At the time of publication of this page, the United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union on the 31st October 2019. Arrangements pertaining to the Brexit transition period and future arrangements between the United Kingdom and the European Union have yet to be confirmed. Information regarding Erasmus funding is subject to change. Please ensure that you obtain the most up-to-date information prior to confirming any arrangements which may be affected.
If you are a full-time UK home undergraduate student applying though Student Finance England and will be studying or working abroad (with less than ten weeks spent studying at Nottingham Trent University), you may be eligible for the following funding:
Tuition Fee Loans
If you are eligible for funding through Student Finance England, a loan is available to cover your tuition fee for your placement and/or study abroad year.
Loans and grants for living costs
Studying abroad/ERASMUS work placements
If you are studying abroad as part of your course, or you are undertaking an ERASMUS study and / or work placement, you should be entitled to the same package of grants and loans that you would get if you were spending the year studying at NTU.
In these cases, you may be eligible to receive the higher 'overseas' rate of maintenance loan:
The following figures are for students who started their course before 1st September 2016
- up to £7,617 per year rather than £6,411 per year in 2019/20
You may also be eligible for a Maintenance Grant/Special Support Grant of up to £3,694.
The following figures are for students who started their course after 1st September 2016
- up to £10,242 per year rather than £8,944 per year in 2019/20
You may also be eligible for an additional means-tested travel grant to help with travel-related costs.
Find out more about the funding available for studying abroad in the following Student Finance England guide:
Overseas work placements (non-ERASMUS)
If you will be spending the year doing a non-ERASMUS work placement abroad (e.g. you are choosing to do your sandwich work placement abroad, but it does not come under the ERASMUS scheme) then the reduced funding available to placement students will apply:
- £2,709 per year in 2019/20
Find out more about the funding available for work placement years in the following Student Finance England guide:
If you started your course at NTU after 1 September 2015 and are receiving the NTU bursary, then this will be paid during a year of study abroad, or during an ERASMUS study and / or work placement. However, it is not paid during non-ERASMUS work placement years spent abroad.
NTU scholarships are only available during years in which the full tuition fee is payable. As such, there is no NTU scholarship available during years of study or work abroad.
Find out more about ERASMUS grants available to those studying and / or working abroad under the ERASMUS scheme.
Other University funding for international travel
Find out about the international travel scholarships offered by NTU.