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Advice for current students at NTU

Term One academic year 2020 / 21

Update from the Vice-Chancellor
Get the latest update about returning to campus for the autumn term for academic year 2020 / 21 from our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Edward Peck.
Last updated 22 June 2020.

Term One 2020 - being on campus
Find out important information, and answers to some questions you may have about being on campus from September 2020.
Last updated 23 July 2020.

Connect with your community
Connect, learn, move, notice and give with your NTU Community.

We understand that this is a worrying time for everyone, and we are here to support you. We will update this area of the website regularly so please keep checking back. Please also regularly check your NTU email account.

You'll find useful information on the pages listed below about continuing your studies, moving to online learning, exams, accommodation, keeping safe and more.

Contact our Student Support team if you have concerns.

Our dedicated NTU helpline is +44 (0)115 941 8418. It's opening hours are:

  • Monday to Thursday, 9.30 am – 4.30 pm
  • Friday 9.30 am – 4 pm

Useful information for students

Your accommodation
Find guidance on what to do if you've returned home, or are having to stay in Nottingham and what to do if you need to collect your belongings.
Last updated 28 May 2020.

Your health and wellbeing
Find useful information and resources that may help you during this time including guidance and apps that are available for your mental health and wellbeing, how to access your GP, disability support, Coronavirus concerns and more.
Last updated 4 June 2020

Virtual events and opportunities
Each week, the University will be running an exciting programme of events and opportunities to complement your academic timetable, from virtual fitness classes and meditation to LinkedIn learning and workshops to enhance your CV. Pick and choose the activities you want to join and save them direct to your personal calendar.

Protecting yourself and the wider community
Stay safe by following the Governments guidance around self-isolation with as well as practising social distancing.

There are many ways you can support communities through volunteering at this time. Find out about the different roles on offer and how to get involved.

Your finances
Find information relating to your tuition fees, accommodation fees, and details on how you can contact our Student Financial Support team.

Continuing with your studies
Find out what it means to move to online learning, how to access Library and IT services.

Your exams and assessments
Find out the latest updates around your exams and assessments, what it means for you, and any changes to timescales.

Due to the government’s recent restrictions we have taken the decision to postpone our Summer 2020 graduation ceremonies. Find out what this means for you and answers to questions you may have.
Last updated 3 July 2020.

Employability support, work placements and graduate roles
Find out more information on how to access your Employability Team and how they can support you. You can also find information on work placements and graduate roles.

International students studying at NTU
As an international student, see the support available to you at the University, guidance on any concerns around Visas, and what to do if you're remaining on campus.
Last updated 22 June 2020.

Information for our Further Education students
As a further education student in our School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, find out your term dates, important information and support available to you.
Last updated 22 June 2020.

NTU students studying abroad
If you are or will be a year abroad or exchange student, see the guidance available for you and who to contact if you need assistance.
Last updated 22 June 2020.

NTU facilities and support
In line with government advice we have encouraged all but critical staff to work from home. This means all of our buildings, including libraries, have closed until further notice. Find out what services are open and when.

Messages from the Minister of State for Universities

An update for all students
Michelle Donelan, Minister of State for Universities, writes to all students in higher education to explain the latest developments in the battle against COVID-19.

Message for international students
Michelle Donelan, Minister of State for Universities, gives key messages to all international students in higher education during this challenging time, as well as providing an overview of the latest relevant guidance and useful resources.

Still need help?

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