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BSc (Hons)

Nursing - Mental Health

Clifton Campus
  • UCAS code(s): B760
  • Level(s) of study: Undergraduate
  • Study mode(s): Full-time
  • Location: Clifton Campus
  • Starting: September 2020; March 2020 TBC

As a Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) approved Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree or degree apprenticeship, you will be prepared for the roles and responsibilities of the rewarding profession as a Registered Mental Health Nurse. The programme has been designed with in collaboration with professional groups including nursing colleagues, students and service user and carers offering graduates a life-long career in mental health nursing, or health care employment and provides evidence of academic success and transferable skills within other professions. 

Applicants considering the apprenticeship route will need to be employed and ensure agreement to be released for the programme via the employer application process.

*We are currently awaiting final approval for delivery of this course from September 2020 relating to the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) new Future Nurse Standards to ensure content and context relevant to our practice learning placement partners in the Nottinghamshire and surrounding regions.  Please continue to check this course webpage for the latest developments.

What you'll study

Within the programme, via blended-learning and teaching approaches mental health student nurses will develop knowledge, skills and attributes based around holistic physical and psychological needs; preparation for clinical skills and practice learning placement experience; evidence-based and research informed decision-making; and support within career development and self-awareness as a Registered Nurse (RN) in the chosen field of nursing. 

A core element of the programme is the variety of professional practice learning placements and interprofessional experiences to enhance capability and proficiency toward your career as a ‘future nurse’.

Agile Curriculum - The 5 strands

The mental health nursing programme is focussed on an ‘agile approach’ that is designed to provide core generic and mental health nursing content by either a teacher-led, independent study approach or placement-based experiences throughout the whole programme. The programme revolves around five strands linked to mental health content and context in order to support and enhance mental health student nurse’s understanding of applied bio-, psycho-, social sciences; clinical practice and nursing skills; professional concepts, philosophies and theories; preparation for practice; and personal and professional development. 

The five strands have been developed to support core knowledge, skills, attributes and behaviours in order to prepare mental health student nurses for the specialised career from the local to international workforce in a demanding and rewarding profession. All the assessments will be focussed on mental health; whilst clinical placements will include mental health specific and elective opportunities in other fields of nursing.

  • Year One

    Core Modules

    Introduction to Nursing Practice

    The purpose of the Introduction to Nursing Practice module is to introduce mental health student nurses to the underpinning professional values and practice, evidenced-based and research-informed context of care and regulatory content based on the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (NMC) requirements toward nursing responsibilities. Introductions within evidence-based practice will support the academic writing and research abilities. There will be opportunities to consider mental health specific person-centred care, whilst practicing generic clinical and nursing skills in preparation for the first mental health clinical placement. 

    Core content around medicines management; human biological and cognitive structure and function, alongside reflective practice will support knowledge of health and wellbeing for clientele groups and self; whilst commencing your professional portfolio of evidence. As a mental health nurse you will have an introduction to common mental health disturbances and complex lived experiences. This will include exploration of Psychosocial/physical/cultural and spiritual Influences on mental health, Holistic perspectives on mental health and illness diagnosis.

    Integrative Nursing Practice

    As a developmental module, Integrative Nursing Practice will build on the mental health context and content of the introductory component to year one whilst providing additional knowledge based on the agile strands to ensure development as a novice to mental health nursing. Integrative practice as a core element whilst working as an interprofessional health care provider will prepare mental health student nurses to work as part of a wider professional team and understand the multi-disciplines in health. For mental health student nurses there will be a focus on the diagnosis and definition, pharmacology, resilience, emotional intelligence and lived experience. Communication skills and therapeutic relationship building.

    Applied Nursing Practice 1

    The first of the Applied Nursing Practice modules has a focus on the consolidation of knowledge, skills and attitudes within the first year to ensure competence as a practitioner when providing episodes of care. Increased content and context will be delivered to conclude the foundations within the academic and professional strands; alongside application of clinical and nursing skills within the nursing programme.

    Applied numeracy toward medicines optimisation, with considered reflection and analysis to support independence and self-awareness will prepare student nurses for the progression between Parts/Year 1 and Parts/Year 2 and recognition of knowledge in health care studies. With increased mental health content specific to person centred care in dementia care, trauma informed care, low intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Values-Based care, counselling and other therapeutic interventions and medicines management. Also, mental health student nurses will be supported in knowledge of human biological and cognitive processes; whilst further developing skills in reflection as a mental health practitioner.

