There are some awards available through the ISIC Association, StudyPortals, and British Council IELTS for study in the UK.
There are some other possible sources of funding available for students coming to study in the UK. You can get advice from the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA).