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Welcome to a postgraduate student experience like no other.

We put students at the heart of everything and constantly invest in our campuses, teaching, and support services - that's why we’re ranked first for postgraduate study, as voted for by our students at the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2023.

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We're delighted to have offered you a place on a postgraduate course. Our teaching quality, student experience and world-leading research has helped to secure the title of The Times and Sunday Times Modern University of the Year 2023, so you can be confident you'll have access to all the help and support you need during your time here.

What to do next

Log in to the Applicant Portal to see the details of your offer, including any conditions.

If you’ve applied for a Nottingham Institute of Education course, you’ll need to log in to the UCAS Hub to see the details of your offer, including any conditions.

If you’ve applied for more than one course, you’ll receive a separate decision for each course.

If your offer is:

  • conditional - you’ll be expected to meet the conditions to be accepted onto the course
  • unconditional - you’ll have no further conditions to meet
  • dependent on statutory checks (i.e., DBS) - you’ll be contacted directly

If you're an international student, take a look at the international offer hub for more advice and information.

Accept your offer on the Applicant Portal. You have approximately eight weeks to accept your offer, your offer will expire after this time.

Offers can be reinstated but courses fill up quick and we can’t guarantee you a space on the course if your offer has expired.

If you’ve applied for a Nottingham Institute of Education teacher training course you’ll can accept your offer on the UCAS Hub. These courses have different deadlines.

Log in to the Applicant Portal and use the ‘My Documents’ section to upload documents (i.e. qualification transcripts or certificates), providing evidence that you’ve satisfied the conditions.

You’ll also need to present your original documents on arrival at NTU to complete your enrolment.

If you have any questions about your offer, you can contact us at Ask NTU or call +44 (0)115 848 4200.

Our funding opportunities, scholarships, bursaries and generous alumni discounts could offset the costs of your postgraduate studies. We'll do all we can to help you.

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Postgraduate and mature student accommodation

Many of our residences are suitable or exclusively for postgraduate or mature students, with university shared houses on campus and studios in Gill Street North on City Campus and New Hall on Clifton Campus.

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Commuting to NTU

Nottingham is easily accessible and many of our postgraduates choose to commute to University. Find out about your travel options and the on-campus facilities.

Commuting to university

Student reviews

Find out what life at NTU is like from the people that know us best - our current students.

Chat with our community

Our current postgraduate students and staff are available to chat online and answer your questions about your course, the city, halls of residence and student life – ask anything and everything you want to know.

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the next steps on your journey to NTU, please check out our list of frequently asked questions.

If you can’t find the answer you need, use our enquiry form to contact our friendly team.

If you're an international student you may like to get more guidance from our specialist international teams.