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We currently have 140 students* from Pakistan studying at The University of Nottingham - find out how you can join them here.
* Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) 2011/12
Below is an approximate guide to entry requirements for students from Pakistan for admission to The University of Nottingham at the following levels.
Students who have taken the Intermediate/Higher Education Secondary School Examinations (Year 12) are usually required to take a foundation course.
Students are required to achieve an overall First Division pass (60%+), including at least 60% in relevant subjects - for example: Maths and Physics for the Engineering Foundation.
For further information about our foundation options, please visit our undergraduate prospectus.
Find out how to apply.
Students with two or three-year Bachelor degrees may seek admission to advanced years of undergraduate courses. In general students with a first division (60%+) degree can be considered for the following:
Students taking A levels or the IB should refer to the online undergraduate prospectus for entry requirements.
Students taking APs or SATIIs should refer to entry requirements for the USA.
To be considered for masters programmes students must achieve a first division pass in a 4-year bachelor honours degree.
Students who have a 2 or 3-year bachelor degree must also have a first division pass in a masters degree .
Where a CGPA is given a minimum score of 3 out of 4 is required at either bachelor or masters level.
For more information, please see our postgraduate prospectus.
A masters and bachelors degree from a recognised university are usually required for PhD entry, although exceptional students may be considered for PhD entry without a masters qualification.
Typical minimum entry requirements from Pakistani universities are First Division pass, 60% or GPA 3.0 out of 4.
For all research degrees, we recommend that you make initial enquiries with a potential supervisor or the relevant University of Nottingham school / department before applying. A research proposal is required when submitting your application.
To study at Nottingham, you will need to demonstrate a required level of English language proficiency. In addition to the more common language qualifications - such as IELTS, TOEFL, (I)GCSE, O level, IB and A and AS level English - the University also considers a number of other English language qualifications for admission.
Our Centre for English Language Education (CELE) offers a range of English language courses.
These courses are designed to prepare international students with the required language skills for academic study at The University of Nottingham.
Staff from the University of Nottingham make regular visits to your country. Come along and meet us, and we'll be happy to discuss any questions you have about living and studying in Nottingham.
For details of upcoming visits, see our meet us page.
We work with a number of appointed representatives (agents) in many countries who can help you with the application process and all of the next steps to your arrival at Nottingham.
List of overseas representatives
List of overseas representatives
The British Council’s website and in-country offices can also be a useful source of information.
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