  • Year Two

    Core Modules

    Management in Nursing Practice

    Management in Nursing Practice as the first of the second-year modules will inform advanced beginners in mental health with the knowledge and attributes of management structures, theories and practice; whilst building on interpersonal and engagement skills with mental health patients. Academic ability will be supported via review of research methodologies when accessing evidence-based literature. Opportunities to revisit person-centred care in conjunction with family-focussed nursing; with application of physical and psychological health conditions, treatment and management for mental health will support management of holistic care. 

    Clinical and nursing skills will assist with knowledge of advanced support and care, with further consideration of pharmacology as personalised mental health treatments. As a mental health student nurse, increased guidance will support care of people with diagnosis of classifications of mental illness, such as depression, dementia, psychosis, suicide and self-harm, psychopathy, etc; alongside the lived-experience and service provision.

    Coordinating Nursing Practice

    As an advancing beginner module for mental health student nurses, Coordinating Nursing Practice will revisit team-working, inter-professionality among health and social care specialities; whilst building on management contexts, supporting change process and working with significant others for those with mental health conditions. The e-nurse will be explored further in relation to the future of mental health and professional practice in the coordination of care.

    There will be enhanced content specific to long-term psychological health and the use of pharmacology and pharmacogenetics, among other therapies to support mental health and wellbeing. Investigation of increased reflective practice and decision-making processes will assist in building the professional portfolio; whilst mental health student nurses will explore understanding specific roles of mental health specialists within NHS MH and non-MH clinical, community and social care/voluntary/private sector settings and governance from legislation and policy.

    Applied Nursing Practice 2

    The second of the Applied Nursing Practice modules has a focus on mental health competencies in knowledge, skills and attitudes at the end of your second year to ensure ability as a safe practitioner when providing episodes of care for people with mental health conditions. Enhanced content and context will be delivered to conclude the interim year of the academic and professional strands; alongside application of clinical and mental health nursing skills within the specialist field of nursing.

    Applied numeracy based on enhanced skills in medicines optimisation will prepare for the progression to the final part of your mental health nursing programme; with personal analysis in reflective practice to evidence independence and increasing self-awareness and allowing for transitional skills between health care professions. Within menta health you will further develop competence in Assessing Planning, Implementing and Evaluating service users, patients and carers. Working with young people, adults, older adults, families and Carers.

  • Year Three

    Core Modules

    Leadership in Nursing Practice

    The purpose of the Leadership in Nursing Practice module will support the ongoing development and proficiency within attributes of nursing in mental health and the leadership processes, structures, theories and practice; whilst building clinical-decision making, support of peers and the required interpersonal and engagement skills. Considerations of mental health student nurse’s independent projects will be supported by exploration of evidence-based practice as a literature review and the research application. Advanced clinical skills and mental health clinical experience will support proficiency as a third-year mental health student nurse. 

    Core applied content and enhanced evidence around medicines management; understanding the physiological and mental health conditions that affect health and wellbeing of clientele groups and self; and personal reflexivity will assist in building your portfolio. As a mental health student nurse, Innovation in mental health, Ethical practice, Resilience and mindful practice. Developing skills in therapeutically supporting people with Intellectual developmental Disabilities and MH issues, people who hear voices, people who self-harm, people with cognitive deficit, people who substance abuse, etc.

    Transition to Graduate Nursing

    As a module that will revisit interprofessional education, Transition to Graduate Nursing practice will build on multidisciplinary processes and engagement as a professional and proficient provider of metal health and social care; and as a teacher in practice. Continued mental health theory and practice of health assessment processes applied to physiological and mental health and wellbeing of the deteriorating patient and patient in crisis; whilst application of medicines and therapeutic interventions will support proficiency toward registration.

    As a transitional practice learning placement block student mental health nurses will be consolidating knowledge, skills and professional attributes toward registration and preparation for proficiency in professional practice. As a key to professional development, mental health research and development, Therapeutic care approaches such as Recovery planning, Distress tolerance, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused brief therapy techniques, relapse prevention and lived experience will be evaluated.

