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NTU Scholarship Winners

Congratulations on your scholarship. What an achievement! Of course it's great to have some help with your fees, and the benefits of this scholarship go much further than financial when you choose to get involved in your NTU scholarship community. Find out more on this page.

Video highlights of scholarship awards event

Scholarship awards celebration

Each year we celebrate the achievements of our scholars at our prestigious awards event.

All scholarship winners are warmly welcomed to celebrate with fellow scholars and staff from across the University.

During the ceremony scholars are presented with their scholarship certificate from one of our University executive team.

Our 2020 celebrations will be held in March. We'll be live-streaming the occasion on Facebook so friends and family across the globe can join in your celebration.

To get an idea of what the evening has in store, you can watch highlights from last year's event on this video and view the photos on Facebook.

Yes, you get a fee discount, but a scholarship is much more than that; you become part of a community.

Khadija Twumasi, Ghana

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International scholarship community

Winning a scholarship means you're part of our international scholarship community.

We'll keep in touch with you as you progress through your studies and we'll offer you opportunities to get more involved in the work we do here in the International Development Office, and the fun we have!

Some of our previous scholars have worked with us on projects throughout the year, others have joined us for social events.

Many have gone on to become strong and valued ambassadors for the University, long after graduation.

We hope you'll get involved. Here are just a few examples of activities you could be invited to take part in:

  • helping the International Development Office (IDO) team with their community volunteering challenge – recent examples include a day of gardening or painting at a local charity;
  • joining some IDO staff for a social event such as ice-skating or strawberry-picking;
  • doing some work experience in the IDO, giving advice and information to prospective international students who are thinking of studying at NTU;
  • taking part in some IDO marketing activities such as photo-shoots, videos and live Q & A on social media for future students.

We'd love to hear your ideas too.

Events and activities

Still need help?

International Development Office
+44 (0)115 848 8175