Here at NTU, we’re committed to providing an inclusive learning environment for students. We want to ensure that all students are able to enjoy student life while they learn, so we offer services and support for a diverse range of experiences and identities.
Our Disability Support Service offers advice to disabled students about the services available to meet their individual needs. We'll work hard to make sure students with disabilities, specific learning difficulties or long-term illnesses have access to the support and facilities they need.
We encourage you to tell us about your particular needs when you apply. This information helps us to make the right arrangements for you and provide the best possible support, so that your experience at NTU is a positive one.
You'll find more information about our support, what funding is available and how to apply on our disabled students support page.
We welcome people from a wide range of backgrounds, including a significant number of mature students (traditionally defined as undergraduates over 21). Your background, whether it is in full-time education, working, family life or travel, will help to enrich the student experience here.
We realise that you may have some concerns about the practical aspects of student life, the transition to undergraduate study and managing your finances while you are a student. If so, our Student Services Teams are on hand to offer you advice and practical support to help you settle in to university life and find the right balance between studying and your commitments outside NTU.
You’ll find more information on our mature student support pages.
We offer specialist learning support for people with dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Take a look at our Student Services pages to find out more.
Some students combine their university studies with caring responsibilities for children. Our team can provide advice, support and information on the services available to you, to help you plan your time and finances effectively.
Our student Support Officer (Widening Participation) can offer advice, information and support to new student parents and applicants.
You'll find more information, including childcare services and financial support, on our student parents support page.
Many students combine their university studies with caring responsibilities, such as caring for children, disabled or elderly parents, or other adult dependants. Juggling external responsibilities with studies can be challenging. Our Student Support team provides information and advice to help you plan your time effectively and get the support you need.
You'll find more information about our support on our students with caring responsibilities support page.
We recognise the unique issues faced by transgender students and are committed to providing support from someone who understands your needs.
We see the 'trans' term as a broad umbrella which includes but is not limited to: transsexualism, intersex characteristics, non-binary gender identity and any process of gender reassignment, whether this is being medically assisted or not.
You’ll find information, including practical support and advice on our transgender students support page.
Our open day events are the perfect opportunity to discuss your needs with us in person. And don’t worry if you need specific support for your visit with us – the information’s available in every required format, so just email us and let us know.
You'll find contact information for all our services on our Student Services pages.
Please contact the relevant team for any questions you may have.