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The Erasmus Programme is open to undergraduate and postgraduate students from European universities who want to spend a period of time studying in the UK, earning credits to transfer back to their home university.
In order to apply to study at The University of Nottingham as an Erasmus student, there must be an Erasmus agreement between your home university and The University of Nottingham in your subject area, and you must be formally nominated to study at the University of Nottingham by your home university.
For all the information you require on how to apply, please see our online presentation Applying to Nottingham.
Erasmus students are exempt from paying any tuition fees to The University of Nottingham, provided that they have been formally nominated to study at The University of Nottingham by their home university.
Please see the online presentation How to apply to the University of Nottingham as an Erasmus student for student online application deadlines.
Nominations received after these deadlines will not be processed.
All Erasmus applicants must be current students at an overseas university or college of higher education, and must have completed at least one year of study at their home university. The minimum academic requirement is a GPA of at least 3.0 (or equivalent).
All Erasmus students (except Chemistry students) are not required to take an examination to demonstrate English language competency prior to arrival. However, you must have a good level of written and spoken English in order to ensure that you can follow modules and complete written assignments and examinations competently.
If you need to improve your English language prior to your study period you can do so at the Centre for English Language Education (CELE).
You must take the majority of your modules (at least 40 credits per semester) from your host School at The University of Nottingham – this is the academic School listed on the Erasmus agreement between The University of Nottingham and your home university. For further information on this please speak to staff at your home university.
If your host School is a department in the School of Cultures, Languages and Area studies, you must take a minimum of 20 credits per semester from this School, but you can take the remainder of your modules from one other School/Department.
To select modules, please view our online module catalogue. All applicants should consult the module guidance and FAQ list and the School module information.
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