Who to talk to for advice
Our specialist Country Advisors in the International Office can give you, and your son or daughter, advice and information on any aspect of studying at NTU, so that you'll feel able to fully support them with their study plans.
Another option would be to speak to one of our NTU Education Counsellors. These are external agencies based all over the world, with whom we have a very good relationship. They can give your family helpful advice on the application process, and they are best placed to advise on the visa applications in your country.
Making friends and settling in
Our international students love our peaceful Global Lounges for relaxing and socialising. These are dedicated social spaces and great places to take part in cultural events or to discover other opportunities at the University, such as volunteering or learning a new language.
Your son or daughter will also be a member of the NTU Students' Union which offers many opportunities for students to relax and make new friends.
Here you'll find lots of advice so you can support your son or daughter in the best way through the application process. If you have any particular questions about applying, you may like to contact the international team
Please note, if your young adult has already applied and you have questions about their application, they must write to the Admissions team first to give permission for them to discuss any application related information with you as parents.
The security of Clifton campus and the accommodation reassured us that my daughter Ajengruni had chosen the right university.
Rani Jahnaz, mother of Indonesian undergraduate alumni, Ajengruni Larasati.
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Protecting the NTU community
The latest advice about staying safe on campus. Includes information about face coverings, cleaning and ventilation, access to COVID-19 tests and what we advise our students to do in the case of a positive test result.
Faith and Spirituality
If your young adult practises a faith, you may like to find out more about our faith facilities. NTU Faith and Chaplaincy is committed to supporting the faith, spirituality and wellbeing of all students and staff at the University.
How much it costs for student living at NTU may naturally be a question you and your son or daughter will have. Find a breakdown of living costs and hear what our students advise.
Planning the journey from UK airports to Nottingham by coach, train or taxi. Includes the latest travel advice and airport transfer option.
Advice on making secure international payments to the University. Includes information on WU® GlobalPay for Students.
Living in Nottingham
Start to explore the city and to advise your young adult on cooking for themselves! Includes information on accommodation, shopping and socialising in this great student city.
Because accommodation fills up quickly, the best advice we can give to support your son or daughter in finding the right place to live is to consider the accommodation options with them as early as you can. Booking system is open.
Start your accommodation research.
Follow NTU International on social media – it's not just for students!
Get the latest information about the University and a real sense of what student life is like here by following us.
You can also ask questions through the chat and talk to your young adult about any of the information that's posted. We would also encourage you to join our international online communities.