    Progression to Graduate Nursing

    Progression to Nursing Graduate practice ensures the student nurses in mental health have has expertise for registration drawing on their ability to manage care needs for mental health patients, client groups and teams; whilst also supporting and mentoring colleagues as a leader. To ensure preparation for clinical practice the module supports the consolidation of knowledge, skills and expert ability toward sign-off as a registrant on the NMC register.

    This module will also see the progression and application of written ability in student nurse’s independent mental health project and support toward publication as a teaching and learning aid.Progression to Graduate Nursing practice assists student mental health nurses in the completion of their programme and consideration for continuing professional development. Also, within the module will be Planning care and leading development, lived experience and service design. Reducing restrictive practice, critical perspectives in mental health, legal issues such as power of attorney, court of protection and advance directives.

How you’re taught

In order to provide you with an excellent experience NTU are investing in the future nurse with the development and build of new teaching and learning facilities alongside resources already available at the forefront of education in this award-winning university. Your knowledge, skills and professional attributes will be supported via a range of diverse delivery methods based on blended-learning activities including:

  • individual and group personal tutor contact
  • face-to-face classroom lectures / seminars / workshops / scale-up
  • group and interprofessional discussions and / or activities
  • online learning and / or protected learning activities
  • clinical skills practice and simulated skills application within the clinical skills suites
  • application of virtual reality (VR) and online learning communities and resources
  • problem-based learning (PBL) and / or project-based learning (PrBL)
  • experiential practice / work-based learning (WBL)
  • off-the-job training.

Assessment methods

  • Year 1: Clinical Skills / Practical Activity / Numeracy Exam / Written Work
  • Year 2: Clinical Skills / Practical Activity / Numeracy Exam / Presentation / Written Work
  • Year 3: Clinical Skills / Practical Activity / Numeracy Exam / Presentation / Written Work and Independent Study

Contact hours

A full-time student on average can expect to spend a combined minimum of 4,600 hours in theory and practice learning placement over the whole programme which will vary in each year dependent on the programme opted for and is subject to change, e.g.:

BSc Nurse Degree [ND]

  • Year 1: 903 hours in theory and skills blocks / 681 hours in practice learning placements
  • Year 2: 787.5 hours in theory and skills blocks / 793.5 hours in practice learning placements
  • Year 3: 678 hours in theory and skills blocks / 903 hours in practice learning placements

BSc Nurse Degree Apprenticeship [NDA]

  • Year 1: 1063 hours in theory and skills blocks / 681 hours in practice learning placements
  • Year 2: 950.5 hours in theory and skills blocks / 793.5 hours in practice learning placements
  • Year 3: 838 hours in theory and skills blocks / 903 hours in practice learning placements

Contact hours

A full-time student on average can expect to spend 1200 hours a year learning which will typically be broken down as follows:

Tutorials with staff

As professionals supporting future professionals, tutorial support is key within the nursing programme with various contact time built in to the course. A personal tutor will be allocated to you for one-to-one and group activities; module leads will assist with module delivery and content guidance; and skills tutors will assist in clinical application. Within this contact time there will be opportunity to:

  • discuss and gain feedback about your work
  • ask questions about the coursework you're working on
  • raise any difficulties you are experiencing relating to your work, your personal circumstances, or your university experience
  • use reflective practice to support personal and professional development

During the programme you will gain advice, guidance and support from your personal tutor in academic study, practice learning placement development, and provide direction in personal circumstances.

Independent study

Assessment methods on the course include but are not limited to:

  • OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examinations) - Practical demonstrations of skills in a simulated environment
  • Practice Educators observations of competency in practice
  • An E-portfolio (PebblePad)
  • Case studies
  • Reflective accounts
  • Presentations
  • Academic posters
  • Essays
  • Multiple-choice and short-answer question exams.
  • Simulated Multi-disciplinary meetings
  • Moot Court case

Clinical and nursing skills

As a core element of nursing registration, you will be signed off in clinical and nursing practical skills based in teaching, learning and training. These nursing skills can be delivered within the skills laboratories alongside simulated activities that are designed to support progression to the practice learning placements whereby you will further practice and be introduced to key nursing skills specific to the placement area.  A record of these skills and contact hours will be recorded via an e-portfolio to evidence your achievements throughout the programme.

