University of Nottingham Malaysia has continuously encouraged me to push beyond my boundaries and be my very best. I applied to learn Civil Engineering but ended up learning much more. As a founding President of the Paintball Club, I have enhanced my management skills along with many other soft skills that aren't course based.
Opportunities to develop my skills and myself to be more independent are important and in UNM these opportunities are abundant. As a student, my education has not been only theoretical but also practical with onsite visits and practical courseworks, this made my education more comprehensive and helps with preparing me to face the industry with confidence and knowledge.
Qussai Swaidan from Jordan, studying BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering
Studying abroad in UNM is a decision I will never regret. I got exposure to various cultures and made friends from all over the globe. Let alone the great education and the eventful student life, the greenery and the campus landscape are so peaceful.
I chose Nottingham Malaysia due to the uniqueness of my course, BSc in Applied Psychology and Management. It blends between the psychology and management aspects which are deemed as an important combination for today's world.
My years in Nottingham are a collection of memories, experiences, and people I would never find somewhere else. I appreciate this experience and it has been very rewarding.
Not limited to the excellent academic experience I enjoyed, Nottingham offered me a variety of extracurricular activities that cater to all interests. I mostly enjoyed organizing events, working with people and polishing my personal skills. My experience has broadened my views and encouraged me to keep on improving myself.
Taiba Hasan Khairalla Mohamed Mohamedi from Bahrain, studying BSc (Hons) Applied Psychology and Management Studies
International Entry Requirements
Foundation entry requirements
Undergraduate entry requirements
Students who have completed an international pre-university qualification such as A levels, IB, SATs (both SATr and relevant SAT subject tests) Australian/Canadian matriculation are eligible for first year entry into a degree programme, and can find the relevant entry requirements by searching for their course.
Students with other qualifications or transferring students may be admitted on a case-by-case basis.
Download the Undergraduate international entry requirements list here.
Postgraduate entry requirements
Students holding degrees from universities in the Middle East may be admitted on a case-by-case basis.
Applying for MPhil/MRes/PhD programmes are slightly different. Students have two routes to gaining admission:
a) Students can pre-apply, by submitting their research proposal and academic transcript to the supervisor of their choosing (find a supervisor by looking through the 'People' tab under the relevant school or department and putting in an application after the supervisor has approved their research.
b) Students who have no preference of their supervisor can put in an application online immediately.
The International Officer for the Middle East is Muhammad Aiman Kamarulzaman.
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