The School of Computer Science welcomes applications from international students and we have students from many parts of the world studying here. We offer the opportunity for Chinese students to complete their undergraduate degree at the Nottingham campus, and exchange opportunities in Malaysia
Entry requirements and applications
Detailed entry requirements for individual countries can be found on the International Office pages.
For course details please see our Undergraduate Prospectus
Applications to study for an undergraduate degree in the United Kingdom should be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service UCAS.
A note to international students regarding applications
- Submit applications as early as possible.
- An offer of a place is needed for many of the scholarships available to international students and closing dates can often be early in the year.
- You will need to have an unconditional offer of a place on your course and be able to show that you have secured funding before you can apply for your student visa.
English language requirements
All courses in the School are taught and assessed in English so it is important that international students have a good command of the English language.
Please see the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Prospectuses for details of individual course requirements
The University’s Centre for English Language Education (CELE) runs a number of preparatory English programmes each summer and, for extra support during your degree, you can attend the free language classes it runs, which cover a wide variety of needs from spoken English to academic writing.
See our Undergraduate Fees and Funding and Masters Fees and Funding pages for the School's International High Achiever’s Scholarship
You might also be eligible for one of the many scholarships managed by the International Office.
At the beginning of the academic year each student will be allocated a member of academic staff to act as his or her personal tutor with meetings regularly during the first year. Tutors take an interest in personal and academic development. He or she can answer queries, as well as offer guidance and encouragement in studies.