Learning from experts

In preparing to be health care professionals of the future, you will be taught knowledge, skills and attributes from nurses and health and social care tutors with a variety of experience within their professions and as academic scholars; and student nominated award winning staff. Current and key research and consultation has led to the development of this programme in which you as student nurses will be informed, and you will inform the programmes’ ongoing development.

Clinical and nursing skills

As a core element of nursing registration, you will be signed off in clinical and nursing practical skills based in teaching, learning and training. These nursing skills can be delivered within the skills laboratories alongside simulated activities that are designed to support progression to the practice learning placements whereby you will further practice and be introduced to key nursing skills specific to the placement area.  A record of these skills and contact hours will be recorded via an e-portfolio to evidence your achievements throughout the programme.

Careers and employability

NHS England1 has identified they would be increasing funding for health care professional roles by 2023/4 to £20.5 billion, and the House of Commons Health Committee2 advised that the nursing workforce must increase per year proposing that approximately 22,000 new nurses will be required to qualify from 2021.

1) Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. (2018). The Government response to the Health and Social Care Select Committee Second Report of the Session 2017-19, ‘The Nursing Workforce’. UK: APS Group on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office

2) House of Commons Health Committee. (2018). The nursing workforce – Second Report of session 2017-19. House of Commons: London

Some of the job titles below give an indication of the careers that graduate nurses can follow:

  • Registered Nurse Adult
  • Community / District Nurse
  • Practice Nurse
  • Sister / Charge Nurse
  • Matron
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Advanced Nurse Practitioner
  • Consultant Nurse
  • Lead Nurse

Excellent work experience opportunities

As a core element of the nurse training you will have nursing field specific practice learning placement experiences throughout each year of the course providing valuable essential skills to support care for health and wellbeing. Throughout each practice learning placement experience you will complete an e-portfolio of evidence to guide you toward registration as a future nurse.

Having collaboration and partnerships in practice we have links with a variety of professional nursing areas to ensure a broad range of experiences for each student nurse. During the second and third year of your programme you will have the opportunity of an elective practice learning placement which can be in an alternative field of practice to provide a deeper understanding and experience toward your career development.

Your career development

As a future nurse, our programme will prepare you for graduation with a BSc Honours degree and provide you with a profession that is recognised world-wide. On the degree pathway, with the transferable knowledge and skills you could be eligible for a:

- Certificate in Higher Education in Health Care Studies on completion of year 1

- Diploma in Higher Education in Health Care Studies on completion of year 2

Whilst completion of year 3 will provide registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council in order to practice as a RNA or RNMH, and local placement providers can provide the opportunity for future employment and continuing professional development. To enhance your CV the university has a variety of in-house resources to assist you in enhancing your employability.

Our Employability team

Nottingham Trent University has a dedicated Employability team located across campuses with advice and guidance toward work experience, voluntary work and specialist support whilst as a student nurse. The employability team includes the Acceler8 Award that is designed to enhance achievements and develop a ‘broader range of skills and experiences’ that improve employability and to assist student nurses to ‘stand out from the crowd.

Entry requirements

For September 2020 entry you will need:

  • 112 UCAS Tariff points from either:
  • 3 A Levels: BBC
  • BTEC Extended Diploma Level 3: DDM
  • Access to HE Diploma: D15 & M30
  • NVQ Level 3 in related subject (e.g. Health or Care related)
  • FdSc Nursing Associate
  • the equivalent of 5 GCSE’s as either:
    3 GCSE’s including English, Maths and Health or Science Related Subject grades C / 4-5 and above
    BTEC Level 2 Certificate: MMM / Functional Skills Level 2 English and Maths

Applicants would be expected to have 100 hours of work experience in order to show evidence of:

- professional knowledge, attitudes and behaviours

- communication and interpersonal skills

- transferable skills and practice

We also consider equivalent qualifications and combinations as applicable. Please see our website, UCAS Course Search or contact Module Leads for more details.

Personal statement

In addition to the entry requirements listed above, you will need to submit a personal statement demonstrating:

  • understanding of the role of a nurse specific to Adult or Mental health and current nursing issues
  • insight into the professional, regulatory and statutory aspects of nursing and current nurse training
  • your health care work experience (paid or unpaid), and how this relates to nursing
  • length of time spent in relevant experience, and how this makes you suitable for nurse training.

