- Before beginning your application, you must read the following Conditions for applying section.
- It will only take a few minutes to complete the application. The application must be completed in one go as it is not possible to save your application part-way through.
- Applications for September 2023 are now closed.
Conditions for applying
Please read and check you have completed the following before starting your application:
- You have read your school/department Global opportunities webpage to check your school/department permits exchange to either the China or Malaysia Campus and you are in the appropriate year of study to apply for Inter-campus exchange as confirmed on your school/department Global opportunities webpage.
- You have researched the appropriate compulsory and/or optional modules for your proposed study abroad period at the relevant host campus.
- You have read the Study abroad finance webpage and researched an approximate budget for your proposed study abroad period.
- You have read and understood the Data Protection information below.
- Applicants who have not achieved an overall minimum of 50% academic average may not be considered unless you have official extenuating circumstances accepted by your school/department at the time of application.
- If you have a physical disability, a long-term medical condition, a Specific Learning Difference (SpLD), e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, a sensory impairment or mental health issues then you should read the Study abroad for disabled students guide and you may also wish to speak with your Disability Liaison Officer in your school/department. The UK campus Disability Support team will liaise with the host campus Disability Support team as appropriate.
Please be aware that study abroad, compulsory year abroad, optional placements/internships and integrated year in industry opportunities may change at any time for a number of reasons, including curriculum developments, changes to arrangements with partner universities or placement/industry hosts, travel restrictions or other circumstances outside of the university's control. Every effort will be made to update this information as quickly as possible should a change occur.
Please discuss with your Study Abroad Academic Adviser which modules you would like to study whilst you are at your destination campus. For more information about courses and programmes offered by UNNC/UNM please refer to ‘Search for Courses’ on the module catalogue. You will be asked to get your modules signed-off after your application has been accepted.
Undergraduate modules (courses) are graded at Year 1, 2, 3 in accordance with the University of Nottingham UK structure.
- Year 1: Qualifying Year: Level 1 modules
- Year 2: Part I: Level 2 modules
- Year 3: Part II: Level 3 modules
| Module level|| Year of study||Example module code showing level|
||Year 2 at the UK and Malaysia Campus
Year 3 at the China Campus
|COMP2048 Algorithms Correctness and Efficiency
||Year at the UK and Malaysia Campus
Year 4 at the China Campus
- The majority of undergraduate exchange students will choose Level 2 modules.
- Please ensure that you select modules of a suitable level. If there is a particular module that you are required to take in order for you to graduate, please ensure these modules are indicated as 'compulsory' on your application. If this module has pre-requisites, students should provide evidence that they meet these pre-requisites. However, please note that a place on a specific module cannot be guaranteed prior to arrival.
- The normal credit load for one semester is 60 Nottingham credits. The normal credit load for a full academic year is 120 credits. All students must take a minimum of 60 credits per semester.
- Exchange students should have modules approved by their home school/department prior to arrival at their destination campus and to be flexible in their selection in case their first choices are not available.
- Please note that the module preferences entered on this form do not constitute pre-registration. There is no guarantee that you will be able to take the modules based on your preferences due to potential timetable clash.
- A timetable clash is likely to occur when you choose modules across different schools and levels, for example, a level 2 Business school exchange student chooses a level 3 International Communications module. On your application, you should indicate whether or not a module is compulsory. If yes, your host campus will prioritise your compulsory module while avoiding a timetable clash.
- Module registration takes place on your arrival at your host campus. Within the first two academic teaching weeks, you will be allowed to make further changes of your module choices upon the approval of your home school or department.
- For language modules please specify the language level (e.g. Spanish 2a). Students who choose a Mandarin module at UNNC will be asked to do an online placement test before arrival in order to place you at a suitable level of language module. For details, please contact the UNNC Language Center.
Information will be provided to you in March 2023, both by email and on either the China or Malaysia Campus exchange Moodle module which you will be given access to, with further information about the supporting documents that you need to submit. Students who have been accepted to study onto Inter-campus exchange by their school/department will be sent details of this meeting by email. You will then need to submit your supporting documents directly to your host campus.
The University of Nottingham is registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner's Office for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The University is committed to ensuring that the personal data of its students is handled in accordance with the principles set out in the GDPR. The personal information you provide in relation to your exchange will be protected in accordance with the GDPR and will be used by the Study Abroad team to determine your suitability for Inter-campus exchange. Your personal information will be stored securely.
The University of Nottingham will not disclose your personal information without your consent unless the University is under a legal obligation to do so. However, should you be accepted, it will be necessary to forward the information entered on your online application to the host campus as part of the nomination process.
Should your application be approved, your name and University of Nottingham email address will also be shared with other UK Campus students approved to study at the same host campus. If you do not wish for these details to be disclosed, please contact the Global Engagement team.
By completing this application it is understood that you have read this statement and agree to the use and disclosure of your personal information as described. Once you have completed your application you may update your personal information if necessary by contacting the Global Engagement team.
Full details of the GDPR at the University of Nottingham can be found on the University's GDPR overview. Please visit Privacy Notices, which explain how we process your personal data and the rights you have with respect to your personal information. Specific information on the purposes for which we process your data and the legal bases for this is available at Privacy information for students and applicants.