Being at NTU
Whether you're new or returning to NTU, you’re part of our NTU Community, and we’re here for you every step of the way. We want you to feel confident, prepared, and excited about life at NTU and to experience everything we, and the city of Nottingham, have to offer.New to NTU? Complete your starter's checklist
Ten days. Hundreds of events. One unforgettable adventure.
Taking place from 17 to 26 September, Welcome is the perfect opportunity to experience different cultures, meet new people and make friends.
Working together with Nottingham Trent Students’ Union (NTSU), we’ve put together ten days and nights of events to give you the ultimate taster of everything that’s on offer here.
We'll be releasing more information about Welcome soon with a dedicated website, where you'll find every event – across all of our campuses. Not on campus every day? No problem! There are lots of activities and events taking place online too.
In the meantime check out Trent Freshers to get the latest updates on NTSU's ultimate Freshers experience.
Get yourself ready for university life
Visit the NTU Student Newsroom to read how our Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Edward Peck is looking ahead to Term One.
How to Enrol
To officially register as a student with NTU, you will need to enrol at the start of every academic year. Once your course has started, you have 14 days to complete the enrolment process, but we encourage you to complete your enrolment as soon as possible.
Your Course Induction
Course inductions take place in the first few weeks of term and are designed to introduce you to your course and how you'll learn at NTU – from our online teaching tools, to the buildings and facilities that you'll use as part of your studies.
Arranging your Funding
Before you arrive at NTU it’s important that you make sure your funding is in place. Here we explain how to arrange your student finance and how your student finance payments are released.
From the moment you arrive there’s plenty to consider, the little details may not be exciting, but they are important!
Preparing for Your Studies
Studying at university level may be a different learning experience than you’re used to. Whether you're an undergraduate or postgraduate student, it helps to know what to expect when you start your studies with us, and where to get help if you need it.
Preparing for Student Life
Whether you’re moving away from home for the first time or returning to study after working, coming to university can be a big change. There’s so much going on at NTU for you to discover and get involved in.
Your health and wellbeing
Looking after Yourself and Others
Here at NTU we're committed to ensuring you've got access to tailored support and opportunities to help you to succeed. 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.
Protecting the NTU Community from COVID-19
Your safety and the safety of our community is paramount. That's why it's really important that if you suspect that you may have symptoms of Coronavirus that you know what to do, not only to protect yourself but to protect those around you.
Here's why our students love Nottingham:
Get in touch
If you've got a question about being at NTU – just ask.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)115 848 6060 and select option 1. Lines are open Monday to Friday 8.30 am – 5 pm, excluding Bank Holidays.
Advice for parents and guardians
If your son, daughter or young person receives an offer from us, we'll send them a link to our starting at NTU checklist to help them prepare, along with lots of information about Welcome, and the support available to them while they're here.
But as parents and carers, we know you’ll have your own questions – find the answers, ideas, and tips to help them settle in quickly.
You can also sign up for regular updates from us about life at NTU.