Information and entry requirements for students from Malaysia
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 Malaysia, learn about our entry requirements, and get a taste of what it’s like to live and learn in Nottingham.
Welcome to NTU
Hello, my name’s Rebecca Tinker and I'm the NTU Representative for Malaysia. I’m delighted you’re considering studying with us and if you have any questions I’ll be happy to help. I visit Malaysia a lot and love meeting new students and families personally to give advice and guidance.
If you’d like us to keep in touch with you 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 Malaysia so we can arrange to meet if you wish – or you can contact me directly.
British Council GREAT Scholarship Malaysia
This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, we are offering one postgraduate scholarship of £10,000 to students in Malaysia applying for postgraduate studies in any subject.
This scholarship scheme is part of the “GREAT Scholarships 2021” campaign, which has been launched by the British Council together with UK universities to support more students to access excellent UK higher education opportunities.
To apply please complete our application form.
Final deadline: Wednesday 12 May 2021 (16:00 GMT)
I did a work placement as part of my course. I’d say it was a good investment and an excellent, rewarding experience. Eng Siong Ng, Malaysia, BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying
Meet one of our students from Malaysia
“My decision to come to NTU was very clear when I decided to take on a course that offered a placement year opportunity. NTU was at the top of my decision as I found out that it offers so much support in one’s future employability, and it is so diverse in terms of international students from different backgrounds coming to NTU!”
“What’s great about my course is that we get the opportunity to listen to many real working and experienced individuals, some of whom are alumni from the course. I’ve found all of the talks incredibly useful and practical as it gets you geared and prepared for your placement year and graduate life. We get insights on the industry or a particular company, and ways to improve our CVs, portfolio and more.”
|Your qualification||You could study|
Average grade of C
|Foundation courses at Nottingham Trent International College (NTIC)|
First year undergraduate - please contact us for grade requirements
MICSS-UEC (Malaysian Independent Chinese Secondary School – Unified Examinations Certificate)
An average of A1-B4 from 5 subjects (not including Malay or Chinese)
Some of our courses have specific subject requirements - please contact the IDO for more information if the course you are applying for asks for a specific A Level subject
First year undergraduate
|International Baccalaureate Diploma|
First year undergraduate
First year undergraduate courses – please see our information on the UCAS tariff
|Foundation courses, South Australian Matriculation, and Canadian Pre-university courses||First year undergraduate courses – please contact us directly for further information|
|Diplomas, advance diplomas, three-year polytechnic certificates, and associate degrees||Second or third year entry to selected undergraduate courses – please contact us directly for further information|
|American, Canadian and Australian transfer degree|
A classification of 2.1 or 2.2 (depending on your course of interest)
|Postgraduate (Masters) courses|
|Masters degree||Postgraduate research|
English language entry requirements
We can accept 1119 English GCE O level grade of C or above in place of IELTS.
If you have questions about your qualification and it 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.