Nature of the Collaboration:
- Articulation for BBA or BCom with NTU's BA (Hons) International Business Management (2+1)
- Articulation for integrated 5-year Business management programme with Masters courses at NBS (4+1) (https://www4.ntu.ac.uk/nbs/courses/postgraduate/index.html)
- Articulation (1+1) for all MBA programmes at OP Jindal with Masters courses at NBS (https://www4.ntu.ac.uk/nbs/courses/postgraduate/index.html)
Nottingham Trent University welcomes over 500 visiting students every year. Through our study abroad initiatives, you could spend one or two semesters studying with us either on a fee-paying basis or on an established exchange programme. Find out what study abroad options are available to you if you are interested in coming to NTU.At NTU the individual units you study are called modules. These are sometimes called courses or classes in other universities. Students are normally required to take a full module load at NTU: 60 credits (30 ECTS) per semester or 120 credits (60 ECTS) over a full academic year. Many NTU modules are 20 credits each, however, there are 10, 30, 40 and even full year modules worth 100 credits, depending on your study subject. We recommend that for every 1 credit you should aim to do around 10 hours of independent study. This means that for each 20 credit course, you should be putting in 200 hours of study per semester. Students are expected to attend all the classes and complete all the assessments for each module.
Please consider your module choices carefully and liaise with your home university exchange coordinator to ensure your choices are appropriate for your subject and level of study. Your home university coordinator must approve your module choices. We also advise students to consider a few alternative modules in case first choices are not available due to limited availability, timetable clashes or module withdrawal.
You will normally select modules from the second year of an undergraduate programme. In some subjects, you will be able to choose from level 1 and level 3 modules also, but please ensure that you meet all academic pre-requisites for all selected modules.
Our exchange and study abroad students are taught alongside home and international students taking full degree programmes. Please note that you will not be able to mix modules across different Schools.
The fee model for NTU partners is based on the number of students who study at NTU i.e discounts/scholarships are based on the number of students who will articulate /progress from JGBS into NBS courses.
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) International Business Management Tuition Fees 2018/19
- 1-5 students - £10,965 (15% discount on base fee of £12,900)
- 6-10 students - £10,320 (20% discount on base fee of £12,900)
- More than 10 students - £9,675 (25% discount on base fee of £12,900)
MSc Tuition Fees for 2018/19 (base fee £13,400)
- 1-5 students - £11,390 (15% discount on base fee of £13,400)
- 6-10 students - £10,720 (20% discount on base fee of £13,400)
- More than 10 students - £10,050 (25% discount on base fee of £13,400)
For Exchange & Dual Degree Students:
To enroll on our exchange or study abroad programme you must have completed at least one year of study and be in good academic standing at your home university. Some subject areas, for example art and design, will expect to see a portfolio of work as part of the application process onto particular modules.
English Requirements: IELTS 6.5
If you are applying to spend a semester or year studying abroad at NTU you must ensure you meet our standard English language requirements. Language requirements vary according to which teaching school you wish to take modules in. Erasmus+ students are expected to meet Level B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference for languages. If you are an Erasmus+ applicant of EU/EEA nationality, you do not need to submit English language evidence because your home university will ensure that you are at the required level.
Important Dates & Deadlines:
Nomination deadlines for all courses: 4/30/2018
Application deadlines for all courses: 5/30/2018
- Nomination sent to us by your JGBS.
- You will receive an email with an application form and further application guidance
- You submit your application form and required supporting documents, including your module choices
- If successful, confirmation of acceptance is sent by email with advice about applying for accommodation, visas, etc.
Visa related information:
If you intend to apply for a Tier 4 student visa, you will be required to submit evidence with your supporting documents that you have met our standard language requirements. If you have been nominated via the Erasmus+ programme and are applying to be at NTU for less than 6 months, you may be able to apply for a short-term study visa. If so, we may not require evidence of your English language level.
If you are applying for our fee-paying Study Abroad Programme and do not meet our direct entry requirements, you could come to the University early to study on one of our Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (PEAP) courses. Find out more about visa and immigration requirements and alternative English Language tests accepted by NTU.https://www.ntu.ac.uk/international/study-and-courses/exchange-and-study-abroad/entry-requirements
Housing/Residence and Food Info:
Visit : www.ntu.ac.uk/accommodation
Health Insurance: Yes as part of visa
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