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Frequently asked questions
In the UK, if a student intends to apply to more than one University, they will need to submit their application via the Universities and Colleges Admissions System (UCAS).
The first UCAS deadline is 31 January 2024. International students have until the 30 June 2024 to make their application and can apply for up to 5 courses.
Depending on when your student applied and received all their offers from the various institutions, they will be given a decision deadline. This is the date they are required to select their ‘firm’ and ‘insurance’ choice.
If your student is not holding an offer or didn’t apply by the deadline, they could look for a suitable vacancy in Clearing from the start of July.
Further advice on making an application can be found on NTU's international application webpages.
If your international student is applying to Nottingham Trent University only, and does not apply to any other UK university in the same year, they can apply online using our NTU applicant portal.
However, if your student is studying for their A levels and their results are pending, their application should be submitted via the UCAS system. Students with their A level results can apply directly; however they need to meet the above criteria of only applying to NTU in that application year.
From July 2024 international students can make an undergraduate application to NTU through UCAS Clearing.
Clearing may be suitable for your student if, for example, they have received their grades, and:
- they have not met the results or grades required for their firm or insurance choice; or
- they decide that they want to make a late application for September 2024.
NTU offers a range of competitive scholarships for new international and European students. Scholarships up to 50% of a student’s tuition fee are available.
To apply for a scholarship, a student must be holding an offer to study a full time undergraduate or postgraduate course in September 2024.
Top tips on submitting a successful application and further terms and key deadline dates on the scheme can be found on NTU's international scholarship webpages.
Applying for a visa can take time and can even seem a bit scary for students. We have a team of visa advisors that can support you and your students. You’ll find step by step information and guidance on our visa application page.
If you are a national of the EU, EEA or Switzerland and are coming to study at NTU please visit our dedicated visa information pages for EU, EEA and Swiss students.
A students fee status determines whether they pay home or international fees.
If your students have been granted Settled or Pre-settled status in the UK, they may qualify for home fees.
To see whether your students are eligible for home fee status, please refer to the set criteria on our fees and funding pages.
Following an application, students should upload evidence of their Settled or Pre-settled status, along with a Share Code, to their applicant portal or email email@example.com. They may also need to complete a Fee Assessment Form.
Further guidance on fee status can be found on the UKCISA website.
We welcome applications from students who are studying a wide range of academic qualifications. On each course page you will find our entry requirements. We recommend you look closely at the specific requirements in case the course asks for a particular subject area. Typically, our entry requirements are based on the UCAS tariff. You can find out how this equates to the qualification your students are studying on our international qualifications webpage.
If your student is studying the International Baccalaureate or European Baccalaureate, please check our specific entry requirements.
We are delighted that your student has applied to us. They will receive lots of useful information over the next few months to help plan for their arrival.
On our offer holder webpages you can find detailed guidance on what to do after being made an offer, accommodation options and visa guidance.
The team are always available to support you and your students, so just get in touch via the school counsellors inbox if you need any help.
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