NTU is one of the most sustainable universities in the world and we have been awarded Green Flags for our Brackenhurst and Clifton campuses. We have approximately 27,000 students (HESA 2014 / 15) and have invested £350 million since 2003 across our three campuses to create an inspiring learning environment.
Meet Kevin Cahill CBE, Chief Executive at Comic Relief and the new Chancellor here at NTU.
We offer great employment prospects to students at all levels. 94% of our graduates and 95% of our postgraduates are employed or engaged in further study six months after leaving (according to DLHE undergraduate and postgraduate survey results 2014 / 15).
Remember that paying for university isn’t just all about the tuition fees. There are also day-to-day living costs such as accommodation, food, books, travel – and going out, of course!
We estimate that you’ll need around £8,000 per year to spend on basic living costs if you move out of home and go to university – but this obviously depends on your lifestyle.
Managing your money may not seem like the most exciting aspect of student life, but it’ll help you to start thinking about it now. Take a look at our guide to managing your money for hints and tips on budgeting and keeping on top of your finances while you’re at university.
What if I'm an international student?
We can guarantee you accommodation
If you’re an international student at Nottingham Trent University, we can guarantee you a place in University-allocated accommodation if you have:
You can choose to stay in any of our residences, although Sandby residence on the City site is particularly popular with international students.
- accepted a place on a full-time course
- made us your first choice of university
- paid your £200 deposit by the 31 July.
£5291.44 - £5291.44 per annum
£3933.16 - £4358.2 per annum
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