We want you to make the most of your NTU experience. That means treating you as an individual, and providing tailored, useful support – whether it’s physical, emotional, spiritual, financial or academic.
We’re committed to getting you the right help from the right people, and ensuring that all of our students have the same opportunities to succeed.
We are currently working hard to provide you with the detail of how we will deliver our support services whilst keeping the safety of our students and colleagues as our priority. You can find out how the NTU community is responding by viewing our dedicated Coronavirus site.
Whether it’s academic support, financial advice, or a health issue—talk to us. We’re here for whatever you need, whenever you need us.
CERT Student Mentors
CERT Mentors play an important role in helping new students settle in to life at NTU.
Support for international students
We want you to get all the support you need as an international student, from helping you to settle in to helping you out with visa issues.
Your health and wellbeing
We offer 1-2-1 support and plenty of online resources to look after your mind, and when it comes to your body we believe keeping active is key to a balanced lifestyle. Whether you're encountering problems yourself, or worried about a friend we’re here to offer the guidance you need.
Your voice has...
You regularly give us feedback about your experience at NTU, through surveys such as the National Student Survey, School Student Fora, the Students’ Union and through verbal feedback. We listen to this and make improvements across the University that have a positive impact on your student experience. Explore our new ‘Your voice has…’ web pages using the tabs below to search for improvements in your school, and other areas such as Library, IT, Employability, Global Opportunities and more.
NTU Students Union
Representing your needs and views as a student is a huge priority of the Students' Union. Whether it's our Academic Reps or our Executive Officers, we have a range of people in place to represent you on all aspects of your experience at the University, making sure that your voice is heard.
Transferring or leaving your study
If you are considering leaving your studies, or wish to transfer to another university, we can help you consider your options. As part of the Midlands Credit Compass, we will help you to transfer between the following universities: Birmingham City, Coventry, Derby, Lincoln, Nottingham Trent, and Wolverhampton. View the Midlands Enterprise Universities website for further information.
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