Terms and conditions
View information about the Terms, Conditions and Regulations which apply to offers made by the University.
In accepting the offer of a place at the University you are also accepting the Terms and Conditions and agreeing to comply with the University’s Regulations, Rules, Codes, Policies and Procedures (the Regulations) that apply to enrolled students.
If you accept the University’s offer of a place on a course we strongly recommend that you download and save these documents for future reference, as they form your contract with the University.
If you have any queries about these Terms and Conditions, or any other aspect of your offer of a place, you are advised to email the University’s Admissions office in the first instance.
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Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions
The document sent to you as part of the University's offer of a place (copy provided here for completeness).
Student Privacy Notice
Sets out the arrangements for the University’s collection and use of students’ personal data.
Regulations for Overseas (non-EEA) Students
The regulations and obligations through which students and the University fulfil the requirements of UK immigration legislation.
Course Cancellation Form
The form to cancel your place on a course.
Student Protection Plan
The plan which sets out what you can expect to happen should NTU close a course, a campus or the University. The purpose of the plan is to ensure that you can continue and complete your studies, or be compensated if this is not possible.
How to make a complaint
The process for providing feedback, making a complaint and who to contact.
Student Code of Behaviour
The higher education Student Code of Behaviour lays out standards of behaviour expected from undergraduate and postgraduate students and the procedures followed in cases of alleged misconduct.
The further education Student Code of Behaviour lays out standards of behaviour expected from further education students and the procedures followed in cases of alleged misconduct.
Data protection and privacy
The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) governs all data that companies hold on individuals. Find out what this means for NTU and how we manage your personal data.
Our privacy statement explains what types of personal information will be gathered when you visit our website(s) or use our digital services, and how this information will be used.
Fitness to Study Policy and Procedure
Nottingham Trent University is committed to providing a supportive environment for its students and recognises that the wellbeing of students is critical to their learning, academic achievement and wider student experience. This Policy and Procedure will apply in situations where a student's health, wellbeing and / or behaviour are having a detrimental impact on their ability to progress academically and function effectively at the University.
The Use of Faith Facilities policy
The University provides facilities for prayer and other faith activities across all campuses. This document gives information about the location of these facilities and the policy for their use.
Below is a non-exhaustive list of the most important Regulations, which are also available to view in the Student Handbook.
The procedure for bringing an appeal against decisions made by a Board of Examiners.
Academic Irregularities Code of Practice
The principles and procedures by which the University manages allegations of academic irregularities.
Academic Standards and Quality Handbook
Sets out the policies, procedures, processes, regulations and guidance that define and assure the academic standards and quality of the University’s academic portfolio.
The procedure through which students can pursue complaints about their learning experience.
- Student Complaint Form Level 1 – Early Resolution at Local Level
- Student Complaint Form Level 2 – Formal Stage
- Student Complaint Form Level 3 – Complaint Review Stage
Code of Practice on Freedom of Speech
The Code of Practice by which the rights and obligations associated with freedom of speech and expression operate at NTU.
Common Assessment Regulations
The framework of principles and regulations for assessment across all Schools and Courses of the University. The regulations are in the relevant sections page linked above.
Computer Use Regulations
The procedures with which users must comply when using University computer systems and resources.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy
The policy which sets out the University’s commitment to an inclusive and supportive environment for all members of its community.
Examination Code of Conduct
These guidelines cover examination procedures for students at Nottingham Trent University.
Fee Payment Conditions
The conditions applicable to the payment of all types of fees for tuition and other services/facilities provided to students with the exception of online learning courses.
Online learning fee payment conditions
The conditions applicable to the payment of all course/module related fees provided to students for online-learning courses.
Intellectual Property Policy for Students
The University’s policy on the ownership and management of Intellectual Property generated by students.
Notification of Extenuating Circumstances Procedure
The procedure by which students can notify the University and seek guidance on circumstances which have adversely affected their academic performance.
Procedure for Investigating Alleged Research Misconduct
The framework through which allegations of misconduct in research are dealt with.
Regulations Applicable to Research Students
The regulations which set out the key aspects of arrangements for research students. The regulations documents are in the NTU Doctorate Plus Programme section of the page linked above.
Refund and Compensation Policy
Sets out the circumstances in which the University will refund tuition fees and other relevant costs to students and provide compensation where necessary if the University is no longer able to preserve continuation of study for one or more students.