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If your application is successful we will give you an offer to study at NTU. Follow this step by step application guide to help you secure a place on your chosen course. The steps are also outlined below. The following video shows you how to accept your offer and upload your supporting documents on the NTU Applicant Portal.
Step 1: Review and accept your offer as soon as you receive it. 'Conditional' offer means there's at least one requirement you must meet before you can be sure of a place on the course. Examples of conditions for international students include English language, providing qualification documents and / or making an advanced payment of £3,000.
Step 3: Upload your documents (transcripts, certificates, IELTS etc) as soon as you can through the My Documents section of the NTU application portal (UCAS applicants can send these by email). We can't give you a CAS (Certificate of Acceptance for Studies) number until you have met all your conditions and have uploaded documents to support them.
Step 4: Plan your accommodation. There's a lot of choice and it's available to book online from March.
Step 5: Make an advanced payment of £3,000 and upload a copy of your passport on the portal (UCAS applicants can send it by email). When we've received payment and all your supporting documents we'll make your offer 'unconditional' which means you have a confirmed place on the course.
Step 7: For your visa application you must show that you have enough money to study in the UK so prepare for this.
Step 8: A really important time for your application is approximately three months before your course starts. This is when we send you a CAS number which you need for your visa application. So in most cases this will be around the end of July, and if your course starts in January it will be around the end of October. NB. We can only send the CAS when your offer is unconditional.
Step 9: Apply for your visa as soon as you receive your CAS from us.
Step 10: Plan your journey to Nottingham with our guide Arriving in the UK. You must plan to arrive in plenty of time for your course induction. Course induction dates are published in August (for September courses) and in December (for courses that start in January).