Undergraduate students visiting Nottingham Castle, Nottingham City Centre - November 2021.Izzy Armorgie (blue hair); Mariam Abedraba Abdalla (pink hat) and Dominic Beale (red shirt).

Congratulations on your offer

Now you've received and offer from the University of Nottingham, there's a few tips we think will help as your prepare for the next steps.

We’re so excited to have made you an offer and can’t wait to welcome you to our student community. 

Your next steps

You've got your offer (woohoo!) but what now?

We’ve compiled some handy information to help you plan your next steps and prepare for your Nottingham journey. 

1. Accept your offer - Find out more about how you can accept your offer.

2. Book your offer-holder day - Get to know us better. Come and find out more about your department and course, and chat with staff and students.

3. Choose your accommodation - Explore our range of options to suit you and your budget.

Undergraduate students sitting on the bandstand steps of Nottingham Castle, Nottingham City Centre - November 2021.Jane Israel (striped top); Mariam Abedraba Abdalla (pink hat); Lily Pearce (braids); Elizabeth harding (cream hat); Jade Gattegno (black sweatshirt); 16 Bolusefe Akande (sunflower hat); Ella Moss (short blonde hair); Fearne Darbyshire (curly blonde hair); Emily hay (orange hoodie); Luca Ion (cap) and Dominic beale (red shirt).

Other useful bits...

Check out the additional information below to learn more about life at Nottingham and the resources available to you as an offer-holder.

Virtual tour

From accommodation, to sports centres, to libraries, get a sneak peek into student life at Nottingham.

From left to right: Caitlin Jones (British) - Undergraduate, Alex Murray (British) - Undergraduate, Jess Perry (British) - Undergraduate

Listen to our podcast

Learn what it’s really like to study here! Check out our Notts Going On? podcast, where current students chat about all things Nottingham. 

Wellbeing and support

This is the place where minds aren’t just expanded but protected. We invest £1 million in welfare and support each year. Find out how we can support you.

Undergraduate student meeting with a staff member in Student Support Centre, Queen's Medical Centre, University Park

Fees and finance

Check our tuition fee webpages for full details of our tuition fees, payment dates and policies.

If you are unclear about your fee status please contact us.

Funding opportunities

Our Financial Support team provides information and advice on all aspects of student finance to current and prospective students.

The University offers a number of bursaries and scholarships which are worth investigating and applying for – you could end up with more support than you were expecting.

UK student funding

EU student funding

International funding

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