Our European Community

Welcome to our NTU European community. On this page you'll meet some of our students, learn entry requirements and answers to some frequently asked questions about the EU referendum.

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Our European community
Eva, Luana, Stefan and friends welcome you to NTU.

Welcome

We have a thriving European community here at the University.

We asked some of our students to tell us what they love about studying at NTU - we hope you enjoy their video!

More from our European students

There are so many social activities and events happening at the University throughout the year where you can truly cross cultures and make lifelong friends from all over the world.

Entry requirements

Hello, we're Chloe Tiozzo and Nicholas Cuthbert and we are the NTU Representatives for Europe.

We're delighted you’re considering studying with us.

If you'd like to check how your qualifications match our entry requirements please choose your country from the list below:

If your country is not listed, or you have any questions about studying here please get in touch. We'll be happy to help in any way we can.

EU referendum

Key facts

As an international university we welcome and value EU and international students, staff and partners.

We're proud of the part they play in the life of our university. Connecting globally is at the forefront of our strategy, and we're committed to offering all students internationally-focused education, opportunities and experiences.

Following the result of the EU referendum and the UK’s decision to trigger Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon, there has been no immediate change to UK universities, or to the status of current and prospective EU students.

There is currently no change for current and prospective international students.

It is worth noting that the referendum debate highlighted just how internationally focused the UK university sector is, with all polls of university academic staff indicating an overwhelming majority in favour of staying in the EU.

The UK government has triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which foresees a minimum of a two-year negotiation process between the UK and other member states, during which time the terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union will be decided. Throughout this period, the UK will maintain all aspects of current EU membership.

Frequently asked questions

If you have any questions about how the referendum result will affect your studies, please contact Nicholas Cuthbert at nicholas.cuthbert@ntu.ac.uk

  • Will Nottingham Trent University (NTU) be communicating with students following the UK’s decision to trigger Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon?

Emails have been sent to UK, EU and international students to reassure them that NTU continues to support and welcome students from the EU and across the world.

We will continue to update our students as further information becomes available.

  • Will undergraduate students starting in 2018 be eligible for a tuition fee loan?

Since the referendum the UK Goverment has confirmed that students starting in 2018 will have access to student loans.

More information is available from the Student Loans Company.

  • Will undergraduate students receive a tuition fee loan for the full duration of the degree (3-4 years)?

Information from the Student Loans Company, provided since the EU referendum, indicates that students will continue to receive their loans for the duration of their course.

  • What fee status will EU students be classed as?

The immigration status and associated fee status of students from the EU have not currently changed as a result of the EU referendum vote or triggering Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon.

  • Will EU students require a visa?

The immigration status of students from the EU has not changed as a result of the EU referendum vote and this will remain the case whilst the UK remains within the EU.

The UK government has triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which foresees a minimum of a two-year negotiation process between the UK and other member states, during which time the terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union will be decided. Throughout this period, the UK will maintain all aspects of current EU membership.

  • How will this affect the rights of EU students to work in the UK while they study?

The immigration status of students from the EU and their right to work in the UK while they study has not changed as a result of the EU referendum vote.

The UK government has triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which foresees a minimum of a two-year negotiation process between the UK and other member states, during which time the terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union will be decided. Throughout this period, the UK will maintain all aspects of current EU membership.

  • If I have been awarded an NTU scholarship am I still eligible for this?

Yes, if you've been awarded a scholarship you will continue to be eligible for this.

Still need help?

International Development Office
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