NTU and South Asia
Join a university that's been welcoming students from South Asia for generations. You’ll meet your NTU representatives on this page, and some of our students. You’ll also find key information about studying here and how to apply.
Sign up here and your country representative will be in contact to advise on your study options. We’ll also send you updates, including scholarship information and live events.
Our South Asia Team
We're delighted you’re considering studying here. Here's our team: Mirza Mujic and Abel Zachariah are based in Nottingham, Shradha Kini is based in Mumbai and Shruti Jaggi is based in Delhi.
You can find us at the below events or email us for advice.
Courses and Applying
Advice for international students on NTU courses, how to apply and what to do after you've applied.
Check how your qualifications match our entry requirements by selecting your country. Also find English language requirements, and university preparation courses for studying at NTU.
Everything in one place: find step-by-step guidance on applying to NTU, entry requirements and Student visas. Also advice on what to do after you’ve applied, planning your journey and what to do when you arrive.
Applying for Your Visa
Our international student support team can advise you on making a successful visa application.
NTU Education Counsellors
Need more advice on your study options and application? We work very closely with a worldwide network of Education Counsellors. Find one near you.
International and European Applicants FAQs
Information for international and European applicants about applications, visas and receiving your CAS, travel, arrival and enrolment.
We offer a range of prestigious and competitive scholarships to our International students. They can help to make education more affordable and offer many other benefits.
South Asian Students and Alumni
"I have benefited immensely from the multi-dimensional approach to learning at NBS. The education here equips one to be more independent and autonomous, while being personalised to one’s needs and plans for the future."
Nidhi Sudhan, India
MBA Digital Marketing
A place for everyone
Here at NTU, we’re committed to celebrating the rich cultural diversity of our students and are advocates for the relevance of faith and belief in our global society. We hold a range of innovative activities which celebrate the diversity of beliefs present in our community.
Your future career
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 help you find part-time, volunteering, placement and graduate job opportunities.
Information for Parents and Families
Your family may have lots of other questions about student life at NTU. Please share our web page for parents and families of international students so that they can get to know NTU better and support you in your study plans.
Popular with students
We make accommodation easy. Our halls of residence are secure, inclusive of all bills, and within easy reach of campuses and amenities, giving you more time to focus on your studies, settling in, and making friends.
Life in Nottingham
Whether you’re looking for a night out or want to relax and unwind in a quiet cafe, Nottingham has something for everyone in its affordable variety of attractions, shopping venues, nightlife, and natural spaces.
Managing Your Money
Advice for international students on how much it costs to be student at NTU, budgeting advice, and guidance on working in the UK.
From K-Pop to knitting, belly dance to bowling - with over 100 societies you’ll be spoilt for choice when deciding what to get involved in here at NTU.
Join NTU on social media
We welcome you to join our international online communities. This is a good way to keep up-to-date with latest news, ask us questions and meet fellow NTU applicants, current students and alumni.