Information and entry requirements for students from Uganda
Interested in studying at Nottingham Trent University (NTU)? On this page, we’ve included everything you’ll need to know – meet NTU’s Representatives for Africa, learn about our entry requirements, and sign up to keep in touch with us.
Welcome to NTU
Hello, we’re NTU’s Team Africa (Chukwuka, Anna, Kotana and Richie) and we are your NTU Representatives! We’re delighted you’re thinking about studying here. We regularly visit the region and love meeting new students and families personally to give advice and guidance.
Our visit schedule is on the NTU in Africa webpage or you can register with us and we’ll let you know when we’re next visiting. If you can't meet us in person just email us your queries or we could even arrange a Skype session.
Over the last 10 years we have developed a strong and trusted partnership between NTUs School of Social Sciences and the Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH). Our partnership has been successful in enhancing existing research environments at both institutions and supporting MA Public Health students from NTU in their research.
Meet our students
|Your qualification||You could study|
|Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE), East African Certificate of Education, Cambridge Overseas School Certificate (COSC) (GCSE Standard)||Foundation courses at Nottingham Trent International College (NTIC)|
|Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE)|
Year One of a Bachelors degree
Depending on the course requirement, we generally require a pass with a minimum of the following grades in three subjects:
128 UCAS points: ABB
Bachelors degree with Hons
2.1 or 2.2
|Postgraduate (Masters) courses|
|Masters degree||Postgraduate research|
English language entry requirements
We accept many different tests and qualifications, including qualifications from Uganda, such as the Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) grades 1-6 as an equivalent to IELTS 6.5. You can find full details of alternative English qualifications we accept here.
Students who do not meet the English language requirements may be required to take a pre-sessional English language (PEAP) course.
We work closely with a network of representatives all over the world including counsellors in education agencies, schools and colleges.
They can advise you on entry requirements, the application process and how to apply for a visa among other things.
You'll find their details on this page.