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I have firmly accepted my offer

You've firmly accepted your offer, that's great news. We'll guide you through what's next.

What to expect now you have accepted your offer

On this page:

  • Keep track of your UCAS application
  • Fees and finance
  • Book your accommodation
  • English not your first language?
  • Disability and academic support
  • International applicants    

Keep track of your UCAS application

We know that you will be busy with your studies. However, please make sure your contact details are up to date so we can reach you with key information.

We recommend that you use your personal email address on your UCAS application. This is to ensure you don't miss any essential joining information from us over the summer. 

Find out how to change your email address with UCAS.

If you have any questions about your application, contact UCAS.

Fees and finance

Tuition fees

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.

Book your accommodation

Now that you have firmly accepted your offer, it's a good idea to start looking at your accommodation options.

Accommodation applications

Applications for accommodation are now open.

When you apply. we will ask you to select at least three preferred accommodation options and you will need your UCAS ID. 

We can guarantee you a room in university-arranged accommodation for at least the first year of your course, provided you apply by midnight on Wednesday 31 July 2024 and accept your accommodation offer promptly when you receive it.  See terms and conditions for full details of the Guarantee.

English not your first language?

As part of your offer, you will be required to meet a certain level of written and spoken English. This is so you can get the most out of your course at Nottingham, which will be delivered in English.

Find out more about our English language requirements and the English tests and qualifications we accept.

Not sure you will meet the required level?

Don't worry! Our Centre for English Language Education (CELE) offers pre-sessional courses to help you prepare and meet the required level in English before you start your undergraduate studies.

Explore our pre-sessional English courses

Disability and academic support

If you think you may require extra support during your time at Nottingham, please don't worry. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all students; whether you may have a specific learning difference or physical disability.

Our disability and academic support services

Additional information for international students

International applicants should first read all sections on the below link.

More help with the application process

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