Information and entry requirements for students from Iceland
Interested in studying at Nottingham Trent University (NTU)? On this page, we’ve included everything you’ll need to know – meet NTU’s advisor for Iceland, learn about our entry requirements, and sign up to keep in touch with us.
Welcome to NTU
Hello, my name’s Chloe Tiozzo and I’m the NTU advisor for Iceland. I’m delighted you’re considering studying with us and if you have any questions I’ll be happy to help in any way I can.
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 Iceland so we can arrange to meet if you wish.
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|Your qualification||You could study|
Stúdentspróf (from Mentaskoli or a Technical/Vocational School)
5/10 for entry to Foundation/International Year One
|Stúdentspróf (from Mentaskoli or a Technical/Vocational School)|
128 UCAS Tariff points = 9/10
5/10 for entry to Undergraduate Year 2/3/Top up or Graduate Diploma
|Baccalaurreatus degree||7.5/10 for postgraduate courses requiring a 2.i|
6.5/10 for postgraduate courses requiring a 2.ii
|Candidatus/a psychologiae (Cand. pschy.)|
Candidatus/a magisterii (Cand. mag.)
A good grade in a Masters qualification is required for entry onto our research degrees.
English language requirements
To meet the University's English language entry requirements you will need one of the following:
- Stúdentspróf (from Gymnasium) (Matriculation Certificate) score of 9 (when taken as a compulsory modern language) in English
- An IELTS or other English language qualification accepted by the University at the appropriate grade
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.