NTU and South East Asia
Join a university that's been welcoming students from South East 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 East Asia Team
We're delighted you’re considering studying here. Rebecca, Rachel, Rosanna and Katy are all based in Nottingham while Chi is based in Vietnam. You can email us for advice or with any questions.
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.
Our South East Asian Students and Alumni
"I love studying here because my tutor inspires me to create my own style. I understand my thoughts better, and figured out what I love to do."
Tan Kraipuk, Thailand, MA Photography
Your international experience
The NTU experience needn’t start and end with your degree. To make the most of your time at university, get involved in life outside your lectures – whether that’s music, sport, faith, volunteering, NTSU, or one of our many societies.
Whatever your interests, you’ll have the chance to meet new people, try new things, and boost your CV.
Join a society
With over 120 societies to tempt you with, you’ll be spoilt for choice when deciding what to get involved with here at NTU!
Faith and Chaplaincy
NTU Faith and Chaplaincy is committed to supporting the faith, spirituality and wellbeing of all students and staff here at NTU.
With over 60 sports clubs, sport scholarships, two gyms and a range of fitness classes on campus and online, there’s something for everyone here, whether you’re an expert or a complete beginner.
Get into volunteering
Volunteering is a great way of not only helping the local community, but also helping yourself. In the current job market standing out from the crowd is essential, and volunteering could give you that vital competitive edge.
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.
We're here to support you
Pre sessional English
PEAP is designed to develop the academic English language and study skills needed to study at NTU. If you're an international student needing help achieving our language requirements, it is the best preparation.
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In sessional Academic English
We continue to support your English language once you begin your course. Our academic English classes help to develop the academic language and literacy skills all students need to make the most of their studies.
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Our award-winning support teams across the University offer advice and guidance throughout your time as a student here. They can help with anything from financial support to health and well being.
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We have a strong relationship with our NTU Education Counsellors. These are external agencies based all over the world who can give you and your family accurate and helpful advice about studying at NTU.
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