Information and entry requirements for students from Indonesia
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 Indonesia, learn about our entry requirements, and sign up to keep in touch with us.
Welcome to NTU
Hello, my name’s Rebecca Tinker and I'm the NTU Representative for Indonesia. I’m delighted you’re considering studying with us and if you have any questions I’ll be happy to help.
We have a strong Indonesian community here. There are plenty of social events throughout the year including Indo Fest which is the biggest Indonesian event in the UK.
I visit Indonesia a lot and love meeting new students and families personally to give advice and guidance. If you’d like us to keep in touch please register with us and we’ll send you updates on what’s happening at the University. We’ll also let you know if I’m visiting Indonesia so we can arrange to meet if you wish – or you can contact me directly.
Do you have an offer to study with us in September 2022? Why not apply for our exclusive Indonesia scholarship. If you're a postgraduate student you can apply for £4,000 towards your studies.
Our international scholarships range from £2,000 to 50% of your tuition fee. We’ll assess you for all scholarships you are eligible for.
Final deadline: Wednesday 29 June 2022
The GREAT Scholarship programme is a joint initiative by the British Council and the UK Government, designed to attract some of the brightest postgraduates from around the world to study at UK universities.
We are delighted to offer one competitive scholarship of £10,000 to students from Indonesia. To be eligible you must:
- Have an offer to study one of our Nottingham Law School full-time Masters courses in September 2022.
- Be a national of Indonesia.
To apply please complete our application form and we'll assess your eligibility.
Final deadline: Wednesday 29 June 2022
NTU Indonesian Society
We have a friendly and welcoming Indonesian community at NTU. This includes our very own Indonesian Society who organise social events throughout the year. Find out more and get in touch with them here.
Our team of University Chaplains offer opportunities to discover, explore and practice your faith, whether that is through specific religious services, or more spiritual spaces including mindfulness and meditation.
We provide facilities for prayer and other faith activities across all campuses and Nottingham offers Mosques, churches and places of worship for all faiths.
Meet one of our students from Indonesia
"You will be surprised at how much growth (academically, personally and professionally) you can achieve just within one year of your degree with the endless opportunities offered on campus. This will certainly be one of the most intense year of your life, but just enjoy the journey, be ready to network and make lifetime friends and enjoy the lovely UK weather."
Read more about Indira's student story here.
|Your qualification||You could study|
SMU II (Upper Secondary Year 11), O-level, iGCSE or GCSE
Minimum age 16
Foundation courses at Nottingham Trent International College (NTIC) leading to:
Year One of a Bachelors degree
|SMU III (Upper Secondary Year 12)|
Year one entry for all courses requiring a portfolio
Foundation leading to Year One of a Bachelors degree
International Year One in Computing and Business leading to Year Two of a Bachelors degree
One year diploma (D1)*
Minimum age 17
|Year One of a Bachelors degree|
International Baccalaureate Diploma
|Year One of a Bachelors degree. |
See our International Baccalaureate Diploma entry requirements
|Two-year Diploma II (D2)*||Year Two of a Bachelors Degree|
|Three-year Diploma III (D3)*||Year Three of a Bachelors Degree|
Four-year Diploma IV (D4)*
Four-year Bachelors degree – Sarjana 1 (S1)
|Sarjana II (S2) / Magister (Masters degree)||Masters degree or research|
*depending on content of diploma and number of credits studied.
English language entry requirements
If your qualification is not listed here please contact us for advice.
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.