What to do next
Congratulations on your offer. On this page you’ll find practical steps about what to do next to get a confirmed place at NTU. You’re now also eligible to apply for one of our scholarships – good luck!
Understanding your offer
Your offer to study with us will be either conditional or unconditional.
The majority of offers for international students are conditional. Here’s what that means:
You must meet some requirements (criteria) – such as demonstrating that you have achieved the required grades – before you can be officially accepted on to the course.
You’ve met all the requirements (criteria) and can secure your place on the course if you accept your offer within 4 weeks of receiving it.
Follow our step by step advice below to accept and follow up on your offer.
Step by step advice
How to accept your offer
As soon as you receive your offer, please read it carefully and accept it.
Accepting your conditional offer means that you’ve reserved a place on the course.
It does not mean the place is guaranteed – you’ll still need to meet the conditions of the offer.
It is simple to accept your offer, you do this online either:
Meeting the conditions of your offer
The most common examples of conditions (requirements) for international students are:
- English language
- providing qualifications and other documents
- making an advanced payment
Upload any documents you have that can support your application as soon as you have them.
These include qualification transcripts and certificates from your school or university which show your grades, including your English language certificate (e.g. IELTS) if this is one of your conditions.
Taking action to meet your conditions as soon as you can is really important if you’re applying for a visa.
This is because you’ll need a CAS (Certificate of Acceptance for Studies) number from us before you apply for the visa.
We can’t produce a CAS number until you’ve met your conditions and uploaded your supporting documents.
Check your email – the one you used in your application – regularly for messages from us.
What to do
- upload your documents on our applicant portal using the 'my documents' screen
- if you've applied through UCAS email your documents to us
- apply for a Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (PEAP) course if this is one of your conditions, you can also do this on the applicant portal
- make your advanced payment through Western Union or through our online store.
Making your advanced payment
Usually the final condition (requirement) you'll need to meet is to make your advanced payment to the University and to upload a copy of your passport.
You can upload a copy of your passport on the applicant portal using the 'my documents' screen or email it to us firstname.lastname@example.org if you’ve applied through UCAS. When we receive your advanced payment and all your supporting documents we'll make your offer unconditional which means you have a confirmed, guaranteed place on the course.
Preparing for your visa application
If you’re applying for a visa you’ll need to plan carefully as it can take a lot longer than you expect.
For a Tier 4 student visa, for example, one of the things you’ll need to do is show that you have enough money, and you’ll need to save this money in a bank account for at least 28 days before you apply.
What to do
Now you have an offer you're eligible to apply for one of our scholarships.
You'll find all the details on our scholarships web page, including an application form.