Trinidad & Tobago

   
   
Khadija-Trinidad-and-Tobago
 

Choosing to study at The University of Nottingham was the best decision I ever made. Being awarded the Developing Solutions Scholarship has provided me with the opportunity to learn the most up-to-date skills at a world class facility under expert supervision. I have never met a more enthusiastic group of people than my course lecturers!

My love for this university is not only based on its academic profile; Nottingham caters to every leisure activity possible through its diverse student societies. I am having a wonderful time being a member of three ensembles in the Music Society (Mussoc) and can you imagine that there is even a Quidditch and Harry Potter Society? I would recommend that all international students participate in a few of these groups because it is a great way to make new friends who share your interests. So if you are looking for a well-balanced, world renowned university, Nottingham is the right place for you.

Khadija Huggins (pictured)
a former international student from Trinidad & Tobago who studied MSc Molecular Medical Microbiology at The University of Nottingham

 

The University of Nottingham has an estimated 35 students from Trinidad & Tobago studying at our UK Campuses, based on 2012/13 data from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).

The African/Caribbean Society is the Students’ Union’s society for students from Trinidad & Tobago or with an interest in Trinidad & Tobago, and organises social events throughout the year. The African/Caribbean Society also has a Facebook page.

If you want to know what studying at Nottingham is really like, our International Student Life blog is a must-read. Whether they’re writing about societies and support groups, applications and accommodation or shopping and sight-seeing, our international students, from a range of countries around the world, are here to help both current and future students get the most out of your time here throughout your Nottingham journey.

Below is an approximate guide to entry requirements for students from Trinidad & Tobago for admission to The University of Nottingham at the following levels.

  • Foundation

     
    Students who have achieved Caribbean Examinations Council Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) grades 1 to 3 will be considered for entry to our foundation courses. 

    For further information about our foundation options, please visit our undergraduate prospectus.

    Find out how to apply

     

     
  • Undergraduate

     
    We accept students for direct entry to undergraduate programmes who have completed Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) at the double unit level.  We normally require six grade I or II double-unit subjects (depending on the course applied for).

    Students taking A levels or the IB should refer to the online undergraduate prospectus for entry requirements.

    Students taking APs or SATIIs should refer to entry requirements for the USA.

    Find out how to apply

     

     
  • Masters

     
    Class II upper division from the University of the West Indies: where GPA marking is used, we consider 3.0 to 3.49 to be equivalent to an UK 2:1 degree.

    For more information, please see our postgraduate prospectus.

    Find out how to apply

     

     
  • PhD & research

     
    A masters degree from the University of the West Indies will be considered for admission, if awarded on the basis of research and completion of a thesis.

    For all research degrees, we recommend that you make initial enquiries with a potential supervisor or the relevant University of Nottingham school / department before applying.  A research proposal is required when submitting your application. 

    For more information, please see our postgraduate prospectus.

    Find out how to apply

     

The University of Nottingham has an extensive scholarship portfolio, which aims to reward excellence and promote diversity among our student body. Below are a number of our scholarships for students from Trinidad & Tobago. 

Details of all of our available scholarships

The University of Nottingham also works with a wide-range of external funding agencies, who offer scholarships. Please visit our External sources of funding page for more information

Staff from the University of Nottingham make regular visits to countries around the world. Come along and meet us, and we'll be happy to discuss any questions you have about living and studying in Nottingham.

Details of upcoming visits.

For further contact details, please see our International Office Contacts page.

Our overseas representative in the Caribbean is:

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Your International Officer

Lauren Murphy
 

Our International Officer for Trinidad & Tobago is Lauren Murphy.

Use our online enquiry form to make an enquiry about studying at the University of Nottingham.

 

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