Institution name
Nottingham Trent University

Nottingham, England

Semester dates
For the majority of undergraduate courses the teaching year consists of 30 weeks, split into three ten-week terms.
Term 1: October – December
Term 2: January – April
Term 3: April – June/August
Academic calendar

For Nottingham Business School:
Fall Semester (September – February)
Spring Semester (February – June)

Important information for exchange students
Please note that this university accepts exchange students for one full year only (two semesters not one), starting in September only (not January).

Courses available for exchange students

Nottingham Business School (Contact the Swinburne Abroad Office for more details) Accounting and Finance, Business (except BA International Business Management (Honours), BA International Business with French/Spanish/German (Honours), Economics (except BA Economics with Business (Honours), Human Resources, Management (except BA Business Managements (1 year in Company/2 year in Company) (Honours) and Marketing Visit Nottingham Business School webpage for more information.
Nottingham Law School LLB (Honours) Law Course only Visit Nottingham Law School webpagefor more information.
School of Animal, Rural and Environmental (All undergraduate courses) Sciences, Animal Science, Ecology, Environmental Science, Equine Science, Food Science (except Food Science and Technology(Honours) – final year top up), Geography, Horticulture (except final year top up, Honours), Veterinary Nursing and Wildlife Conservation (except Wildlife Conservation and Management (Honours) – Final year top up)
School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment (All undergraduate courses) Architecture (except BA Architecture (Honours)), Architectural Design, Civil Engineering, Construction and Surveying, Product Design, Property Management and Development Visit School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment webpage for more information.
School of Art & Design (All undergraduate courses – subject to portfolio) Animation, Graphic Design and Photography, Costume, Theatre, Film and Television Design, Fashion, Textiles and Knitwear Design Fashion Management, Marketing and Communication, Fine and Decorative Arts
School of Arts and Humanities (All undergraduate courses) English, European and Global studies, Film and Television, History, Journalism, Languages, Linguistics and Communication, Media, Philosophy, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
School of Science and Technology (All undergraduate courses – limited to full-year exchange only) Biosciences, Chemistry, Computing and Technology, Engineering, Forensic Science, Mathematics, Physics, Sport Science Visit School of Science and Technology website for more information or download the Science and Technology Exchange Booklet .
School of Social Sciences Criminology, Health and Social Care, International Relations, Politics, Psychology (except BSc Psychology (Mental Health/Educational &Developmental Psychology/Forensic Psychology) Honours), Social Work (except BA Social Work (Honours), Sociology, Youth Justice, Youth Studies

Credit equivalence
60 credits = 50 CP.
Students are normally required to take a full module load at NTU: 60 credits per semester or 120 credits 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.

On-campus housing.
Exchange students who study for the full year at Nottingham Trent University are eligible to apply for University halls of residence, but places cannot be guaranteed.
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