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Information and entry requirements for students from India

Interested in studying at Nottingham Trent University (NTU)? On this page, we’ve included everything you’ll need to know – meet NTU’s advisors for India, learn about our entry requirements, and get a taste of what it’s like to live and learn in Nottingham.

Welcome

Team India

We are delighted you’re considering studying with us. There are four advisors for India who can help to answer your questions about applying and studying at NTU. Shradha Kini is based in Mumbai, Shruti Jaggi in Delhi and Mukul Sakharkar and Mirza Mujic are in Nottingham.

We all travel around India to meet students and their families. We also host social activities for NTU alumni here in India so we’d love to hear from you if you’ve studied at the University.

If you’d like to keep in touch please register with us and we’ll send you the latest news and opportunities at the University, including scholarship information, live events and finding a counsellor to help you apply.

University Living Scholarship

In collaboration with our partner University Living, we are offering the first scholarship of its kind that will reward students globally for being socially conscious and creating an impact on society.

You can find out more information about this scholarship and how to apply using the button below.

Scholarship closed for applications.

GREAT Scholarship

In collaboration with the British Council and the UK Government, we are delighted to offer one competitive scholarship of £10,000 to students from India. To be eligible you must:

  • Have an offer to study one of our full-time Masters courses.
  • Be a national of India.

Find out more information about our deadlines and how to apply.

Employability

We're one of the UK's most employment-focused universities. Most undergraduate courses and many postgraduate courses include an option to apply for a work placement.

Our Employability Team can advise on how to boost your career prospects, provide practical skills support and to help you find part-time, volunteering, placement and graduate job opportunities.

What's it like to live and study in Nottingham?

NTU is an excellent university, and Nottingham is a wonderful city. But don’t take our word for it – this video featuring our students brings the NTU experience to life.

 

Entry requirements

Your qualificationYou could study

Higher Secondary Certificate (XIIth)

Grade average of 50%+

International Year One courses at Nottingham Trent International College (NTIC)

Higher Secondary Certificate (XIIth)

Grade average of 65% made from four relevant subjects (native language excluded)

First year entry Bachelors degrees
International BaccalaureateBachelors degrees. Required grade varies, ranging from 28 – 34 points

Three and four-year Bachelors degrees

Grades of 55% (2.1), 50% (2.2) from the University of Mumbai, University of Kolkata and University of Delhi.

Grades of 60% (2.1), 55% (2.2) from other recognised universities in India

Postgraduate taught courses

If your results will be in a GPA format please email india@ntu.ac.uk

Masters degrees

Grades of 50%+ from recognised universities in India

Postgraduate taught courses

Masters degrees

Grades of 60%+ from recognised universities in India

PhD research

If you have questions about your qualification and it is not listed here, please contact us for advice.

English Language

To meet the University’s language requirements you’ll need one of the following:

Higher Secondary Certificate (Standard XII) - Awarded by CBSE, ISC and select State Boards

  • 70/100 (70%) or 160/200 (80%)

A degree from the following universities:

  • The University of Mumbai; The University of Delhi; The University of Calcutta; The University of Bangalore; Savitribai Phule Pune University (formerly The University of Pune); The University of Chennai/Madras; Anna University; Osmania University; The University of Goa

Students who do not meet the English language requirements may be required to take a pre-sessional English language (PEAP) course.

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