Information for International Applicants
The University of Nottingham is a global university, with a long tradition and extensive experience of welcoming and supporting students from around the world. Both the University and the course welcome applications from international and EU students.
Before applying, we advise you to check the entry requirements paying particular attention to individual stream requirements. There is information at the bottom of the entry requirements page regarding country specific qualifications. If you are not sure whether we would accept your qualification please contact us.
Natural Sciences is taught and assessed in English so it is important that both international and EU students have a good command of the English language. Details can be found on the entry requirements page.
The University of Nottingham has a strong network of support for international students – from first enquiry through to graduation.
Applying as an international student
Applicants with Additional Support Needs
The University of Nottingham is committed to promoting access for students who have a disability, specific learning difficulty and/or a long-term medical condition. We have more than 1,250 students at the University with disabilities and our aim is to provide a high level of support and guidance from the moment you first enquire to the moment you graduate. We aim to enable students to fulfil the requirements of their courses as independently as possible, and provide a range of services accordingly.
If you have a condition which impacts your studies you are encouraged to alert the University at an early stage, to assist in ensuring provision of appropriate support services. Applicants can do this by specifying a disability code on their UCAS application, they will then be contacted in confidence if further information is needed and advised about the support which is available.
If you have a disability and intend to come on to one of our Open Days, or Offer Holder Events please contact us in the first instance to discuss any particular support you may need for your visit.