Information and entry requirements for students from Ghana
Interested in studying at Nottingham Trent University (NTU)? On this page, we’ve included everything you’ll need to know – meet NTU’s Representative for Africa, learn about our entry requirements, and sign up to keep in touch with us.
Welcome to NTU
Hello, my name’s Miss Annabel Mitchell and I'm the NTU Representative for Africa. We have a long history of welcoming students from Ghana and there’s a lively African community at the University who’ll make you feel really welcome.
I regularly visit the region and love meeting new students and families personally to give advice and guidance.
Ghana High Achievers Award
We are pleased to offer a £3,000 fee reduction to all highly-achieving Ghanaian students holding offers to study any of our full-time Masters courses starting in January 2021.
You must have a 2:1 or 1st class degree from Ghana.
To claim please email the International Development Office with your name and NTU student number.
Please write 'Ghana High Achievers Award' in the subject of the email.
First deadline: Wednesday 14 October 2020 16:00 GMT
Final deadline: Wednesday 11 November 2020 16:00 GMT
Terms and Conditions Ghana High Achievers Award
- You must be permanently domiciled in Ghana.
- You must have achieved a 2:1 or 1st class degree from Ghana at the time of applying to Nottingham Trent University.
- You must be holding an offer for January 2021 to study at Nottingham Trent University.
- You must be a self-financing student eligible to pay international tuition fees. Students who are sponsored are not eligible.
- This offer is applicable to full time taught postgraduate Masters programmes (excluding professional courses such as BPTC, LPC, DBA and distance learning courses).
- You must not have previously studied at Nottingham Trent University. If you have, you may be eligible for the 20% postgraduate alumni discount.
- If you are doing a two-year course, you will only receive the discount for your first year of study at Nottingham Trent University.
- Your fee cannot also be discounted by another arrangement such as a corporate contract or partnership discount.
- You may qualify for both an award and a scholarship but your total fee reduction must not exceed 50% of your tuition fees.
- This award will be a tuition fee reduction. If you are confirmed for this award, your fee will be adjusted before you enrol.
- All decisions on eligibility for these discounts are at the University's discretion and are final.
- If you are a recipient of the Ghana High Achievers Award, we may ask you to appear in online and/or printed university marketing materials. For example, providing a student profile and photograph which may be used to promote the University.
Ghana Law School Scholarship
Nottingham Law School is pleased to offer one 50% scholarship to Ghanaian students who have received an offer to study a Masters course starting in September 2020.
Students need to have completed their degree at the Ghana School of Law before progression onto our LLM courses. We also require students to have made their £3000 advanced payment before the final scholarship deadline.
If you have not already applied for a Masters course in our Law School, please do so using our online applicant portal.
To apply please submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state in your email that you would like to apply for the Ghana Law School Scholarship.
Final deadline: Wednesday 24 June 2019 16:00 (GMT)
I was attracted to the practical elements of the course because I could see how they would benefit me in my career.
Audrey-Jacqueline Tettey, Ghana, MA International Development.
Meet one of our Ghanaian students
"There are so many opportunities when you are at NTU. Take advantage of every opportunity that you have. Sign up and do something, it builds up your experience and confidence. NTU is such a relaxing, comfortable environment with so many friendly people. I’ve met most of my friends from my classes and have met people from so many places. It was a goal of mine to make friends not only from Africa, but from all over the world."
Claudia Betty Agyemang studies Human Rights and Justice (LLM).
Read her student story.
|Your qualification||You could study|
|West African Examination Council Senior School Certificate (WASSCE)||Considered for a foundation courses at Nottingham Trent International College (NTIC)|
|West African Higher School Certificate||Considered for direct entry to undergraduate courses|
|Higher National Diploma (HND)|
NTIC Pre-masters coursesAlso considered for second year entry to undergraduate degree
Bachelors degreePublic universities:
2:1 = GPA of 3.25/4 or 4.29/5
2:2 = 2.5/4 or 2.8/5 GPA
For private institutions please email: email@example.com
|Masters degree||Postgraduate research|
Please note that these entry requirements are guidelines only. If you have questions about your qualification and it is not listed here, please contact us.
You must have a West African Examinations Council Senior School Certificate with a grade C or 6.
Please provide a scratch card as part of your application.