Other requirements

You will also need to:

  • undertake an interview with a lecturer, clinical practitioner and service user, and complete a writing skills and numeracy test
  • provide a satisfactory good character and good health declaration check with attendance at occupational health
  • completion of an enhanced-level Disclosure and Barring Service check

There may also be other recommendations, such as a vaccination programme, before any placements can be undertaken.

Interview dates

Interview dates for 2020 entry are:

TBC

Interview dates may be subject to change and will be confirmed to successful applicants when they are invited to interview.

Important information

Adult nursing and Mental Health nursing at NTU has a limited number of places available to ensure that you receive a good quality placement experience. In exceptional circumstances this may result in the course becoming full before you have completed the admissions process. In this situation we will offer you the opportunity to be considered for the following year’s entry.

The UCAS Tariff

We’ve created this calculator to help you work out how many UCAS points your qualifications relate to.

Getting in touch

If you need any more help or information, please email our Admissions team or call +44 (0)115 848 4200.

For September 2020 entry you will need:

  • 112 UCAS Tariff points from either:
  • 3 A Levels: BBC
  • BTEC Extended Diploma Level 3: DDM
  • Access to HE Diploma: D15 & M30
  • NVQ Level 3 in related subject (e.g. Health or Care related)
  • FdSc Nursing Associate
  • the equivalent of 5 GCSE’s as either:
    3 GCSE’s including English, Maths and Health or Science Related Subject grades C / 4-5 and above
    BTEC Level 2 Certificate: MMM / Functional Skills Level 2 English and Maths

Applicants would be expected to have 100 hours of work experience in order to show evidence of:

- professional knowledge, attitudes and behaviours

- communication and interpersonal skills

- transferable skills and practice

We also consider equivalent qualifications and combinations as applicable. Please see our website, UCAS Course Search or contact Module Leads for more details.

Personal statement

In addition to the entry requirements listed above, you will need to submit a personal statement demonstrating:

  • understanding of the role of a nurse specific to Adult or Mental health and current nursing issues
  • insight into the professional, regulatory and statutory aspects of nursing and current nurse training
  • your health care work experience (paid or unpaid), and how this relates to nursing
  • length of time spent in relevant experience, and how this makes you suitable for nurse training.

Other requirements

You will also need to:

  • undertake an interview with a lecturer, clinical practitioner and service user, and complete a writing skills and numeracy test
  • provide a satisfactory good character and good health declaration check with attendance at occupational health
  • completion of an enhanced-level Disclosure and Barring Service check

There may also be other recommendations, such as a vaccination programme, before any placements can be undertaken.

Interview dates

Interview dates for 2020 entry are:

TBC

Interview dates may be subject to change and will be confirmed to successful applicants when they are invited to interview.

Important information

Adult nursing and Mental Health nursing at NTU has a limited number of places available to ensure that you receive a good quality placement experience. In exceptional circumstances this may result in the course becoming full before you have completed the admissions process. In this situation we will offer you the opportunity to be considered for the following year’s entry.

The UCAS Tariff

We’ve created this calculator to help you work out how many UCAS points your qualifications relate to.

Getting in touch

If you need any more help or information, please email our Admissions team or call +44 (0)115 848 4200.

How to apply

If you want to be a registered nurse in Adult or Mental Health, apply today by clicking the Apply button at the top of the page and follow the instructions for applying. Make sure you check the entry requirements above carefully before you do.

Writing your application and personal statement

This is your opportunity to sell yourself by telling us who you are today and who you want to be in the future. Write about why you want to be a nurse and why your knowledge, skills and previous experiences are important to this profession. What subjects have you studied that are important to you and to nursing; what work experience have you had that has made an impact on you and may help you in nursing; what hobbies and interest do you have. For more hints and tips, take a look at our page on how to write a good personal statement

Keeping up to date

After you’ve applied, we’ll be sending you important emails throughout the application process – so check your emails regularly, including your junk mail folder

You can get more information and advice about applying to NTU on our Your Application page. Good luck with your application!

Please read our notes on the University's commitment to delivering the educational services advertised.

Fees and funding

Preparing for the financial side as  a student nurse will be very important as you will be studying for 45 weeks of the year, but there’s no need to feel anxious and confused about it. We hope that our fees and funding pages will answer all your questions

Getting in touch

For more advice and guidance, you can contact our Student Financial Support Service.

Tel: +44 (0)115 848 2494

Additional costs and funding

The government revised the funding stream for nurse training in 2017 where student nurses would be eligible for student loans toward their education as the bursary system is no longer in place within England. Students will be funded for and provided with NTU’s practice learning placement uniforms although: additional items may incur a cost; and some placement providers may not require uniform but professional clothing that will not be funded.

Assistance with funding, scholarship and financial awards may be available via independent sponsors, please visit:

- Royal College of Nursing – Scholarships and bursaries

- UCAS – Additional Funding

- Top Universities - Nursing- Scholarships - Around the World

Please read our notes on the University's commitment to delivering the educational services advertised.

If you want to be a registered nurse in Adult or Mental Health, apply today by clicking the Apply button at the top of the page and follow the instructions for applying. Make sure you check the entry requirements above carefully before you do.

Writing your application and personal statement

This is your opportunity to sell yourself by telling us who you are today and who you want to be in the future. Write about why you want to be a nurse and why your knowledge, skills and previous experiences are important to this profession. What subjects have you studied that are important to you and to nursing; what work experience have you had that has made an impact on you and may help you in nursing; what hobbies and interest do you have. For more hints and tips, take a look at our page on how to write a good personal statement

Keeping up to date

After you’ve applied, we’ll be sending you important emails throughout the application process – so check your emails regularly, including your junk mail folder

You can get more information and advice about applying to NTU on our Your Application page. Good luck with your application!

Please read our notes on the University's commitment to delivering the educational services advertised.

Fees and funding

Preparing for the financial side as  a student nurse will be very important as you will be studying for 45 weeks of the year, but there’s no need to feel anxious and confused about it. We hope that our fees and funding pages will answer all your questions

Getting in touch

For more advice and guidance, you can contact our Student Financial Support Service.

Tel: +44 (0)115 848 2494

Additional costs and funding

The government revised the funding stream for nurse training in 2017 where student nurses would be eligible for student loans toward their education as the bursary system is no longer in place within England. Students will be funded for and provided with NTU’s practice learning placement uniforms although: additional items may incur a cost; and some placement providers may not require uniform but professional clothing that will not be funded.

Assistance with funding, scholarship and financial awards may be available via independent sponsors, please visit:

- Royal College of Nursing – Scholarships and bursaries

- UCAS – Additional Funding

- Top Universities - Nursing- Scholarships - Around the World

Please read our notes on the University's commitment to delivering the educational services advertised.

Fees and funding

Fees for 2019 entry (2020 fees TBC)

Study routeHome (UK/EU students)
Full-time£9,250

Fees may be subject to change.

* Please note that if you are considering a part-time route that runs over more than one year, the tuition fee stated is for Year One of study. The course fee for Year Two is subject to annual review.

Funding your studies

Preparing for the financial side of student life is important, but there's no need to feel anxious and confused about it. We hope that our fees and funding pages will answer all your questions.

There are numerous sources of funding available for postgraduate students, both from external sources such as the Government and funding bodies, and from the University.

There are two main costs involved with postgraduate study: the cost of your tuition fees which is paid directly to the University, and living expenses such as accommodation, travel and food.

You might be able to get a scholarship to help fund your studies, We award scholarships to those students who can demonstrate excellent achievement, passion and dedication to their studies.

Please take a look at our postgraduate fees and funding page for information about sourcing grants, bursaries and scholarships, and much more.

Getting in touch

For more advice and guidance, you can contact our Student Financial Support Service.

Tel: +44 (0)115 848 2494

While we aim to keep any extra study costs to a minimum, please see our page on additional costs and optional extras to find out about any additional expenses you may incur on your course.
Study routeInternational
Full-time£13,900

Fees may be subject to change.

* Please note that if you are considering a part-time route that runs over more than one year, the tuition fee stated is for Year One of study. The course fee for Year Two is subject to annual review.

Funding your studies

We offer prestigious scholarships to new international students holding offers to study at the University.

For more information on these and other opportunities for funding please visit our international scholarships page.

For information on how to pay your fees to the University please visit our international fee payment page.

Getting in touch

For more advice and guidance, you can contact our Student Financial Support Service.

Tel: +44 (0)115 848 2494

While we aim to keep any extra study costs to a minimum, please see our page on additional costs and optional extras to find out about any additional expenses you may incur on your course.

Still need help?

Enquiry Team
+44 (0)115 848 4460